Corporate Culture and Self Actualization
Not everybody on your team is going to be super successful. Not everyone is going to be a unicorn. But that shouldn’t stop you from wanting it to happen, at the very core...
This is an old cartoon of mine, dating from circa 1994.
The original was small, 4” x 6”; I was already starting to shrink my preferred format down to my now-familiar “cartoons drawn on the back of business cards”.
It’s amazing how strange and sad sleeping alone feels, if you’re not used to it. Yes, it’s part of life, yes, we’ve all been there.
That doesn’t mean it’s not very, very painful.
But that’s what I’ve always liked about cartoons. Complex emotions, simply drawn. That’s what I still try to do twenty years on.
[This was orignally sent out earlier today in the newsletter etc.]
To say that there’s a connection between customer well-being, employee well-being, and company well-being is hardly new. What IS new, is a term that my business partner and co-founder, Jason Korman, first coined: EmploymentUX. ...
When you’re in business, you’re perpetually looking for a positive outcome. This could be more money, more innovation, more sales, more clients, more publicity, whatever. And though positive outcomes are helpful and lovely,...