All in Be Curious / Unique

Which Company Would You Want to Work For?

After reading several leadership articles, Joanna asks what kind of company is best to work for: A) The CEO who clearly believes his people come first but the product isn’t super sexy and maybe not “changing the world,” B) The company is cool as all get out but you might get kicked off the team if you’re not the “A” player they need anymore, or C) The company is enormous and complex, but in its size and complexity you might get the opportunity for a learning opportunity boost.

Maybe the question is "what should you do?" not "what could you do?"

Recent news touts Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement that they’re changing the newsfeed algorithm to “.. focusing on helping you find relevant content to helping you have more meaningful social interactions," a focus, they say, on the community. The New York Times in an interview last Thursday dug a little deeper. Zuckerberg was quoted, “It’s important to me that when Max and August grow up that they feel like what their father built was good for the world,” You know what else I noticed? Facebook’s stock plummeted 5% overnight.

Bespoke Bubbles

Joanna accepted an invitation to a meeting with leading thought leaders that had no agenda and unknown participants. She left pleasantly surprised and came up with two lessons 1. Say yes to undefined opportunities & 2. We have language bubbles that keep the conversation within barriers. As usual, she offers you challenges: take risks and step into someone else's bespoke bubble to learn something new and amazing.