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Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

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Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter
http://www.prateek-mathur.com/2017/12/ProjectManagementLeadNow.html

Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

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Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter
http://www.prateek-mathur.com/2017/12/ProjectManagementLeadNow.html

Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter

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Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter
http://www.prateek-mathur.com/2017/12/ProjectManagementLeadNow.html

Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter

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Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter
http://www.prateek-mathur.com/2017/12/ProjectManagementLeadNow.html

Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter

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Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management
http://www.prateek-mathur.com/2017/12/ProjectManagementLeadNow.html

Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter

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Growing Old vs Growing Up - The Need for New #Leaders!

In corporations, age is often used as a justification to resist change in the status quo. Thus, a refusal to mature with time and not welcoming new leadership, is commonplace.
However, just as in our lives, age is nothing more than a proof of survival. While survival indicates fortitude and endurance, it neither tells the story of the state of management (akin to “quality” of life) nor is it an omen of things to come, pertaining to the health of the company.
This is an important distinction for young leaders to understand as, both the lure and the ease, of falling for the status quo, could be dangerous.

#LeadNow #BlogchatterProjects #Amwriting #Blog #Amreading #Leadership #Management

+Team Blogchatter
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