With time on my hands, have time to read and digest newsletter from business coach. The basic message is that if you have fun at work, you will inevitably do it well and if it isn’t fun, you shouldn’t be doing it.
Hmm. Quite challenging to "have" fun with company where middle-management are performing so badly that it drags you down to rock bottom everyday and where same group also seesaw between ineptitude, arrogance, aggression and depression.
I long to get back to the working day being fun. I have no problem with the concept that both myself and ASecond-in-Charge would perform better under those circumstances – and probably our direct office staff as well. The big question is: for how long do you give poor-performers a chance