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After 30 years working with managers and employees alike, we are more convinced than ever that people don’t grow because of beautifully-completed forms, well-followed processes, gleaming checklists or annual IDP deadlines.
In recent weeks, I’ve read a lot about the challenges facing Uber and other Silicon Valley firms as they struggle to become less toxic, more inclusive and fairer to their workforce. Unfortunately, company cultures rarely change from a few key position changes or the ceremonial sacrifice of a leader.
What is strange is how my work life mirrors my childhood. For years, I always thought that I had stumbled into consulting as a career. I had planned to go into medicine when I graduated college, but in a strange series of personal plot twists found myself working independently for a variety of companies. However, as time as gone on, I’ve realized that my career has suited me far more than I could have expected.