When No One Cares

I find myself saying this over and over lately.  Former colleagues from businesses past trucking along, feeling like they’re simply pushing paper around from one side of their desk to the other, with no clear objective in sight.  When I hear these tales of boredom, semi-depression, and frustration, I continuously seem to say “This is what happens when no one cares.”

Make no mistake about it.  As the man or woman in charge, If you don’t give your employees a reason to care, a rallying cry of some sort, of any sort, then no one will give a sh!#t.  And when this happens, forget about about being a good company, much less a great company. When this happens, start to figure out how to divest as soon as possible, because it’s only a matter of time until the tipping point is reached.


~ by lschwartz on April 5, 2013.

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