The modern workplace, a culture-driven product of the digital era, has spawned the need for businesses to rethink their organizational structure. From a productivity and engagement perspective, traditional managerial techniques are creating inefficiencies in workflow and depleting workplace morale. When disentangling the characteristics of a sound business management model in this new generation, one crucial theme prevails: Leadership.
Let’s face it, everyday work life is a jumble of emotional highs and lows. And despite my incessant prayers to the Broadway gods, my colleagues and I have yet to randomly burst into a perfectly synchronized rendition of Hairspray’s “You Can’t Stop The Beat.”
Disappointment aside, contagiously jubilant protagonists like Tracy Turnblad are prime examples of the power of positivity.