Some workplace virtues are not as beneficial as they seem. Jake Breeden talks about the pitfalls and the duality of some of those workplace virtues that seem helpful at first but cause more harm than good in the long term. Jake also discusses the best way to avoid those unintended consequences by discussing the positive and negative of each workplace virtue and how to find their right balance
Jake Breeden is one of Duke Corporate Educationâ€™s most active faculty members. Breeden has taught leaders in 27 countries. He has also taught for the Association of National Advertiserâ€™s School of Marketing and as an adjunct professor of marketing for UNCâ€™s Kenan-Flagler Business School. Over the past ten years he has completed additional research and teaching in leadership, culminating in the book, Tipping Sacred Cows: Kick the Bad Work Habits That Masquerade as Virtues.
For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars:
To learn more, read these AMACOM Books:
*101 Project Management Problems and How to Solve Them, by Tom Kendrick, PMP
*Identifying and Managing Project Risk, by Tom Kendrick, PMP
*The 8 Practices of Exceptional Companies, by Dr. Jac Fitz-enz