Whether you are a working mom like me or a SAHM, I think this article does a great job of pointing out the obvious. It’s amazing how we learn things and children and then forget or unlearn them as adults.
By Sue Brady
Robert Fulghum wrote a book in 1989 called: All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. (You can buy it here). It was so simple and easy to read that it became a sensation virtually overnight. And that was before the Internet! To date he has sold over 7 million copies of his book, and it is the inspiration for this blog post.
Here’s what Fulghum says he learned and how I think it applies to the workplace (all book quotes used with author’s permission):
1. ‘Share everything.’ It’s important to share your industry and/or company and/or product knowledge with other employees. Why? Because it helps people trust you and might help them succeed. Don’t hold back. If someone asks you a question, answer it honestly. Be a mentor. There has probably been a time in your career when you…
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