Let’s face it, the world of work is changing. Who does what at a company isn’t what it used to be.
And that’s okay.
The outsourcing of jobs, responsibilities, and skillsets beyond the core capabilities of a company is an efficient way to get things completed. Bringing in talent specific to a function is a great way to maximize people power. It is a way of ensuring everything in a company gets done and done well.
Our guest today knows what it is like to have to navigate a variety of organizations and their numbers from the back office to the boardroom.
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Our guest today, Todd Drake, has overcome some tremendous obstacles and thrived on the other side. He is the president and owner of Todd Drake Diamonds. A veteran of the corporate world, he got away from the grind and helped his family in areas where he was trained, to help them take their business to the next level. A competitive athlete, too, Todd enjoys a great game of baseball when he can pry himself away from his business.Post Views: 374
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Sociologists and healthcare professionals often say that the dynamic roles people play in relationships form a drama triangle. Each of us can, and has, claimed one or more of these roles in our lifetime. Understanding how to overcome these challenges is critical in learning how to interact with others and in living the life you want.
My guest today has found her way through the drama triangle and lived to tell about it. Let’s talk with Rachel Graham about her journey.Post Views: 148