Leadership Lesson: Lack of context in any situation can hold us back, and everyone involved can lose out if it’s not provided—or considered.
If we’re the one taking in information without the proper context, we might miss the bigger picture. If we’re the one providing the information, not providing the proper context can cost us what we want.
The influence for this post was a career preparation event I attended a few months ago at the University of Hartford. I was part of a panel taking questions from students pertaining to hiring and what should and shouldn’t be included on a resume or in a student’s demeanor or presentation when trying to make the best impression with possible employers.
One question that came…