How to be more effective by planning for your enemies' inevitable efforts to undermine you.
We'll say it again: when you look up at the executives at the top of your firm, what you call politics, they call collaboration. Politics do more than exist - they often drive change. You better be really good (and you're not, consistently enough, trust us) to ignore the vagaries of your organization's politics.
And part of politics is that even the sweetest of us have enemies. Jesus had enemies, for Heaven's sake. So, what do we do about them?
This Cast Answers These Questions
- Why do I need to think about potential political enemies?
- How can I identify who they are?
- Do I need to work against them?
- How can I get what I want and not make things worse?
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