That’s when I realized that there are many people who still don’t purchase their radio experience. They listen to local radio. These are some of the same people who argue that they don’t have time to learn social media, to read a blog, to learn a new tool or technology.
I found a fascinating info-graphic yesterday that not only captured many of the cultural highlights of 2012, it also attempts to predict what trends will be in 2013. It makes me wonder what potential people implications these could have for organizations.
The people who really are the “rockstars” are often the least likely to toot their own horn. The people that constantly tell everyone how great they are or how many things they accomplish are often the ones who are doing so in order to cover the fact that they are living a lie. Their performance can be sub-par and they overcompensate to hide that they are insecure or less productive.