Stop sabotaging your success
We spend so much time hoping and planning to be successful in our work, but unfortunately many of us end up sabotaging our own, and our organization’s, success. This session will detail some sources of our sabotage and suggest ways to avoid these traps.
Paul C. Godfrey is a Professor of Strategic Management, Senior Research Fellow and Associate Academic Director of the Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance. His work on Corporate Social Responsibility as insurance continues to be cited and used by other scholars and practitioners. His work has appeared in the top management and strategy journals, the Academy of Management Review and the Strategic Management Journal. His current research focuses on self-reliance and eliminating global poverty in the lives of individuals and families. Paul currently has a book in production on the subject with the Stanford University Press, and his article on the informal economy was the most downloaded article from the Annals of the Annals of the Academy of Management for 2011.