Mastery Still Matters: The Case for Working Hard, Consistently

By Marty Fukuda Mar 09, 2017

There is no emphasis on mastery these days. 

With many young professionals quickly jumping to the next bigger, better job opportunity, it's no longer common for people to work the consistent hours necessary to reach the level of mastery. What's worse, most workplaces do little to promote the concept. 

What leaders may fail to realize are the impactful benefits that come with having team members strive for higher standards, for perfected skills. As COO, I've realized this firsthand.

I tackle this subject in my latest Entrepreneur Magazine article, offering three tips for leaders to transform workers into masters:

  1. Recognize continued improvement in performance, not just accreditation.

  2. Provide continuous learning opportunities for your team.

  3. Lead by example.
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