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5 Things to be Thankful for in a World of Constant Change


Tablet pc with text Thank You with blue backgroundWe are living in a world of constant change and undefined challenges that often drive us crazy.  As we embrace this new world of work, let’s be thankful that we can:

  1. Have the opportunity to continue to learn everyday and stay relevant and involved. Even though it may be difficult, it provides the opportunity for great personal growth and professional development.

  2. Appreciate the value of being involved in high-level critical thinking and problem identification – skills that were often reserved for the executive level. 

  3. Experience the excitement of being continually challenged to keep our brains fully engaged, relevant and expanding (versus being stuck in the routine where our brains can go stale and our skills become obsolete).

  4. Create completely new solutions to new-age business problems that directly contribute to the competitive advantage of our enterprise and shape the future.

  5. Elevate our business thinking to see the impact of our work as it drives value creation and growth acceleration.  That is why we come to work, isn’t it? 


Never before has the future held so many opportunities.  With that positive paradigm, we at Phoenix Strategic Performance wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. Join our LinkedIn group to tell your fellow business community what you are thankful for this year.

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Posted by Joanne Flynn

Joanne Flynn

Joanne T. Flynn heads up the human capital advisory group, Phoenix Strategic Performance, Inc. Previously, she was a Managing Director with Phoenix Group International and was Vice President / Director of Global Learning and Development at Goldman, Sachs for nine years. Joanne works with organizations as they face global growth and competitive challenges. She works with her clients to be both externally focused and internally responsive. With her unique background, she aligns competitive strategic efforts with related internal organizational leadership challenges. With the benefit of her career-long focus, Joanne contributes the unique insight of aligning strategy to internal organizational structure and process. She focuses on human capital relative to strategic initiatives, accelerated business growth, value creation, and business development. Joanne holds a Master of Arts degree in Business Management from the University of Oklahoma. In addition, she holds a double degree major in History and German from St. Elizabeth University, as well as certificates from a variety of leading universities and professional training and development organizations. Joanne has recently published her latest book, Accelerating Business Success, The Human Asset Management Strategy.

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