The World is changing at an ever-increasing rate, data continues to get bigger, demands keep growing and we are asked to do more with less. The trend to apply quick fixes and canned approaches is merely adding complexity, waste and risks to the equation. The path we are currently on is plagued by Deadly Practices leading us down a slippery slope to catastrophic consequences! It's time we stop blaming others and complaining about our problems, and start making a positive impact on the things within our control.
“There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently
that which should not be done at all.”
This is why T.A. Laser is searching for others to join her on the journey to better. Better means developing leaders who will lead beyond best; simplifying, standardizing and strengthening our organization's foundations; and building cultures of success. Doing so won't be easy and will not happen overnight. It will take the curiosity, courage, confidence and commitments of many to impact positive change. Are you in?!?
The one constant in Tabitha's life and career to this point has been change – One might venture to say it has been a tad Nomadic in nature. Throughout her life, and professional career, she has moved twenty-one times, served as a leader for eight different corporations, consulted for dozens of organizations, and coached and mentored thousands of professionals in various roles, industries, and geographic locations. Whether the changes happened unexpectedly or purposefully, she believes every step along her path has provided her with the knowledge, experiences and tools necessary to be where she is today.
This consistent state of change has afforded Laser the opportunity to learn from some of the greatest minds in the World and experience what good, not-so-good, and just-plain-awful looks like. Along the way, she has been collaborating with industry leaders and technical experts to understand common challenges leaders face, test possible solutions, and evaluate approaches to tackle many of the common problems that have continued to cripple organizations for decades.
After 25 years in leadership roles, Tabitha realized she would need to change her approach if she wanted to make a bigger impact, so she took a leap of faith and began the most challenging journey of her life!