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“Eye of the beholder,” has a special meaning to me on many levels. In my youth, I was first introduced to this philosophical enigma through the music I listened to, where beauty wasn’t always the chosen theme; freedom of speech, expression, and their ramifications were common topics to ponder. I guess these in and of themselves are also in the eye of the beholder.
If the featured image for this article were worth a thousand words, I will summarize their purpose here in my interpretation: what one sees might only be the tip of the iceberg, and even that is up to their interpretation. To add to this point, what one hears (and feels, smells, tastes, etc.) is also up to interpretation. Think about what you experienced at work last week. Sound familiar? We all work on teams where pieces of data are distilled, turned into information usable for the issue at hand, and ultimately bringing about wisdom to on and make your business better as a result.
Still liking these idea[l]s? If so, keep reading my other blog entries for more examples of my views on topics interesting or particularly impactful to me. I welcome your comments and active discussion, respecting that of other contributors. Considering these, I think we’ll all be at our best, on our way to getting even better.
Michael Stanislawczyk is a seasoned technical professional having many years experience providing custom IT solutions and ITIL process for many companies in industries ranging from banking, to healthcare, to transportation, entertainment, and OC nonprofits – to name a few. He has extensive leadership training -both provided in a professional classroom setting and self-study environments where his passion for creating highly-effective work teams is put into practice.