Greg Hoy is the CEO of the growing design firm Happy Cog who wrote about finally giving in and participating in his company’s annual peer review process for the first time. The results? He kind of sucks.
If having your boss write a public journal entry where he discusses his shortcomings has ever been a dream of yours — and I know it’s been a dream of mine — you might find this very satisfying. Perhaps too satisfying.
“Bob,” he says. “If you stay late tonight to work, you can order dinner and expense it.”
This morning I was in a meeting where my boss projects his laptop on a screen and discusses stuff with the team. At one point he switched to a browser to show us something on the web. There was text in his Google search bar: My name. Why?