Fit,” that amorphous notion describing how well we meld with a team or company’s culture, is consistently listed as an important element by Millennials when discussing why a position is a good one or not. While I understand that chemistry in the laboratory is an exact science, it’s more an art form in the workplace.
I learned this the hard way. When I was in my thirties, I figured out that bad fit was affecting my outlook and my happiness and, most importantly, my bottom line. Fit is now an important business filter through which we view all potential employees and potential clients. After “only take a client if someone other than Lee is interested in the work,” rule number two in client ...