Last week I had coffee with a learning executive from another organization. We’d exchanged a few messages via social media (which is how we originally met), but this was the first time we were having a face-to-face conversation.
As our conversation unfolded, I kept asking him: “Do you know so and so?” or “Have you read so and so’s work on that topic?” He hadn’t heard of any of the people I was mentioning. It dawned on me that sometimes I assume everyone I interact with is familiar with everyone else I have personally found instrumental along my path to developing my professional skill set.
It’s an erroneous assumption.
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