True? Neither do we like people who simply are talking about what they could do nor do we like people that are too actionoriented. Again: It’s all about the balance of thinking, speaking, doing (and of course we dislike people demanding this balance). However Martin Hilb describes the role of employees within a company in his book Integriertes Personal-Management (Luchterhand) and speaks about human co-entrepreneurs as employees with „a cool head, a warm heart and working hands“.
- rare bird/fish: develops only visions without action = illusions
- inner resignation: people without any ambition (work-to-rule)
- grey mouse: works furiously without knowing why
- human co-entrepreneur: high social competence, high responsability in decision-making and high organizational skills.