Welcome to Work Feels Good
Decades of experience in the world of work, and his own research, have shown Tom that,
- Discovering work that is uniquely right for each of us, and then contributing to wellbeing through our work, is a deeply meaningful working life
- Focusing leadership development on leading in critical moments propels organizations forward
- Everyone can learn the valued skills needed to be successful in any large organization
Making work meaningful
Making our jobs meaningful, or finding new meaningful work, is one of the most difficult things we’ll ever do. Why? It’s difficult because we’re surrounded by influential forces that tell us what work is most important, most responsible, and most meaningful. Those forces set our expectations about work and limit our choices of work.
We need to free ourselves from these forces if we are to create our own, deeply meaningful working life and contribute to wellbeing through our work.To read more, download a free, fully referenced guide to deconstructing meaningful work and check out the Work Feels Good blog.
Leadership in critical moments
After decades of integrating his military and corporate leadership experience, Tom Morin began helping other leaders succeed in their own critical moments.
When being good enough is not enough, you’re in a critical moment. Critical moments demand the most from leaders. Although leaders need to function effectively in their routine leadership tasks, they must excel in critical moments if organizations are going to thrive.
Building the skills to succeed
There are three categories of behavior that contribute to organizational disfunction: organizational dissent, anti-social behavior, and unskilled behavior. Most organizations have very little dissent or anti-social behavior, but many people have not mastered the skills needed to get stuff done and be successful in large organizations. Many of these skills are discussed in the Work Feels Good blog and Tom teaches them in his workshops.