No one knows your leadership challenges better than you.
No one cares about your work more than you.
Develop leaders who succeed in critical moments.
Make your work meaningful.
Leading in critical moments
Every year, North American organizations spend nearly $20 billion on leadership development. Research shows that, in spite of this spending, 30% to 70% of leaders fail in their roles. Research also shows that the number one failure of leadership development programs is a lack of context.
A lack of context in leadership development means leaders are not being taught the leadership behavior relevant to their unique roles in their organizations.
Leadership development provided by someone from outside of your organization will always lack context. At best, most external leadership development only helps leaders be good enough in their routine leadership tasks.
But when being good enough is not enough, leaders are in a critical moment. Critical moments demand the most from leaders. Leaders must excel in critical moments if organizations are going to thrive.
After decades of integrating his military and corporate leadership experience, Tom Morin began helping other leaders and organizations recognize their own critical leadership moments and succeed when it mattered most.
To work with Tom, please contact him directly.
Making work meaningful
Making our jobs meaningful, or finding new meaningful work, is one of the most difficult things we’ll ever do. 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.
Freeing ourselves from those forces is the first step toward creating our own deeply meaningful working life. Once free, we can discover the work that is uniquely meaningful to each of us. Then, understanding how we can contribute to wellbeing through our work becomes our greatest motivation to succeed.
Tom Morin has had his own challenging and dangerous journey through the world of work. In his first book about work, Tom shows how we can shake-off the cultural stereotypes about work and create the working life that is uniquely right for each of us.
Tom Morin writes, speaks, coaches and consults about the things many people struggle with most: making work meaningful and leading in critical moments. To work with Tom or have him speak at your next event, please contact him directly.