Tom Morin was nearly killed twice at work, and then a third time trying to escape unfulfilling work: he was shelled in the former Yugoslavia, just missed being chopped in half on a drilling rig, and survived oxygen deprivation high on a mountain in Peru.
His last brush with death forced him to critically examine his own working life, and compelled him to help others do the same. Tom inspires his audiences, readers, and clients to make work meaningful and lead in critical moments.
Leading in critical moments
When being good enough is not enough, leaders are in a critical moment. Leaders must excel in critical moments if organizations are going to thrive.
After more than thirty years of military and corporate leadership experience, Tom Morin began consulting, coaching, and speaking to help other leaders and organizations recognize their own critical leadership moments.
Click here to read more about Tom’s proven approach to leadership development and leadership team alignment that prioritizes the unique context of your organization and the unique challenges faced by your leaders so you can count on everyone to succeed when it matters most.
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Making work meaningful
Everyday, influential forces tell us what work is most important, most responsible, and most meaningful. They set our expectations about work and limit our choices of work.
Freeing ourselves from these 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, contributing to wellbeing through our work becomes our greatest motivation to succeed.
Tom Morin writes and speaks about making work meaningful. In his first book about work, based on his challenging and dangerous working life and his years of consulting and coaching, 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.