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Why don’t we talk about this? Leadership takes time. Everyone is busy, but leaders have an extra responsibility to inspire their teams and help them become independent. And, every leader needs to dedicate time to developing future leaders. For sure leadership is a way of being all the time, but actually being someone’s leader in-the-moment takes time.
Ever regret sending an email? Bad emails are a workplace and business relationship killer. Today, doing business and getting things done in any organization largely requires us to create and maintain relationships by email. Within any organization, resources are limited and the best communicators are likely going to get those limited resources.
If our working lives cause us to feel strong emotions—joy, anger, comfort or anxiety—then we are getting a measure of our life’s meaning from work. The stronger those emotions, the more meaning we need from work. In this fully referenced, free guide, Tom Morin provides a unique perspective on our world of work. That perspective is informed by his academic research, his consulting practice, and his decades of organizational experience.
Some of the most popular pages on the early version of workfeelsgood.com were the World of Work pages. And one page, Defining the World of Work, was particularly popular. Tom Morin has revised much of the content and presented it in A Guide to Deconstructing Meaningful Work, but the videos from the original pages are still helpful. During the summer of 2019, we’ll being editing the text on these older pages to align it with the guide.