According to Gallup, approximately two-thirds of the US workforce is not engaged. Simply put, these employees are going through the motions. I refer to these individuals as “Zombies in the Workforce.”
Posts Tagged: purpose
How do you diversify yourself through your work-life balance and maintain your passion for your job?
Some guideposts on how to know if you are fulfilling your life’s purpose at work.
By answering these four questions, you are on your way to finding what truly is important to you.
Bob Tiede (@bobtiede) writes on leadership at his website, www.leadingwithquestions.com. On his list of ten questions leaders need to ask themselves, Bob has this nugget about change: “When is the last time I abandoned a program?” Yikes! That is a tough one for us govies. We are skilled at identifying problems and developing solutions, whichRead… Read more »
It’s that time of year again! The next two days we’ll be blogging from GovLoop and YGL’s Next Generation of Government Training Summit. Follow along @NextGenGov and read more blog posts here. “I recently spoke at a conference and was asked to speak about how to make government sexy again…and I can tell by lookingRead… Read more »
Since our schools don’t teach this stuff, this is what the conventions are all about. This week and next, Americans will conduct the most intense stage in the presidential election process. The 2012 Republican National Convention is in progress in Tampa, FL until Thursday, August 30 and the Democrats will convene in Charlotte, NC fromRead… Read more »
One of the best presentation that captures artist’s idiocy to become highly skilled contributor to society defeating all economic prudence – transcendent purpose. Working for any public office must be this – Transcendent Purpose and Highly Creative.
A few months ago I came across the work of an intelligent, generous human being in Silicon Valley named Rajesh Setty. He is doing some interesting work at a new site, TH!NKSULTING. I appreciated his recent answer to a question that was posed to him, “I am planning to write a book. Can we brainstormRead… Read more »