Category Archives: self-management
The Great Work Provocations book has launched! Enjoy my video below to learn more about it or buy it here.
Here are two articles that caught my eye this week. (See the link at the end to join the conversation on LinkedIn.) Are you in this time zone? (MST … it’s not what you think) This is a lovely short … Continue reading
You’ve probably noticed that this past week has been the week of the Great Work MBA. 25 amazing speakers, 10 smart business people debriefing the conversations, more than 9,500 people signed up to take part, and me running around like … Continue reading
One of the cool things you gain access to when you pay for access to the entire Great Work MBA conference is a series of really wonderful “sketchnotes” – an abridged version of various talks. (If you’re interested, there is … Continue reading
Here are two articles for Twofer Tuesday, the first on how to be a generous skeptic and the other on the price we pay for chronic tiredness. (See the link at the end to join the conversation on LinkedIn.) It … Continue reading
Today is the last day of the Great Work MBA (use the hashtag #GreatWorkMBA to follow along on Twitter) conference. And, we have Josh Kaufman, Peter Sims, Ben Jensen, Eric Klein and Brené Brown lined up. It’s not too late to register! Day 2, on the … Continue reading
Bad Meetings. Awful Presentations. Terrible Workshops. Most professionals expect to be bored. You likely hold a faint hope that you’ll get just one or two useful things from a day of training. However, every meeting can and should be genius. … Continue reading