Finding Happiness and Meaning at Work
Are you achieving the business succcess you want, or do you feel that you could be doing even better? Maybe you don't have your mojo. Mojo is the moment when we feel we’re ‘on a roll’, firing on all cylinders, and everyone around us senses it. Everyone can benefit from learning how to get Mojo, how to keep it, and how to get it back if you lose it. Get your mojo, sign-up for the webinar today, listen anytime.
You will learn:
- What Mojo is and why it’s so important to your success.
- What happens when there’s nojo instead of mojo in your life.
- How to recognize mojo or nojo in yourself and others.
- The characteristics of mojo and nojo in the way you work.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Marshall Goldsmith is a world authority in helping successful leaders get even better – by achieving positive, lasting change in behavior: for themselves, their people and their teams.
Marshall has been ranked as #14 of the Top 50 Thinkers globally. Major business press acknowledgments include: Business Week – most influential practitioners in the history of leadership development, Wall Street Journal - top ten executive educators, Forbes - five most-respected executive coaches, Economist (UK) - most credible executive advisors in the new era of business and Fast Company - America’s preeminent executive coach.
Dr. Goldsmith’s Ph.D. is from UCLA. He teaches executive education at Dartmouth’s Tuck School and frequently speaks at leading business schools. He is a Fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources (America’s top HR honor) and his work has been recognized by almost every professional organization in his field. In 2006 Alliant International University honored Marshall by naming their schools of business and organizational studies - the Marshall Goldsmith School of Management.
Marshall is one of a select few advisors who have been asked to work with over 100 major CEOs and their management teams. He is co-founder of Marshall Goldsmith Partners, a network of top-level executive coaches. He served as a member of the Board of the Peter Drucker Foundation for ten years. He has been a volunteer teacher for US Army Generals, Navy Admirals, Girl Scout executives, International and American Red Cross leaders – where he was a National Volunteer of the Year.