Once the cash is in the bank, what makes the job you do really satisfying?

Research has shown that for most of us, the ideal job combines meaning – the idea that doing our job makes the world abetter place – with a decent income. The emphasis on one or the other depends on our values, priority, career stage, and individual factors such as our family situation and spending habits. … Continue reading Once the cash is in the bank, what makes the job you do really satisfying?

Why bosses have jobs and leaders build companies

My new post for Challenge Consulting The day you’ve planned and worked for has arrived: you’ve been promoted to manager. You know that your leadership skills are going to be needed in the coming weeks and months, but what exactly are they? Perhaps you’re suffering from ‘impostor syndrome’ ­- the feeling that you aren’t really up … Continue reading Why bosses have jobs and leaders build companies