When asked what loving what they do would mean to other aspects of their life, the majority of people surveyed say - - boost my confidence and give me joy - it would have a positive impact on my health - my family life would thrive Does this resonate with you? Do you think pursuing [...]
As some of you may know, I am running a survey to learn makes people happy at work. Today I had a response from someone who is 75+ years of age - clearly someone with a lot of experience that we can all learn from. His responses tell an interesting story: - a successful career [...]
In a recent survey, I asked people what a successful career means to them. Some of the options people could select included making money, loving what they do and receiving recognition. The response which received the least number of votes was having an important job title. Do you agree? Does an important job title like [...]
I know a lot of us have gotten global experience whilst never leaving home...thanks in large part to technology. ...so I was pleasantly surprised when survey responses indicated that more than 50% of us have worked overseas for at least a year! This surely has a positive impact on exchange/flow of ideas, broadening perspectives and [...]
Yes that's right. The responses to a survey indicate that a third of us end up in our current role by a process of flow rather than by design. How do we feel about this? Are we OK that with going with the flow, or would we prefer more control?
Of the people surveyed and asked the question how you would know what you love to do for work, these are the responses so far:- 5 in 10 say through a process of trial and error- 3 in 10 say by coming to the realisation by chance- 2 in 10 say by a sense of [...]