The change you seek to be, the change you create, is your most important asset. THIS is story that matters most. Try out these three ways of measuring the Return on Engagement of your impact story. And remember, regardless of how many hits, clicks or new clients your story produces, keep on planting the seeds of change!
Our unmet expectations, desires, and needs cause us to be triggered. Most times our reaction is simply avoidance. But what if instead of running away, we stepped up, shook hands with our triggers and thanked them for showing up? Learn how to put your triggers to work for, instead of against you!
Have you ever told a colleague you loved them? Most likely not. It’s unprofessional. It could even be misconstrued as harassment or at least a little sketchy. Research shows that a loving, caring, compassionate work environment leads to more job satisfaction, less burnout and even fewer sick days. Doesn’t it make sense then that loving collaborative groups would garner the same kinds of results? CNL partner, Jodi Clark, puts forth bold ideas about making love the new norm in the workplace.
People embrace big challenges eagerly all time: we pick up and move for new jobs or opportunities, get married, have children, and do adventure sports. Why then do so few organizations tap into this natural, creative force-for-good of individuals at work? Jennifer Simpson, Generative Council member and partner at Conversant, is embarking on a two-year journey to look at how organizations can shift away from the death-and-dying approach to “change management” by tapping into energy-giving resources. What change story can you share with her?
Don’t let the to-do list tragedy of generic content be your story. Be intentional, meaningful and strategic about the content you create to attract people to you and your personal brand. Learn how to define your “clothesline” and easily discern which stories should see the light of day.