Tag Archives: Wake Up & Shake It Up
Posted on03. Aug, 2010 by Jason Moore.
Jason Moore partners with organisations to help them produce exceptional growth through extraordinary performance. He is also an author, workshop facilitator and coach. Jason blogs his thoughts on making work a better place to work at www.newrulesofwork.com. Follow Jason on Twitter @newrulesofwork. Jason wrote this blog post for our “Wake Up & Shake It Up” blog [...]
Posted on22. Jun, 2010 by Alejandro Reyes.
Today we invited Alejandro Reyes to share a video message about love and leadership. Alejandro is a passionate person about people. When I first met Alejandro he asked me, “Shawn, what are you passionate about?” Alejandro gets people and living a passion-driven life. He’s authentic and that comes through in his video message. I hope [...]
Posted on17. Jun, 2010 by Monica Diaz.
Monica Diaz is the author of “Otheresteem: Regaining the Power to Value Others”. A tireless explorer of ways to help people discover themselves and their potential, Monica speaks, coaches and trains globally. She also loves to write extensively about human and organizational development. She lives in Mexico with her three sons and talented husband, Rubén. [...]
Posted on15. Jun, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
Your feedback has been amazing. The insights shared have people buzzing. This amazing thing that has people buzzing is the Wake Up & Shake It Up blog series. It’s a month long journey exploring leadership actions intending to bring optimism back to the workplace. How? By challenging you to shake up how your show up [...]
Posted on08. Jun, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
This is the second of 14 special blog posts in the Wake Up & Shake It Up Blog series. We’ve got 12 guest bloggers. Today I share my thoughts… I need you to do one thing before you read any further. I need you to silence the skeptic voice in your head. I’m asking you [...]
Posted on07. Jun, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
I find inspiration in all types of music. And that includes Bon Jovi. I’m a proud fan. I share this not to share my rocker tendencies in my music tastes, but to set up a quote from one of the band’s songs, “We Weren’t Born to Follow:” “How will you raise your hand when they [...]
Posted on05. Jun, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
We are living in extraordinary times. Indeed there are horrors attached to the statement: BP oil debacle; Toyota’s inability to overcome their pride; Massey Energy’s litany of mine safety issues. Each of these horrors is linked, in part, to leaders who failed to step up and lead their people. And what’s worse is that the [...]