Wouldn’t you like to work at a company whose “C” suite includes a “Chief JOY Officer?”
Rich Sheridan's Joy, Inc. told the story of how his tiny software company in Ann Arbor, Michigan achieved success and renown by embracing offbeat culture and human-centered values.
In Chief Joy Officer, he turns his attention from culture to leadership, and draws on his experience running Menlo and consulting elsewhere to offer a wise, provocative guide on how anyone can build leadership capacity for joy within their own organization.
Part of a successful job search includes having the discernment to say “NO” when offered an opportunity that is clearly not a good fit. To do that well ,we need to know ourselves and what environments, teams and leadership styles work best with us.
At do-over.me, we can help you learn about yourself, so that you will have the confidence to realize when to say “Yes” and when to say “No.”