After experiencing a life-altering event while he was still in college, Joe Caruso decided to commit whatever time he had left to spending five hours per day, five days per week, studying life.
Joe began to systematically collect and analyze his findings based on research and study of the greatest philosophers, leaders, and psychoanalysts of all time, as well as religions, myths, and ancient cultures and societies.
In response to the radically changed world of today, Joe is offering his daily, weekly, and monthly thoughts and comments to this new community in an exclusive way never done before.
Part of being a good leader is knowing that things are bigger than you. But what does that mean for how we choose to handle these challenges? On the flipside, it's also important to assess your own self-worth. This applies whether you are a new leader or someone who has been leading teams for years. After all, how we see ourselves is the most quintessential part of leadership.
In this week's episode, Denise Cooper interviews author, business advisor and speaker, Joe Caruso. Listen in to hear his take on how leaders can close the gap between who we want to be and who we are. Joe brings his lifetime of expertise to help organizations and leaders change the way they see themselves -- and in turn, the way they think about markets, products and services. Joe has learned this change in thinking drives new behavior and allows organizations to sharpen focus and reach greater levels of success.
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It’s no secret that employee resignations are at or near all-time highs. In fact, figures released in January show that 4.5 million people voluntarily left their jobs in November. This is 3% of the nonfarm workforce — a record, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Not only that, the war for talent will continue, as...