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Good Work: Aligning Skills and Values (Wired to Connect: Dialogues on Social Intelligence Book 3) (English Edition) von [Gardner, Howard, Daniel Goleman]
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Develop the skills to create a joyful and engaging work life

Discover how self-reflection and living your values can revitalize your career.

Learn to identify and create environments that nurture Good Work.

Many of us seek Good Work – work which is excellent, personally meaningful, and ethical. Our challenge is to forge these elements into a rewarding, profitable career. In this spirited dialogue, Daniel Goleman and Howard Gardner give us the tools to do just that. Dr. Gardner’s research, insight, and expertise into Good Work help us turn our ideals into reality, and connect who we are with what we do.


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  • Verlag: More Than Sound; Auflage: 1 (25. April 2012)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Goleman & Gardner: A Scintillating Conversation on Good Work 31. März 2013
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If you are an admirer of Daniel Goleman and/or Howard Gardner, or interested in emotional-social intelligence and altruism as it applies to work, you will relish this candid conversation on a topic of interest to most of us who work: good work. Ideally, it is work that we love, which benefits others, and contributes to our community and world.

In this hour long conversation, Daniel Goleman and Howard Gardner discuss with facility and agility the many aspects of good work. It's a topic which is Gardner's most recent research project. He teaches classes on it. Gardner believes good work involves three E's in its aspects: ethical, engagement and excellence. His students in Asia suggested a fourth E: empathy. There are three tests for good work, says Gardner. Good work fits values, is excellent, and brings joy.

Goleman asks many intriguing questions surrounding good work in all of its manifestations. They are the kinds of questions you would like to ask Gardner. For example, what advice do you give someone starting out in their career? What about social entrepreneurship? What about people who are just getting by financially - can they be involved in good work? What makes philanthropy effective? What does good work mean in higher education? How do you pass on good work to the next generation? How would you design a program to teach and encourage good work?

I especially appreciated the advice Gardner gives to those starting out their career life. He thinks they should ask themselves: What do you really like to do and spend your life doing? What do you get a kick out of? Who are mentors - people you admire? And he recommends that you go to the companies where you think you'd like to work and see if there are people like you there. Is it a culture you feel at home with?

In my class on career assessments at NYU, learned there are values, interests and skills sorting cards which you prioritize into your top 10 cards for each category. This exercise is another practical way to answer the questions Gardner find helpful. These top 10 values, skills and interests bring tremendous clarity on what matters to you, what fascinates you, and what skills you enjoy using. The combination will suggest a path to explore.

I really loved Gardner's creative question regarding who do you admire? Your answer may indicate the kind of person you want to grow into, or associate with, in your work. This is an excellent indicator of what life work and contribution you want to be involved in, and even what skills you might want to employ. If you admire writers and artists, it may suggest you will want to write and create in your work. One career adviser told me that if your vocation doesn't include one of your top favorite skills, find a way to use the skill outside of work. You'll be a happier person, and feel more fulfilled, if you use all of your top 10 skills and pursue all of your top 10 interests among the multitudes out there.

It's obvious in listening to this conversation that Goleman and Gardner respect and enjoy each other, which translates into joy in listening to them. Gardner's work on multiple intelligences sparked Goleman's thinking on social and emotional intelligence which has become mainstream. In listening to them, you feel like you're a special guest sitting by a fire in a cozy sitting room with them as they explore a topic they both love. I was impressed with the range of their thought. They are remarkably good speakers - didn't hear one um or uh the whole hour - and they seem passionate about this topic. The world certainly needs more good work, in all of its facets. This is an excellent and engaging conversation that admirers of them will appreciate - good work!

* Was provided a copy of this conversation for review
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