Dr. Alan Patterson featured in an interview with Karen Mangia by Authority Magazine.
Karen, Vice President of Customer and Market Insights at Salesforce, and Alan, Chief Executive Ladderburner, dive into the meaning of success – including common myths and misconceptions. They also explore five ways to 5 Ways To Redefine Success Now
Check out a sneak peek of their interview here:
Success is a pursuit, not an endpoint. It’s finding meaning and purpose by having the autonomy to do the type of work that brings you joy. It means engaging with interesting and interested people, doing something collectively that makes a mark on the world. These motivators come from within, far different and more rewarding than external motivators like pay and promotion.
We are a “doing” culture. We pride ourselves on getting the right answers. The new theme should be one of “discovery.” Employees want engaging work, which means organizations must reset their values and culture to discover what is important to the workforce. Capture that engagement, you’ll capture the market.
Give Alan Patterson’s “How I am Redefining Success Now” a listen:
About Authority Magazine and Karen Mangia
A Medium publication devoted to sharing in-depth interviews, featuring people who are authorities in Business, Pop Culture, Wellness, Social Impact, and Tech. Karen Mangia is one of the most sought-after keynote speakers in the world, sharing her thought leadership with over 10,000 organizations during the course of her career. As Vice President of Customer and Market Insights at Salesforce, she helps individuals and organizations define, design and deliver the future.
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