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Mojo or Nojo - Where Are You Living?

Summary: Marshall Goldsmith defines mojo as a positive inner spirit that influences the way people perceive themselves and their surroundings. This characteristic is a common factor among people who are successful and feel good about themselves. By taking the time to determine where you “live” emotionally, especially the meaning and happiness derived from your work, you can improve your mojo. A sidebar article describes Goldsmith’s book on mojo research. More on mojo is available online.

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  • Topics: Change Management, Continuous Improvement, Leadership
  • Keywords: Change strategies, Interpersonal skills, Job enrichment, Behavior modification, Empowerment
  • Author: Goldsmith, Marshall
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation