I talked to Paul Glover today and discussed the year 1995. This was the year Paul found himself on the other side of the law. However, after spending five years in prison, he discovered he had the tools and skills to help others not make the same mistakes. In fact, he knew he could teach them how to navigate the corporate world. We also discuss the changing landscape of corporate America and the workforce. Paul describes himself as a "recovering trial lawyer," an ex-felon, an unabashed Starbucks addict, a Chicago Bears fanatic, the author of WorkQuake™, a speaker on business and leadership topics, and a Member of the Forbes Coaching Council. "I'm the No B.S. Workforce Performance Coach, assisting organizations, Team Leaders and Team to reach their full potential and become high performing."
His book: WorkQuake™ With his distinctive, direct, and oft-humorous approach, “recovering employment attorney” Paul Glover bares his knuckles to present 76 strategies and tips to thrive in the Information Economy in his book, WorkQuake(TM). Paul coined the term WorkQuake(TM) to capture his unique insights and tools to implement organizational change in the knowledge economy. Paul’s writing has been featured in Fast Company, The Business Edge, Vistage, Manufacturing.net, and Industrial Distribution.
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