Is it more engaging to be a full-time worker, a part-time worker, a virtual worker, or a gig worker?
According to the study, the most engaging work status is to have one full-time job and one part-time job.
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Reprinted by permission of Harvard Business Review Press. Excerpted from Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader’s Guide to the Real World by Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall. Copyright 2019 One Thing Productions, Inc. and Ashley Goodall. All rights reserved.
About the Author
Marcus Buckingham is a bestselling author and global researcher focusing on all aspects of people and performance at work. During his years at the Gallup Organization, he worked with Dr. Donald O. Clifton to develop the StrengthsFinder program, and coauthored the seminal business books First, Break All The Rules and Now, Discover Your Strengths. He designed the StandOut strengths assessment completed by over one million people to date, and authored the accompanying book, Standout: Find Your Edge, Win at Work. He currently heads all people and performance research at the ADP Research Institute. Nine Lies About Work is his ninth book.
Ashley Goodall is the Senior Vice President of Leadership and Team Intelligence at Cisco Systems. In this role, he built a new organization focused entirely on serving teams and team leaders – an organization combining learning and talent management, people planning, organizational design, executive talent and succession planning, coaching, assessment, team development, research and analytics, and performance technology. Prior to joining Cisco, he spent fourteen years at Deloitte, where he was responsible for Leader Development and Performance Management
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