Speaker: Work Shouldn~t Mean Checking Your Values At The Door
Source: University of Notre Dame
For many people, clocking into the workplace every day means checking their personal passions at the door. Earning a paycheck would seem to have little to do with their values or ideas about what makes life worth living. Mark Albion found himself in that position back in the early 1980s. He had great career success: At the age of 31, he was a Harvard professor and one of the foremost experts in consumer branding. Some of the largest corporations, including Procter & Gamble and Coca-Cola, sought his consultancy advice, and paid him well to provide it. He appeared on shows including "Nightline" and was profiled on "60 Minutes."