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Three days a week we’ll email you a super insightful illustration that tells a story about the world of work. The emails cover topics like company culture, design thinking, leadership strategies, creating better functioning teams, enhancing patient experience, etc. They are designed to give you insight into working smarter and being more connected to why you do what you do. We also feature guest posts once a week from thought leaders around the world. People who enjoy the daily are most often senior leaders in business, healthcare execs, entrepreneurs, and academics.

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sustainable movements; Veterans Day 2020

Veterans Day 2020

By David Essman | November 11, 2020

  To honor our troops this Veterans Day, we made a little ebook of famous quotes on the nature of heroism. Because that’s what Veterans are. The …

What do you believe in?

By David Essman | November 9, 2020

  Belief is a funny thing. It seems so simple, but it makes an enormous difference to your outcomes in life. Do something without belief, …

culture of empathy; kindness is also contagious

A Virus Worth Spreading

By David Essman | November 2, 2020

When trying to understand human behavior, the temptation is to reduce everything down to selfish, rational transactions. But that’s only part of the story, of …

designing a high purpose culture

Which hill are you going to die on?

By David Essman | October 29, 2020

  Who doesn’t love Shake Shack? If not the best burger chain in America, there’s certainly none better. The great thing is, it didn’t start life …

culture design

Is your brand viral ready?

By David Essman | October 26, 2020

    It’s the marketing story of the year: A random guy, Nathan Apodaca, posts a Tik Tok video of himself riding a skateboard, lip-synching …

organizational culture

Are you a pawn?

By David Essman | October 24, 2020

  Chess pieces. Lovely things, what’s interesting is that they’re actually based on the reality of ancient warfare. Pawns. In the Greek Phalanx, because the …