Joseph Civitella

Joseph Civitella, PhD, is a life-long student of metaphysics – the quest for truth, meaning and purpose – and is an ordained minister in the International Metaphysical Ministry. He operates the School of LifeWork (www.schooloflifework.com).

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Discernment of Life Calling — Excerpt 12
9 months ago
CHAPTER 2: The problem with training and development Section 2: Custom-designed or custom-assigned? The learning potential of employees can be actualized in many ways outside the confines of organizat...
Discernment of Life Calling — Excerpt 11
9 months ago
CHAPTER 2: The problem with training and development Section 1: The fallacy of top-down training The problem with training and development in an organizational setting is that it’s usually conducted i...
Discernment of Life Calling — Excerpt 10
10 months ago
CHAPTER 1: The problem with regular jobs Section 8: The myth of full-time, permanent jobs The incontrovertible reality of corporate life (at least in the private sector) is that “full-time, permanent ...
Discernment of Life Calling — Excerpt 9
10 months ago
CHAPTER 1: The problem with regular jobs Section 7: Right sizing or wrong results? In an effort to safeguard the bottom line as much as possible, many corporations began the process of resizing themse...
Discernment of Life Calling — Excerpt 8
10 months ago
CHAPTER 1: The Problem with Regular Jobs Section 6: Bottom line or higher purpose? At the end of the day, the bottom line delineates between the gains made in a company and the losses it endures. Too ...
Discernment of Life Calling — Excerpt 7
10 months ago
CHAPTER 1: The Problem with Regular Jobs Section 5: Job descriptions or job prescriptions? In support of the raison d'être of performance appraisals are documents known as “job descriptions.” These pu...