Bored at work?

Dan Cable, author and psychologist, states that boredom at work may be a symptom of our neurological wiring rather than intrinsic to our work itself.


For reflection alone or together: 

Cable talks about how "scaling up" can remove the meaning and the curiosity of work replacing it with repetitive and tedious tasks. He also describes how smaller, cross-trained teams allow for greater engagement and thriving at work. 

What is the culture of your work environment? 

Does your team embody curiosity and role-blurring? 

Next week: Letting be and letting to

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