A note from Jodi Glickman, Founder and CEO of Great on the Job
“I am not OK with OK, and few learning leaders are. And yet, our workplaces are filled with mediocre employees who are OK, but who could be great. They are bored, disengaged, afraid to express their ideas or ask for help because they lack the strategic communication skills they need to succeed.
I aim to do nothing less than unleash the power and passion of the workforce. I want everyone to be able to communicate strategically, effectively and persuasively at work—to share their ideas and energy fully—to love their jobs. Empowering your workforce through strong communication skills and strategies has the potential to energize your teams, save precious resources, and retain talent.
From my journey from the Peace Corps to Goldman Sachs’, and everywhere in between, nothing has proven to be more effective to getting the job, or being great on the job, than learned and honed communication skills. That's my vision for how Great on the Job can change people, change cultures, and change the workplace.”
— Jodi Glickman