Nathan Mellor has some advice for corporate America and how they treat their employees: less rules, more character. In this Talk, Nathan looks at companies whose people show up to work and know that their work is a part of who they are.
5:53 Discussion on continual goals: A different way of doing things
7:22 Your job should not define you, but the way you do your job reveals who you are.
7:42 Grandfathers lesson on building a legacy
9:16 Discussion on terminal goals
10:02 Story from Uganda, planning on doing good
10:48 Integrating character into the hiring and promotion process
10:58 People hire for competence and fire for character
11:51 This is what character is and lets catch people doing it right
12:06 36.1 percent of people leave their jobs for lack of appreciation
14:40 Actions reveal beliefs if you desire to change actions you must change beliefs
Nathan Mellor is the president of Strata Leadership, LLC (Strata) based in Oklahoma City. Resources and programs offered through Strata are used in all 50 States and in over 25 Countries. Strata serves an audience of over 400,000 individuals each month. Nathan holds the B.A. and the M.S.E. degrees from Harding University. He earned the M.D.R degree from the Pepperdine University School of Law and the Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University.Nathan and his wife Christie were married in 1997 and have two daughters. You can read articles from Dr. Mellor each month in Character First the Magazine. He serves on the Board of Directors of Wishing Well and the 111 Project.