Category: Leadership Development

Next Jump Co-CEO Update: October 2016

Our Co-CEO’s (Meghan Messenger and Charlie Kim) have created a monthly newsletter that we share with our staff and family, but also friends of the company (including past Leadership Academy attendees).  It includes a sampling of many things happening, summing up as part of our larger mission in changing workplace culture. ================================== NxJumpers + Family &

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Frogman on the Roof: How a missile destroyer ship is shaping its culture

Next Jump’s mission is based on a simple idea: leverage our technology, people, learnings and resources to transform people’s jobs and lives at companies across the globe. We boil this integrated strategy down into a universal formula: Better Me + Better You = Better Us. The following is a guest post by Nick Woolf, a Next

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Next Jump Co-CEO Update: September 2016

  Our Co-CEO’s (Meghan Messenger and Charlie Kim) have started up a monthly newsletter that we share with our staff and family, but also friends of the company (including past Leadership Academy attendees).  It includes a sampling of many things happening, summing up as part of our larger mission in changing workplace culture. ================================== NxJumpers +

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The Power of Not Feeling Alone at Work: Talking Partners

When I first moved from Next Jump’s headquarters in New York City to our Boston office, I was tasked with reorganizing our Network Operations team. It was one of the most lonely experiences I have ever encountered. I ended up choosing to replace a more experienced individual (who I believed to be the wrong fit from

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A Radical New Model for Unleashing Your Company’s Potential

In most organizations, nearly everyone is doing a second job that no one is paying them for – namely, covering their weaknesses, trying to look their best, and managing other people’s impressions of them. There may be no greater waste of a company’s resources. The ultimate cost: neither the organization nor its people are able

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