option 2Too often employees at all workplaces are “just there” and rarely get the opportunity to share personal thoughts about their views on the world-of-work. Think about it. What if you were assigned the task of preparing a special NEWSLETTER for all of your co-workers to see for this week… what would you say?

Well, I believe it is important for everyone to think about this type of assignment. And just to help give everyone a few ideas about how you might answer the “What’s MY NEWSLETTER?” question… I thought a special TOP 10 may be in order!

  1. Would you compliment the product/service quality of your organization?
  2. Would you highlight problem personnel issues?
  3. Would you discuss concerns about the lack of communication in the organization?
  4. Would you indicate that too many people know too little about what your group does?
  5. Would you brag about what you all have accomplished in the last year?
  6. Would you offer ideas/innovations that could enhance product/service growth?
  7. Would you write testimonials from co-workers about feeling valued?
  8. Would you compliment or complain about leadership?
  9. Would you talk about ways to recruit people to fill workplace vacancies… because you care?
  10. Or would you decline the offer to complete the “What’s MY NEWSLETTER?” assignment because you are unaware, afraid or just don’t care?

The “What’s MY NEWSLETTER?” task is a unique form of self-analysis/self-evaluation.  And it just might help you with some insight to improve workplace challenges!

You can send me YOUR Newsletters… just for fun.

About Inspiring Innovations, Inc.

Marv Pichla is currently the owner and Creative Advisor for his own small business, Inspiring Innovations, Inc. Sharing his unique experience with entrepreneurship and innovation in public service, Marv consults with public and private business, education, and community organizations to develop new and different problem solving methods through real-life example-based learning. Prior to starting-up Inspiring Innovations, Inc. Marv served as Executive Director for Thumb Area Michigan Works! As Executive Director, Marv used public sector innovation as his guide for the organizations regional career development, employment service, education and strategic planning initiatives. Finally, Marv was raised on a farm in the Thumb Area of Michigan where he claims he received the education principles he values most. However, he obtained his Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Center Michigan University in Public Administration and eventually his Ph.D. from Capella University in Minnesota. Marv can be reached at:

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