Last week, we finished up our summer entrepreneur spotlight series. Today, we are beginning a book tour.
Over the next few episodes, we will be interviewing experts who have written books in the last couple of years. These authors are top thought leaders who want to share exciting information and wisdom with all of us.
Today’s guest author is Scott Behson. Scott is the author of the highly anticipated book The Whole Person Workplace. In this book, he brings expert insights into why now more than ever it’s vital for management and leaders to view employees as whole people. He also explains the importance of focusing on the “human” in human resources and developing robust, flexible, and compassionate workplace values that support a business’ greatest partner: its employees.
If you want to become a better leader, become more intentional, and drive change in the world, tune in to hear this incredible conversation with Scott.
In this episode, you will hear:
Scott’s career journey. Where the title The Whole-Person Workplace came from. What’s missing in many organizations today. What happens when leaders honor their employees as whole people. How to reshape your thinking to adopt these principles. Why culture change can be so difficult and take so much time. The financial impact these changes can make on your organization. The importance of active listening and empathy as a leader. Subscribe and Review
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The Whole-Person Workplace: Building Better Workplaces through Work-Life, Wellness, and Employee Support
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