Bring Work To Life By Bringing Life To Work
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📒Bring Work To Life By Bringing Life To Work ✍ Tracy Brower
✏Bring Work to Life by Bringing Life to Work Book Summary : Organizations accomplish results when they powerfully engage employees and capture their discretionary time. This is more important than ever during this period where employees are facing unprecedented time poverty. Technology has blurred the lines between employees' work and personal lives, and they are faced with the challenges of successfully navigating and integrating work and personal demands. When organizations provide the right benefits, policies, and cultural practices, they win and they serve employees in the process. Using examples and real-world experiences from senior executives and employees, author Tracy Brower shows readers the importance of work-life supports and how they lead to more engaged and fulfilled employees. Bring Work to Life by Bringing Life to Work is your go-to guide to work-life support, providing easy-to-read strategies for building and implementing your organization's strategies to harness work-life supports, increasing positive impact to your bottom line.
📒Bringing Your Soul To Work ✍ Alan Briskin
✏Bringing Your Soul to Work Book Summary : Presenting a "fine blend of spirit and practicality" (Peter Block), the authors detail useful strategies for finding meaning at work by tapping into the deeper realms of the soul and spirit.
📒Babies At Work Bringing New Life To The Workplace ✍ Carla Moquin
✏Babies at Work Bringing New Life to the Workplace Book Summary : Written by the president of the Parenting in the Workplace Institute, Babies at Work is the first book to explain the transformation that occurs when babies can come to work with their parents for the first several months of life. Babies at Work explains why well-structured baby programs are highly successful and describes the dramatic benefits that more than 1,300 babies have brought to more than 115 organizations to date. Testimonial: "Ms. Moquin addresses a highly pertinent topic and is a pioneer for business leaders and parents. Her expertise and research highlight an important way for organizations to find and keep top employees and contribute toward making themselves great places to work. This concept makes solid business sense and I would recommend this as "must-read" material for any Human Resources executive and every business owner." Deborah Driskill, CEO, CDG & Associates, Winning Workplaces national finalist; Working Woman Regional Recipient - Best Company to Work For
📒Bringing Life To Completion ✍ Edward Cell
✏Bringing Life To Completion Book Summary : In our quest to live a worthwhile life --one we can affirm with a whole heart --we experience much about life that we cannot affirm. This confronts us with the question of whether there is something about life that can take us beyond its times of loss, heartache, and emptiness, and bring a flourishing that endures. No one can answer this question for another, of course, but we have much in common about the fundamentals of life and whatever answer we achieve will grow out of what we learn from one another. I have written in this spirit, drawing on what I have learned from others, especially in teaching philosophy, religion and psychology, working with those who are dying, bearing the loss of people I have cared deeply for, and centering my life in times with friends and family that have brought deep meaning, courage and delight. Whatever flourishing we achieve will depend, in part, on fate--all the physical, social and psychological things that happen to us and that may work for us or against us. This is especially likely to be an important side of our final stage of life. Our well-being, though, will also be a matter of how we engage life. Some of this will be influenced by how we deal with whatever psychological problems life has brought, but this book focuses, rather, on the creative, life affirming uses to which we can put our basic human powers. There are two fundamental perspectives --those we can think of as secular and transcendental--by which we in the West have been helped to experience this affirmative feeling for life. I explore both perspectives for the insights they have to offer and ask what it is about life, for all of us, that can make possible new meaning, greater intimacy, and deepened belief.
📒Work In Progress Bringing Human Values Back To The Workplace ✍ Frank Mertens
✏Work In Progress Bringing Human Values Back to the Workplace Book Summary : The world came to a tipping point in 2016, when Donald Trump was elected president of the United States of America. A man who has incited racism, hatred, sexism, and more is now the leader of the free world, but we should not be overly surprised: The same cutthroat values are being promoted at companies everywhere. Frank Mertens, a seasoned global marketing executive who has worked at some of the world's most admired firms, challenges these values in this commentary that promotes bringing the healthy ideas we teach our children at home to our workplaces. Looking at the cultural dynamics influencing society now, and the aspirations of the next big working generation, the author focuses on two themes that will help guide our efforts on the job: security and purpose. Join Mertens as he examines how we've lost our way in the workplace over the past sixty years, why the stakes are so high, and what we can do to rediscover our shared humanity in Work, In Progress.
📒Managing Work Life Balance ✍ David Clutterbuck
✏Managing Work life Balance Book Summary : Work-life balance is one of the most important issues facing employers and managers today. Employees at all levels are no longer willing to trade their quality of life in order to get a decent standard of living. Managers can no longer afford to ignore the costs that the long-hours culture imposes on their organisation. Overwork causes stress-related absenteeism, poor retention levels, low creativity, appalling customer service and unethical employee behaviour. Combine that with the risks of being sued by a stressed employee or a parent who wanted to work flexibly, and the business case for paying real attention to work-life issues has never been stronger. This text sets out the roadmap for moving your organisation towards a positive work-life culture. With clear and practical advice for HR and line managers alike, Managing Work-Life Balance shows you how to engage employers, managers and employees in the process of controlling the inherent conflicts between the worlds of work and home.
📒We Believe In The Holy Spirit ✍ Joel C. Elowsky
✏We Believe in the Holy Spirit Book Summary : This volume offers patristic comment on the first half of the third article of the Nicene Creed. Readers will gain insight into the history and substance of what the early church believed about the Holy Spirit and his work.
📒Fathers And Mothers Dilemmas Of The Work Life Balance ✍ Margret Fine-Davis
✏Fathers and Mothers Dilemmas of the Work Life Balance Book Summary : At the risk of sounding frivolous, there is a good case to be made for the argument that women constitute the revolutionary force behind contemporary social and economic transformation. It is in large part the changing role of women that explains the new household structure, our altered demographic behaviour, the growth of the service economy and, as a consequence, the new dilemmas that the advanced societies face. Most European countries have failed to adapt adequately to the novel challenges and the result is an increasingly serious disequilibrium. Women explicitly desire economic independence and the societal collective, too, needs to maximise female employment. And yet, this runs up against severe incompatibility problems that then result in very low birth rates. Our aging societies need more kids, yet fertility levels are often only half of what citizens define as their desired number of children. No matter what happens in the next decade, we are doomed to have exceedingly small cohorts that, in turn, must shoulder the massive burden of supporting a retired baby-boom generation. Hence it is tantamount that tomorrow’s adults be maximally productive and, yet, the typical EU member state invests very little in its children and families.
📒The Life And Work Of Rudolf Steiner ✍ Guenther Wachsmuth
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📒Take Your Soul To Work ✍ Tanis Helliwell
✏Take Your Soul to Work Book Summary : Arguing that how a person works is just as important as what they do, the author brings spirituality back into the workplace, showing readers how to reinvigorate their work lives by bringing values and spiritual practices into the office. Original.