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Making Work Human : How Human-Centered Companies Are Changing the Future of Work and the World
by Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine




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How do you keep your employees engaged, creative, innovative, and productive? Simple: Work human

From the pioneers of the management strategy that's transforming businesses worldwide, Making Work Human shows how to implement a culture of performance and gratitude in the workplace--and seize a competitive edge, increase profitability, and drive business momentum.

Leaders of Workhuman, the world's fastest-growing social recognition and continuous performance management platform, Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine use game-changing data analytics to prove that when a workplace becomes more "human"--when it's fueled by a culture of gratitude--measurable business results follow. In Making Work Human, they show you how to:

  • Apply analytics and artificial intelligence in ways that make work more human, not less
  • Expand equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives and strategies to include a wider range of backgrounds, life experiences, and capabilities as a step to end systemic social and racial injustice
  • Use recognition as an actionable strategy to create a more socially connected, inclusive culture--especially critical during a global pandemic when employees are working remotely

"The qualities that make us most human--connection, community, positivity, belonging, and a sense of meaning--have become the corporate fuel for getting things done--for innovating, for thriving in the global marketplace, and for outperforming the competition," the authors write.

By building a sense of belonging, purpose, meaning, happiness, and energy in every employee, you'll create a profound connection between your organization and its goals. And Making Work Human provides everything you need to get there.

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    Overview

    How do you keep your employees engaged, creative, innovative, and productive? Simple: Work human

    From the pioneers of the management strategy that's transforming businesses worldwide, Making Work Human shows how to implement a culture of performance and gratitude in the workplace--and seize a competitive edge, increase profitability, and drive business momentum.

    Leaders of Workhuman, the world's fastest-growing social recognition and continuous performance management platform, Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine use game-changing data analytics to prove that when a workplace becomes more "human"--when it's fueled by a culture of gratitude--measurable business results follow. In Making Work Human, they show you how to:

    • Apply analytics and artificial intelligence in ways that make work more human, not less
    • Expand equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives and strategies to include a wider range of backgrounds, life experiences, and capabilities as a step to end systemic social and racial injustice
    • Use recognition as an actionable strategy to create a more socially connected, inclusive culture--especially critical during a global pandemic when employees are working remotely

    "The qualities that make us most human--connection, community, positivity, belonging, and a sense of meaning--have become the corporate fuel for getting things done--for innovating, for thriving in the global marketplace, and for outperforming the competition," the authors write.

    By building a sense of belonging, purpose, meaning, happiness, and energy in every employee, you'll create a profound connection between your organization and its goals. And Making Work Human provides everything you need to get there.


       

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      • ISBN-13: 9781260464207
      • ISBN-10: 1260464202
      • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
      • Publish Date: September 2020
      • Page Count: 304
      • Dimensions: 9.1 x 5.9 x 1.2 inches
      • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds


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