A Place to Shine: Emerging from the Shadows at Work
A Place to Shine reminds us that change is more than applying the latest quick-fix program. This book is timely as a new social contract is being negotiated between people and the organizations they work for. It provides a unique combination of human spirit theories with practical real-life experience.
Offers a new vision for happiness and fulfillment in the workplace.
Combines theory with practical experience.
Teaches us how to explore the human side of business and to connect in the spirit of caring.
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