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The future is more human than ever before

With a strong background in their respective fields, both authors provide a compelling body of work that explores how leadership must operate in this new age of business innovation.

Challenges traditional business models with new ways of corporate insight, that benefit the employer through greater production revenue.

Suggestive of damaging uniformative human development and its repercussions for business capital.

A statement to the power of value and quality, which have left the true art of business.

Book Details

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-911498-84-1

FORMAT: 216 x 138mm

Bookbinding: Paperback w/flaps

Number of pages: 240pp


AUTHORS

Sudhanshu Palsule is an educator at Duke Corporate Education and other global business schools, as well as a consultant and leadership coach. He lives in the US.

 

 

 

 

Michael Chavez is the CEO of Duke Corporate Education, and his research and writings focus on ‘rehumanzing’ leadership. He is both a British and American citizen and lives in the US.


REVIEWS

Human beings crave purpose. And what’s true in our personal lives can be equally true in our businesses. That’s why this book is so urgent and important. Rehumanizing Leadership makes a powerful and compelling case for improving performance by infusing organizations with greater empathy and meaning.

Daniel H. Pink, Author, When and Drive

Successful and thriving businesses are defined by their ability to adapt to the changing environment. We all need the headspace to consider the world around us and the limitations imposed by our traditional ways of managing. This book is a practical and timely reminder of societies’ new expectations of business and how to go beyond simply managing them to actually building a sustainable and purposeful business as a result.

Shayne Elliott, Chief Executive Officer, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd

As leaders face unprecedented levels of complexity, excavating or recommitting to purpose is of enormous value. Rehumanizing Leadership offers a compelling blueprint for deeper consideration of purpose ― for both leaders themselves and for the organizations they lead.

Kevin Cox, Chief Human Resources Officer, GE

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