A book that simply and clearly explains how to build an awesome workplace culture and support both employee and leader wellbeing.
â—Ź Based on short lessons that leaders can dip in and out of.
â—Ź Brings clarity to keeping people motivated, and advice about staying resilient and well in a chaotic world.
â—Ź Tackles the issues at the heart of organizational wellbeing to change leader behaviour.
â—Ź Essential reading for leaders and HR professionals dealing with improving wellbeing and engagement.
Natasha Wallace is founder and chief coach of Conscious Works, an organizational wellbeing company. As a former HR Director, Natasha left her job having reached burn out. It led her to recognize that there are two fundamental things getting in the way of people staying well at work — self knowledge and self care. She set up her company and wrote her book, The Conscious Effect, to help fix that problem. She now ‘inspires a well world of work’ coaching and advising leaders and their teams to create healthier and happier workplaces through a greater focus on wellbeing and its connection to high performance.
Author: Keiron Sparrowhawk
- Publisher: LIDÂ Publishing
- ISBN:Â 9781910649756
- FORMAT:Â 216 x 138mm
- Bookbinding: paperback w/ flaps
- Number of pages: 256
Per Wimmer, Owner of Wimmer Financial, Wimmer Family Office andÂ WimmerSpace.com, is releasing his book The Green Bubble this November. The Green Bubble offers an analysis of the current financial bubbleÂ being created in the energy sector, by governments subsidizing renewableÂ energy investment. He argues that these investments are not sustainable, andÂ makes a case for investment in gas and, controversially, nuclear power.
Alongside the pressure to reduce greenhouse emissions, there is a challengeÂ to find new, renewable energy sources. Many of the current ideas, WimmerÂ argues, are politically driven. The book also offers an engaging and intelligentÂ analysis of the different energy issues that the world is facing, and howÂ politics has led us in the wrong direction.
Author: Per Wimmer