How to rehumanize the workplace in an increasingly isolating world
● An intriguing piece of work which addresses contemporary issues around workplace fatigue and our au carrant inability to interact with one another through beneficial and conceptual means
● Exploring the damaging technological characteristics of the 21st Century workforce
● A compelling piece of work that suggests modern technological enhancements have developed the production of the work, but deminished the compassion in the workforce
● A resourceful tool which offers strategies and initiatives to implement healthy corporate management and good authentic relations amongst employees
- Publisher: LID Publishing
- ISBN: 978-1-912555-28-4
- FORMAT: 216 x 138mm
- Bookbinding: Demi Paperback
- Number of pages: 152pp
About the author
Amy Bradley is a researcher, writer, TEDx Speaker, facilitator, corporate trainer and academic. In her work, she helps individuals, teams and organisations to improve their performance by foestering kinder, happier, healthier and more engaged workplace environments. She is particularly interested in the concept of post-traumatic growth, that is to say, how difficult experiences in our personal lives, such as critical illness or bereavement, can profoundly shape who we are and how we lead.
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