Fb2 Meaningful Workplaces: Reframing How and Where we Work ePub
by Neal E. Chalofsky
|Subcategory:||Business and Work|
|Author:||Neal E. Chalofsky|
|Publisher:||Pfeiffer; 1 edition (May 24, 2010)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1928 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1252 kb|
|Digital formats:||mbr mobi txt rtf|
Chalofsky's Meaningful Workplaces models do a great job of reframing the discussion about work and values. He provides excellent examples of organizations that have made measurable and sustainable strides in achieving "integrated wholeness" in today's competitive environment.
Chalofsky's Meaningful Workplaces models do a great job of reframing the discussion about work and values. I found it both practical and insightful. - Kimo Kippen former Vice President, Center of Excellence, Marriott International, former Chair, ASTD Board of Governors, and Executive in Residence at Catholic University. Dr. Chalofsky captures the essence of what motivates people to work.
How we measure 'reads'.
Chalofsky, Neal, 1945-Meaningful workplaces : reframing how and where we work, Neal Chalofsky. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-0-470-40300-6 1. Work environment. C427 2010 65. '8-dc22 2010003896. Printed in the United States of America. HB Printing 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. CONTENTS. Preface About This Book Acknowledgments Introduction: Reframing the Nature of Work. SECTION ONE. Meaningful Work.
Book Publishing WeChat. Agamenon R. E. Oliveira, A History of the Work Concept: From Physics to Economics (New York and London: Springer, 2014). 2010) Meaningful Workplaces: Reframing How and Where We Work. John Wiley & Sons, New York.
Anyone who has a position of leadership in your organization should read Meaningful Workplaces. From the CEO to the front-line manager, this book will change the way people think about work. It is truly a must read for people creating the workplace of the future. - Paul Butler, Managing Director and Founder of GlobalEdg (recently retired - Director Global Learning and Organizational Development, Proctor&Gamble/Gillette) "Meaningful Workplaces is a must-read for today's workforce.
Chalofsky, Neal, 1945-. The elements of meaningful work Bringing your whole self to work The meaning is in the work itself Work-life balance: managing the tensions The elements of a meaningful workplace Values-based organizational culture Social responsibility as part of a values-based culture Employee engagement and commitment : the "so what?" question Reframing the nature of the workplace Integrated wholeness at the individual and. organizational levels
Finding books BookSee BookSee - Download books for free. Meaningful Workplaces: Reframing How and Where we Work.
Finding books BookSee BookSee - Download books for free.
"Meaningful Workplaces is a must-read for today'sworkforce. It sagely advises organizations how to create culturesthat provide a sense of belonging, a feeling of trust, caring, andshared celebration."-- Dr. Peggy Dolet, Director of Human Resources, American Societyfor Engineering Education
"Chalofsky's Meaningful Workplaces models do a great jobof reframing the discussion about work and values. He providesexcellent examples of organizations that have made measurable andsustainable strides in achieving "integrated wholeness" in today'scompetitive environment. I found it both practical andinsightful."-- Kimo Kippen former Vice President, Center of Excellence,Marriott International, former Chair, ASTD Board of Governors, andExecutive in Residence at Catholic University
"Dr. Chalofsky captures the essence of what motivates people towork beyond material gain. Grounded in decades of organizationalresearch and practice, it is a source that can be trusted. I highlyrecommend this book to students of organizational studies, companyleaders, and people seeking answers to the questions of what ittakes to create and sustain meaningful work and humaneworkplaces."-- Dr. Susan Gayle, Chief Administrative Officer, PromontoryInterfinancial Network, LLC
"Chalofsky's experience and expertise shine through as he takesreaders on a journey about how?humanistic organizations lead toincreased joy, passion, learning, personal growth, highperformance, and bottom-line success. This excellent text tiesyears of concepts into a coordinated whole?culture, learning,engagement, motivation, community, and work-life integration.Chalofsky provides concepts, practical approaches, and realisticexamples for?students, leaders, practitioners, andeducators."-- Dr. Virginia Bianco-Mathis Chair, Department of Management,School of Business, Marymount University, Managing Partner,Strategic Performance Group