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It happens all too often: a leader reads a book or goes to a conference and learns great new ideas for their organization. But when they try to implement changes, nothing budges.
In The Vibrant Workplace author Paul White offers workplace leaders a thorough understanding of the most common obstacles, and the skills to overcome them. Pairing real-life examples with professional advice and research, White offers a guide to uprooting negativity and cultivating authentic appreciation and resiliency in the workplace.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Northfield Publishing
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X .53 (inches)|
Paul White, PhD, is a psychologist, author, and speaker who ¿makes work relationships work." He has consulted with a wide variety of organizations, including Microsoft, the US Air Force, the Million Dollar Round Table, and Princeton University. He and Gary Chapman coauthored The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace.
Keith5 Stars Out Of 5Real and PracticalAugust 17, 2017KeithQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Paul lays it all out... the challenges to creating a vibrant, effective, and enjoyable workplace culture. He doesn't gloss over the misuse of employee appreciation programs or the misinterpretation of the "management by appreciation" approach. His examples come from real conversations with managers across the nation and in many business sectors. His solutions are practical and workable. I found the book engaging and an easy read yet full of profound wisdom.
Paul5 Stars Out Of 5Fun and EnlighteningJune 14, 2017PaulQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Paul White has done it again. Following on the heels of his other work (Sync or Swim, Rising Above a Toxic Workplace, and the 5 Languages of Appreciation) The Vibrant Workplace is an excellent guide for anyone who manages people and wants to treat them both as they deserve and as they need to be treated. His approach takes the unique needs of employees seriously.
Especially helpful are his chapters "People are Different" and the "Colleagues Who Are Hard To Appreciate". White continues to clarify the all-important difference between mere recognition and true appreciation. He demonstrates that the latter makes all the difference. It's a fun read, and an enlightening one as well.