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Back to Human How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation [Schawbel, Dan] (Tapa Dura)

Modelo 9780738235035
Fabricante o sello Da Capo Lifelong Books
Peso 0.55 Kg.
Precio:   $2,379.00 $2,339.00
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Descripción
-Autor: Schawbel, Dan
-Editorial: Da Capo Lifelong Books
-Formato: Tapa Dura
-Idioma: Español
-ISBN-13: 9780738235035
-Páginas: 288
-Dimensiones: 23.62cm. x 16.26cm. x 2.54cm.
-Peso (kg.): 0.55

-Descripcion:

Review A practical guide for leaders to stop using technology as a crutch and start building genuine connections with their teams. ―, bestselling author of , , and with Sheryl Sandberg Dan Schawbel offers a searching examination of the role technology plays in our lives and how our overreliance on gadgets is deepening our sense of isolation. But Back to Human is also a hopeful book, one that provides a prescription for change for leaders and anyone else interested in doing better.―, author of and Elevating humanity through business is the purpose of Conscious Capitalism. Back to Human is a welcomed reminder of the interdependencies that exist across all human stakeholders, and that workplace cultures must be trusting, authentic, innovative and caring so that working there is a source of both personal growth and professional fulfillment.―, co-founder and CEO, Whole Foods Market; co-author of Our brain grew in size in order to process our complex social needs, yet we are evolving into a society that devalues human interaction. Dan's insights will ensure you use all your neurons offered by evolution.―, MD, Professor of Surgery, Columbia University, Host, The Dr. Oz Show A fun, thoughtful read, but more important, a truly useful book. Back to Human provides concrete solutions for many of the 21st century challenges that shape how we work and live.―, bestselling author of Dan will help you put your damn phone in your pocket, look people in the eye, and build actual human relationships at work. You'll be stunned at the difference this makes in your career--and in your life. ―, bestselling author of In Back to Human, Dan Schawbel reminds us that our humanity must never take a backseat to new technology-- driverless or otherwise. And that progress is found in the connection of humans working together creatively in pursuit of better. ―, Former Vice Chair, GE At a time of increasing technological and virtual interaction, Schawbel's practical book provides a thoughtful model of connected human leadership.― [Back to Human] aims to help leaders build stronger team relationships amid our dependency on technology.― Recommended to business professionals seeking to manage a corporate culture that provides a work-life balance to its staff.― Read more About the Author is a New York Times bestselling author, partner, and research director at Future Workplace, and the founder of both Millennial Branding and WorkplaceTrends.com. He is the bestselling author of two career books: Promote Yourself and Me 2.0. Through his companies, he's conducted dozens of research studies and worked with major brands including American Express, GE, Microsoft, Virgin, IBM, Coca-Cola, and Oracle. Dan has written countless articles for Forbes, Fortune, TIME, The Economist, and The Harvard Business Review. Considered one of today's more dynamic young entrepreneurs by Inc. Magazine, Schawbel has been profiled or quoted in more than 2,000 media outlets, such as NBC's The Today Show, Fox News's Fox & Friends, MSNBC's Your Business, The Steve Harvey Show, The Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, Wired Magazine, GQ, The Economist, and NPR. He has been recognized on several lists including Inc. Magazine's 30 Under 30, Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30, Business Insider's 40 Under 40, BusinessWeek's 20 Entrepreneurs You Should Follow, and as one of Workforce Magazine's Game Changers. Read more
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