A thought-provoking read, Feel Good. Do Good. Work. is for leaders who care about what motivates their teams and for everyone who realises that it’s time to step back and reflect on our place in the scheme of things.

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Now more than ever, as we take stock of life in the shadow of a global pandemic, our resilience, mental and physical wellbeing have never been more important  considerations whether you’re leading a team or you’re a member of a team.

Do you often wonder, whether with the right employer, it’s possible to be so closely aligned, that being highly engaged at work becomes a natural consequence? And if you are a leader, do you wonder what it is that causes team members to stay or go?

If we depend on our job, shouldn’t we also experience a greater degree of connectedness with it, bringing our whole selves to work with authenticity and commitment?

Reviewers have told us that this Feel Good. Do Good. Work. offers readers:

  • A chance to jump in and start discovering new ideas and concepts almost immediately.
  • Handy recap summaries for each section.
  • Real life stories putting theories into practice from Greggs plc, The Care Quality Commission, Parkinson’s UK, MCS Group Ltd, Stephens Scown LLP, Vaultex UK ltd, Adnams plc.
  • Entertaining, holistic, compassionate, and personable (insights) across key topics making it a useful reference book to keep on the important shelf.
  • A refreshing take on understanding wellness and well being in the context of a dynamic and forever in flux corporate culture.
  • A wealth of experience and knowledge from the authors on their personal journeys, sharing with readers what matters most in the field of work and working effectively & mindfully.
  • A great guide for organisations concerned about societal impact and broader stewardship.
  • Thought-provoking exercises included sporadically through the book.
  • An informal style accessible for all.

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