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Eye Of The Storm: How Mindful Leaders Can Transform Chaotic Workplaces

Eye Of The Storm: How Mindful Leaders Can Transform Chaotic Workplaces

by Ray Williams
Eye Of The Storm: How Mindful Leaders Can Transform Chaotic Workplaces

Eye Of The Storm: How Mindful Leaders Can Transform Chaotic Workplaces

by Ray Williams

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Overview

Mentoring business leaders has given executive coach Ray Williams a frontline look at America's corporate structure.

What he found is toxic.

Eye of the Storm: How Mindful Leaders Can Transform Chaotic Workplaces is a call to action for business and organizational leaders. Williams cites problems such as relentless demands and extreme pressure placed on both leaders and workers, explaining the harm that recurring waves of job cuts and globalization do to the corporate structure as they lower employee loyalty and job satisfaction.

But Williams doesn't just detail the problem-he presents steps on how to fix it. Arguing how leaders need to become more mindful and take steps to engage their employees in more meaningful work, he also lays out ways in which businesses can create environments where workers are creative, happy, and productive.

Williams combines science-backed research with practical strategies for individuals and organizations in this practical guide that can transform workplaces. Considered one of Canada's top executive coaches, he draws from more than thirty-five years of experience as a CEO and senior executive to show leaders how to leave the toxicity behind.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781505861549
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/02/2015
Pages: 142
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Author Ray Williams, owner and president of Vancouver-based Ray Williams Associates, brings more than thirty-five years of experience to his clients as a CEO and senior executive. He holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as training in English, history, psychology, and management. A certified master executive coach and professional speaker, he is highly regarded in Canada as a top executive coach.


Williams is the author of more than three hundred articles and the books The Leadership Edge and Breaking Bad Habits. He draws upon his unique experience as a World War II POW survivor to help customers overcome obstacles and handle stress.

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