The Compassionate Organization: And the People Who Love to Work for Them.

The Compassionate Organization: And the People Who Love to Work for Them.

by Ethan Chazin MBA
The Compassionate Organization: And the People Who Love to Work for Them.

The Compassionate Organization: And the People Who Love to Work for Them.

by Ethan Chazin MBA


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In his second book, The Compassionate Organization, Ethan Chazin business coach and organizational behavior expert explores how organizations build cultures that thrive by leveraging trust, ethics and a moral compass, developing powerfully engaging Vision and Mission statements, and applying the best practices to build effective workplace cultures including: hiring and retention strategies, emotional intelligence, effective communications, branding, diversity & inclusion, employee engagement and empowerment practices.

The days of one employer per career are long gone. In today’s “contract” economy, workers change jobs between eight to ten times by the time they reach 35 years old. Mature workers and Baby Boomers are leaving the workplace by the tens of thousands every day.

This mass exodus of the Mature workforce and Baby Boomers coincides with Millennial workers taking over roles of increasing importance within organizations. Estimates are Millennials will constitute 75-80% of the American workforce by 2020. Organizations have been “flattening out” their employee ranks by casting off layers of middle management the last few decades.

With this huge transfer in the balance of power from older to younger American workers, Millennials bring with them into the workplace a new set of organizational values, beliefs about work, and a set of ethics and expectations about appropriate organizational behavior. Millennials expect that the organizations they work for (and buy from) share their values, possess a moral compass, and must care for the environment.

Thus, understanding how to build and maintain a compassionate organization should be top of mind for anyone tasked with launching, growing, staffing and leading an organization.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781546217077
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 11/27/2017
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Ethan spent 20 years in Corporate America in leadership roles at Reuters, Time Warner Cable and Dun & Bradstreet before launching his motivational speaking, business coaching and employee training and development consultancy and authored his first book, "Bulletproof Your Career in Turbulent Times." As the Founder of The Chazin Group LLC, he has taught at ten colleges & Universities, spoken to 50 academic institutions, presented to 15,000 individuals on the state of today's global contract workplace. Ethan has been fortunate to assist over 250 organizations in transforming from good to great by implementing world-class organizational cultures that engage, motivate, reward, recognize, coach/mentor, empower, and unleash their people to achieve their untapped full potential. He has also given talks to over 3,000 entrepreneurs on how to plan, launch and grow successful business ventures by unleashing their talents. He coaches organizations to successfully transform using people-driven strategies. He employs a customized engagement for every client that taps into the very soul of their culture by asking them what their purpose is (the "WHY" we exist, and explore "WHAT IF's") as a guiding moral compass. Ethan received his BA in Communications from California State University and MBA in Marketing from George Washington University. He has appeared on television and published articles on building innovation-driven cultures, and broadcast a weekly podcast "Chazin-the-Dream" on today's workforce, gig economy, entrepreneurship, leadership, and business growth best practices. Contact Ethan to discuss your organization's key challenges preventing growth and the threatening your long-term survival. TEL: (201) 683-3399 CELL: (917) 2349-5571
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