The greatest need in the world today is for far more people to be developed enough to bring forth a world that works for all. Organizations need people who are capable of facing the challenges of an uncertain global economy; communities need people who can strengthen institutions in the places they live; societies need people with the capacity to address the urgency and complexity of the problems we face in the world today.
The authors propose that the places we work must become the context for becoming more of who we are meant to be as highly aware, fully functioning human beings, at the same time that we accomplish the goals of the enterprise. The book explains what is meant by transformative work; highlights examples of where it is occurring around the world; and offers ideas about how workplaces can benefit from equally valuing and focusing on the purposes of their work, the purposes of the people who work there, and the purposes of their communities and the larger society.
|Publisher:||Transformations Press Unlimited|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
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