Free Webinar: 5 Key Rehumanizing Principles to Transform Your Workplace

September 18, 2019
1:00-2:00 pm EDT

Our world is rapidly changing and becoming increasingly complex. There is an acronym used to describe this reality that originated from the U.S. Army War College more than 2 decades ago and, in recent years, has become widely used in the business world. VUCA - volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. In a VUCA world, the rules of business need to evolve; psychological safety is easily disrupted, inherently triggering people to operate from a place of scarcity and self-protection rather than from openness and collaboration. Unfortunately, stuck businesses neglect to acknowledge this new disruptive reality and have become increasingly dehumanized, making workplaces the 5th leading cause of death in the United States and accounting for 8 percent of our healthcare spend.

Quite simply, organizations that can’t adapt to the demands of the world today and tomorrow will become obsolete. The antidote is to leverage 5 key principles that rehumanize our workplaces and communities. In this webinar, Dr. Rosie Ward previews her new book with Dr. Jon Robison, Rehumanizing the Workplace (published by Conscious Capitalism Press) by exploring the 5 key principles that are universally at play for more flourishing workplaces and communities.

 

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