Powerful Questions & Wisdom for Twenty-first Century Humans & Workplaces
I ask powerful questions and create containers that engage and unleash the collective voice, energy, and wisdom of top leaders and everyone on your team.
The Future of the Workplace
The workplace as we know it is rapidly changing in a plethora of ways. This books contains a sampling of my in-depth interviews with dozens of innovative global business and thought leaders to guide you.
Thank you for pushing the critical thinking and the practical actions that lead to human-centered workplaces that inspire all of us to be in the constant pursuit of finding better ways!—JIM HAUDAN, CHAIRMAN & FOUNDER, ROOT INC.
Forward Thinking Workplace
How can we create a workplace where every voice matters, everyone thrives and finds meaning, and change and innovation happen naturally?
Congratulations!! on a brilliant book that I know has come from real life experiences of experts in the workplace — enhanced by your unique ability to synthesize, distinguish and expand on as practical wisdom. What an important work this is — as the Future is literally here now.—Dianne Collins, Author, Do You Quantum Think?
Full Attention & Best Performance
How do we get an employee’s full attention and best performance?
After reading a handful of your interviews, I can hardly wait to read the rest. You are so good at drawing new awareness through people, Bill Fox.—Sue Elliott, CEO, Easier Way, Inc.
Lack & Long For
What do people really lack and long for at work?
So much #leadership and cultural value all in one book.—John Bell, CEO (past), Jacobs Suchard
Questions for Employees
What is the most important question leaders should ask employees?
Read this work. It certainly shook up my understanding of what can be.—Tony Heath, Lean Consultant
Questions for Leaders
What is the most important question employees should ask leaders?
This conversation invites and allows whole beings to show up; like whole food, whole beings are more nutritious to the system they exist within.—Anonymous
Questions for Ourselves
What is the most important question we should ask ourselves?
As I’ve gotten older (and wiser) I’ve learned that most topics have multiple valid perspectives. A diversity of opinion allows me to see sides of an issue I’d missed, allow my organization to be more resilient when one approach isn’t working, and allow a more nuanced implementation of initiatives.This is EXACTLY what you get with this book.—L. David Marquet, Author, Turn the Ship Around
5 Minutes to Process Improvement Success
What is the best improvement strategy that has worked really well for you?