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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dan Baker; Cathy Greenberg; Collins Hemingway
|Description:||xx, 298 p.|
|Contents:||Acknowledgments xi About the Authors xv Foreword xvii Chapter 1 The Naked Ape Dons the Designer Suit 1 Chapter 2 What Is a Happy Company and Why Do I Want One? 15 Chapter 3 The Nerd from the Mists 25 Chapter 4 Scarcity Behavior in the Modern Tribe 43 Chapter 5 Aggression, Target Fixation, and the Crashes They Cause 61 Chapter 6 The Lesson of the Salmon, or Why Happiness Beats Going Belly Up 81 Chapter 7 What's a Body to Do? Personal and Corporate Strategies for Health 95 Chapter 8 Humility, the Most Courageous Form of Leadership 111 Chapter 9 From Guts to Sight to Heart, the Role of Visionaries 131 Chapter 10 Organizing for Innovation 149 Chapter 11 Only the Emotionally Intelligent Need Apply 169 Chapter 12 Return on People 189 Chapter 13 Engage with People 205 Chapter 14 Doing Well and Doing Good 223 Chapter 15 Tools for Building Constructive Culture 245 Chapter 16 Happy Companies Are All Alike and Yet Unique 261 Index 281|
|Responsibility:||Dan Baker, Cathy Greenberg, Collins Hemingway.|
Penned by three successful psychology and business writers, including the author of the worldwide bestseller, What Happy People Know, this book presents a strong case for introducing the new science