Fired Up or Burned Out: How to Reignite Your Team’s Passion, Creativity and Productivity

by Michael Lee Stallard with Carolyn Dewing-Hommes and Jason Pankau

$7.95

In his book, Fired Up or Burned Out, Michael Stallard shares the three key actions necessary to transform even a lethargic, disconnected organization or office into an impassioned, innovative, and thriving workplace.

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Description

  • Find out why a sense of emotional connection is necessary for people and organizations to thrive.
  • Discover the three essential elements to creating a “connection culture” (a culture that increases connection among people).
  • Learn how to apply the elements of a connection culture to increase connection in your organization.
  • Find out how to develop the habits and character strengths that increase connection.

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About the Author

Michael Lee Stallard is the founder and president of E Pluribus Partners, a think tank that helps organizations increase employee and customer engagement. Formerly, he was the chief marketing officer for businesses at Morgan Stanley and Charles Schwab, where he was a thought leader on the topic of engaging people on the front line of business. He can be reached at mstallard@epluribuspartners.com.

Carolyn Dewing-Hommes is a cofounder and partner at E Pluribus Partners. Previously, she worked at Citibank for 15 years where she worked on a global task force identifying companies worldwide whose practices successfully engaged their employees.

Jason Pankau is also a cofounder and partner at E Pluribus Partners and is president of Life Spring Network, an organization that helps people realize life’s potential.

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