In Bring Your Whole Self to Work, Mike Robbins pulls back the curtain
of the most effective teams on the planet. What do great leaders have in
common? What makes a team perform greater than its individual parts
would suggest? How do you solve problems before they arise? In short,
there are five key components that answer all these questions and more. To
bring our whole selves to work and therefore thrive, we must: be authentic,
utilize the power of appreciation, focus on emotional intelligence, embrace a
growth mindset, and create a championship team.
Jason Haber does many things; he’s started and sold companies, has a background in real estate, entrepreneurship, and even politics; and is the author of the book, The Business of Good. Of the many ways to describe him, Jason prefers to be called a Social Entrepreneur. In The Business of Good, he describes exactly what this means, but the core of his professional ethos is to teach others to match profit with purpose in their own business endeavors.