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The image of modern corporations has been shaped by a focus on profits over people and the environment, but this approach to capitalism is no longer viable. We are at an inflection point where business must take the lead in healing the crises of our time. The Healing Organization shows how corporations can become healing forces.

Conscious Capitalism pioneer Raj Sisodia and organizational innovation expert Michael J. Gelb were inspired to write The Healing Organization because of the epidemic of unnecessary suffering connected with business, including the destruction of the environment; increasing numbers living paycheck-to-paycheck and barely surviving (despite working full-time or even multiple jobs); rising rates of depression and stress leading to chronic health problems; and because the enmity and dividedness between those who champion unfettered capitalism and those who advocate socialism is exacerbating rather than solving our problems.

Based on extensive in-depth interviews and inspiring case studies, the authors show how companies such as Shake Shack, Hyatt, KIND Healthy Snacks, Eileen Fisher, H-E-B, FIFCO, Jaipur Rugs, and DTE Energy are healing their employees, customers, communities, and other stakeholders. They represent a diverse sampling of industries and geographies, but they all have significant elements in common, besides being profitable enterprises:

  • Their employees love coming to work.
  • They have passionately loyal customers.
  • They make a significant positive difference to the communities they serve.
  • They preserve and restore the ecosystems in which they operate.

In a world that urgently needs healing on many levels, this is a movement whose time has come. This audiobook shows how it can be done, how it is being done, and how you can begin to do it too.

©2019 Raj Sisodia (P)2019 HarperCollins Leadership

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  • 05-06-21

un MUST

Repensar unidos el valor de la empresa, comprender que en en centro de la misma está la gente. Love conquers all y por ello debemos trabajar diariamente por buscar la forma en que nuestras empresas inspiren, sean y constituyan bienestar.

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  • Anil Maheshwari
  • 19-03-20

Great book full of positive stories

A healing organization is that which cares about people. A good organization should balance thr dominating masculine influence with the feminine caring tendency, along with the child’s playfulness instinct and thr grandparent’s mature wisdom. Theory of Moral Sentiments should be imbibed as much as the Wealth of Natikns. This book presents many case studies that one can do great by being good. It surprisingly breaks away from the financial success model of the popular bookFrom Good to Great by Jim Collins. Do no Harm. Lead with Love. These are some key principles for leading a healing organization.

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  • mike
  • 14-11-19

What a breath of fresh air!

I really enjoyed the authentic nature of how this book was worded and put together. The Sincerity and genuine love for people cannot be faked. Counterfeit CEO’s or Counterfeit leaders will eventually be exposed by their own actions and business dealings. I highly recommended this good to anyone who wishes to expand your outlook on life and business. Thank you Mr. Sisodia!

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  • Michael F.
  • 17-10-19

E + A = C

great book for growth and development

Empathy + Action = Care

live with gratitude