Brené with Eric Mosley on
Making Work Human
In this episode, I talk with Eric Mosley, CEO and co-founder of Workhuman, about his new book, Making Work Human: How Human-Centered Companies are Changing the Future of Work and the World. His transformative work is based on 50 million data points and is leading the charge to dismantle old HR processes and challenge organizations to build new ways to connect the modern workforce. This is data with a heart and research with a goal to rehumanize.
Eric Mosley is an HR visionary, author, and the force behind the Workhuman movement.
He is the author of The Crowdsourced Performance Review and co-author of the award-winning book, The Power of Thanks as well as Making Work Human. He is a regular contributor to Forbes on the topics of recognition and humanity in the workplace, as well as other prominent publications. As CEO and co-founder of Workhuman, he is leading the charge to dismantle old HR processes and challenge organizations to build new ways to connect the modern workforce. He guides organizations worldwide on how to create more human-centric workplaces that leverage the way people work today, which is around employee development, social connections and relationships, and organizational communities and teams.
Making Work Human: How Human-Centered Companies are Changing the Future of Work and the World by Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine
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