Nicholas W. Weiler, in collaboration
with Stephen C. Schoonover, M.D.
Organizations that foster the personal growth of their employees
experience higher morale, productivity.
What employers and Human Resources professionals should
Corporations, large and small, use the techniques detailed
in Your Soul at Work because they find that helping
employees address their inner values and aspirations as well
as the organization's needs boosts employee morale and benefits
the bottom line.
The career and performance development process presented
in the book is based on extensive research begun at GE
and carried on through many other organizations, such as Lockheed
Martin, EDS, Citibank, and Oracle. That research demonstrates
that the best morale builder is honestly supporting the personal
growth of your employees.
Called "Soul and Work; Bridging the Gap", this
free white paper explains a growing demand for helping employees
address their "inner needs" on the job and describes
a set tools and techniques for doing do, proven in
corporate America. Read the Executive
Summary online and download the pdf.
Is your company doing what it can to help people succeed
in terms of their own values (and thereby reaping the benefits
of doing so)? These brief reflections can provoke an illuminating
self-examination around critical ingredients for providing
For expert consultation regarding setting up a proven workforce
development program, call Schoonover Associates today or visit
www.schoonover.com. Schoonover Associates is an acknowledged
pioneer in competency-based Human Capital Management
and Human Resources Technology.
It's a simple, fortunate fact: people whose work is consistent
with their inner values and feel that their career and life
have a direction and meaning are more productive. As
an employer or manager of people, you owe it to yourself to
read this book and recommend it to your employees.