Jennifer Hancock is the author of several books, and founder of Humanist Learning Systems. Jennifer is unique in that she was raised as a freethinker and is one of the top speakers and writers in the world of humanism today… Read more
Happiness Through Humanism
How to build a thriving work culture
The key to creating a thriving workplace culture – is to be specific about what the values of this – thriving culture are. What are the values you want people to exemplify in their work and with each other? This is why Humanistic Management is so important.
The number 1 tip – is to integrate ethical questions into every discussion. What is the moral and right thing to do here? What is a good – and ethical outcome of this situation?
When people talk about workplace culture – they are really talking about morality and ethics. Which is apparently missing – or we wouldn’t be talking about culture.
One way to get an ethical workplace culture – is to make talking about what is ethical and good – part of the normal business practice and you do that – by asking the question – what is the moral thing to do. Whether it has to do with helping a customer or figuring out how to get energy for your company, make sure to talk about ethics.
I just finished reading, Applied Humanism. I loved its clarity and straightforwardness. In many ways the writing is deceptively simple: the concepts and their applications are universal in appeal yet subtle in their implications for living and working in today’s world. – Chris Lazlo, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio…