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I'm Glad I Spent More Time at Work! Is a new business approach for a new era.. The world of work is changing and unless leaders embrace the new and emerging trends, their businesses may not survive the war for talent. This A to Z of provides practical tips, techniques and ideas for making your organisation a great place to work. Old style leadership methods are no longer appropriate and organisations need to change (and change fast) if they want to attract and retain the best. This book provides pragmatic ideas for doing just that!
It is written by Lynne Copp, Managing Director of The Worklife Company. Lynne is a leader with extensive experience in people development and diversity (inclusion) across a wide range of organisations and industries. She is passionate about releasing potential of people and businesses through effective leadership, communication, culture and inclusion. She has an amazing track record of leading culture change that drives business improvement, talent attraction and retention. She is a pragmatic and motivational leader who not only creates inspiration for change, but delivers solutions relevant to the business and people environment. She fully embraces a strengths based approach to people development and employment; she says "people come to work to do a good job and if they are given the right environment, trust and choice, they will achieve great things".
If you want to make your company into one that is worth working for and staying with, then buy this little gem!

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Lynne Copp
WorklifeCo Wiltshire, England, UK
The Worklife Company is in business to support clients to become an employer of choice, by creating and championing innovative working environments that attract and retain the best talent. Through our Professional Services of coaching, consulting, training and research, we create great organisations to work for and stay with. We specialise in worklife balance, internal communication and culture change.

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