David Henkin is an expert in architecting and implementing innovative business strategies and solutions improving performance, profitable possibilities, and developing organizational capabilities through a collaborative-growth approach.
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A Tale About Designing Jobs Employees Love
Fixing Work is a clarion call for managers and executives at all levels. Instead of treating employees like automatons and discouraging creativity, ownership, and engagement, we should rethink how work gets done and structure jobs to be intrinsically motivating.
“Fixing Work is a gift for leaders looking for a practical road map to improve employee engagement, productivity, and customer centricity. Read this book—you’ll be glad you did.”
Founder of Shadoka, Next Chapter; #1 WSJ and USA Today bestselling author of LIFT, Everything Connects, REINVENT
“Creating work for employees to thrive in has never been more important! Fixing Work offers a powerful and practical approach to designing jobs that keep your star performers engaged and productive, and your company on the path to success. Beautifully written and thoughtfully researched, David and Thomas will help you start creating the work your team will love today.”
Dr. Marshall Goldsmith
Thinkers50 #1 Executive Coach; New York Times bestselling author of The Earned Life, Triggers, and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
“Anyone who has had leadership responsibility in an organization will immediately recognize that David Henkin and Thomas Bertels feel their pain. The authors share real and relatable world wisdom through the vividly portrayed story of people who have ‘been there’ and ‘done that’ in the daily struggle for integrity and relevance at work. This book is sorely needed. Read Fixing Work to better serve your company, colleagues and customers with distinction.”
Chairman & CEO (retired) Vertex Inc.; Founder, Meaningsphere.com
Conversational competency is at the heart of leadership, coaching, mentoring and creating sustainable value. Conversation Innovation is a compelling and engaging text at the forefront of this critically important subject matter. It is suited for corporate, academic and executive coaching audiences.
Who Am I? Individual Innovation
With practical, accessible takeaways and an easy-flowing style, Henkin and Barnes invite you into the innovative space/readily set to learn and grow, adapt and evolve. It is a peek into worlds with and without possibilities, missing conversations, real lives, choices and consequences.
About David Henkin
David Henkin is an accomplished executive and entrepreneur with a proven record of success in prominent global companies as well as start-ups. An expert in architecting and implementing innovative business strategies and solutions improving performance, profitable possibilities, and developing organizational capabilities through a collaborative-growth approach. He is the author of several books, which include Conversation Innovation, Who Am I? Individual Innovation, and Fixing Work.
David has taught in a top-rated university business school program while also serving as an innovator, consultant, and coach for corporate and nonprofit leaders in the areas of innovation, work design, business and technology, teams, and leadership among others.
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