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Researcher and writer of non-fiction books (7), children’s books (2), and producer of new film about health and well-being: fullychargedmovie.com

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Tom Rath is an author and researcher who studies the role of human behavior in business, health, and well-being. He has been described by business leaders and the media as one of the greatest thinkers and nonfiction writers of his generation.

Tom has written six New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers over the past decade, starting with the #1 New York Times bestseller How Full Is Your Bucket? His book StrengthsFinder 2.0 was the top-selling book of 2013 and 2014 worldwide on Amazon.…

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How leaders create agile and decisive organizations: 1. Cultivate the next generation of leaders 2. Create a culture that enables swift decisions Great piece on one of the @FT top business books of October by @leo_tilman:  https://www.fastcompany.com/90412708/how-to-make-decisions-like-a-u-s-general 
Why aspiring to manage people is often a bad idea. Managers, on average, report: - higher stress & burnout - poorer work/life balance - lower physical well-being Important piece from Jim Harter @Gallup.  https://hbr.org/2019/06/if-your-managers-arent-engaged-your-employees-wont-be-either 
@bafish10 @schacademy Love it, please send my thanks to your class for their efforts and the very meaningful video message! tom
@JeffreyPfeffer @petersims Spot on quote in here: “Nobody in Silicon Valley can solve homelessness or figure out how to hire with diversity, but 11 electric scooter companies have raised VC funding. Oh, and a company that uses robots to make pizza. You wonder why there’s a tech backlash.”