You can’t understand humanistic business management unless you understand what humanism is. This book provides a short introduction to the philosophy of humanism and discusses how and why it is being applied to business and why it is so effective when you do so. Humanism helps us prioritize human value as important. It supports positive interpersonal relationships and collaborative and respectful decision-making. Since all businesses are in the business of solving problems, good problem solving is essential to good business.
This is a compilation of 7 of Jennifer Hancock’s books dealing with the subject of conflict management from a humanistic perspective. These books are companions to online courses offered at Humanist Learning Systems and contain the transcripts of those programs for easy home reference.
This discusses how passive-aggressive behavior is rewarded. Techniques to ensure passive- aggressive behavior doesn’t interfere with workflow, how to take responsibility for your part of the interaction, and how to make sure you aren’t part of the problem. This discussion will cover three reasons why people behave passive-aggressively and help you learn how to respond professionally and effectively to the problem so that these individuals don’t wreak havoc in your workplace.
Learn why people behave how they do and how you can respond so that you can be happier and more effectively help solve your customer’s problems without getting pulled into their drama, whatever that is.
Can behavioral science help us learn how to deal help bad bullying bosses be less … bad? Yes. It can. Jennifer Hancock, author of several award-winning books and founder of Humanist Learning Systems will teach us how to humanistically help our bosses be better managers. She specializes in humanistic management and programs focused on how to stop bullying and harassment using science. Her insights on how to combine philosophy and science to help solve our problems more effectively have helped countless people all over the world.
In this book, author Jennifer Hancock discusses the differences between a conflict model and a bullying elimination model and how we can use elimination models to resolve both conflicts and harassment situations ethically and effectively.
This program will help you learn how to answer the three most important questions for any strategy. Available as a DVD, streaming video or certified online program.
This program will help you learn how to use behavioral science to respond to conflict and other interpersonal problems in a way that will actually fix the problem. It will help you learn how to stand your ground while still being compassionate and avoid getting drawn into other people's drama.
Can behavioral science help us learn how to respond to conflict so we can be happier and more effectively help solve our problems without getting drawn into unnecessary drama? Yes it can and Jennifer Hancock, Read more [...]
In this book, we will discuss the research on generational differences and consider how we might use the knowledge to create more effective communication strategies. At the core of this approach is a humanistic respect for the dignity and worth of each human in your company.
An international team of academics and practitioners present philosophical, spiritual, economic, psychological and organizational arguments that show how humanism can be used to understand, and possibly transform, business at three different levels: the systems level, the organizational level and the individual level.
Reuel Khoza, African Humanist and business man, argues that “the philosophical traditions of Africa offer an important contribution to the theory and practice of leadership in the world today.
The authors shed light on leadership, governance, and personal development when companies aim for more humanism in business and management. Various international case studies illustrate the presented frameworks and presented recommendations.
Humanistic Marketing recognizes the harm that comes with the unfettered desire for more of more. The authors ask how can marketing’s principles and practice be founded in humanistic values such as altruism, empathy, respect, trustworthiness, honesty, integrity, care, compassion, service, intelligence, beauty, justice, virtue?
Another great book for the folks at the Humanistic Management Center. This book seeks to answer the question: Is there a humanistic consensus that can bridge cultural and ethnic divides and reconcile the diverse and contrary interests of stakeholders world-wide?
This book investigates into the principles of humanistic management and examines their theoretical merits. In order to demonstrate that humanistic ideas also work in practice and can lead to actionable management guidelines it is a collection of case examples of how businesses succeed in generating social value whilst being profitable.
The effectiveness of your leadership is, to a very large extent, determined by the way you converse, ask questions and interact with your staff. How can people friendly values can be put into the practice of how we create both a humanistic and a profitable organization?
Another excellent primer in Humanistic Leadership in Action by John Steinberg – practical guidebook in the art of leading with people friendly, humanistic values.
A Humanistic Leadership in Action book by John Steinberg. This is a short, practical and passionate book about customer service, staff training and employee empowerment.
Stop Arguing & Start Working: 6 Steps to Being Confident, Calm and Capable During Difficult Conversations at Work
Stop Arguing & Start Working: 6 Steps to Being Confident, Calm and Capable During Difficult Conversations at Work - by Kathleen Bartle MA.
This book outlines a 6 step program to help you calm your fears so you can face difficult conversations with grace and get what you want out of them.