Leading with Humanity, Tom Wellner
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Leading with Humanity
How Purpose Creates Value

Author: Tom Wellner

Narrator: Ussani Taylor

Unabridged: 6 hr 2 min

Format: Digital Audiobook Download

Published: 09/05/2023


Leading a company that employs over forty thousand team members and serves more than forty - five thousand residents, Wellner understands that real culture transformation takes great effort, intention, and courage and also humility and generosity. Leading with Humanity: Marrying Profit with Purpose is about teaching leaders how to engage in meaningful work with people, inspire a culture of genuine care, and mobilize everyone around a purpose that not only transcends the everyday work they do but also informs it. The book shows readers what it takes to commit to and invest in people, helping them recognize their fullest potential, and how to transform any environment into a place of vitality, growth, and purpose. With clarity and honesty, Wellner speaks from his experience as a leader to offer us a new way to look at people, culture, business, and success. Rich in examples, he details ways that companies can invest in entrepreneurs, diversify their investment portfolios, and improve the lives of the people they serve through applying innovative technologies and processes. By demonstrating proven strategies for creating collaborative, communicative teams across a diverse, intercontinental enterprise, he provides leaders at all levels the tools required to meet unpredictable disruptions head-on. Compassionate, sincere, and a true believer in the capacity of others, Wellner applies his own brand of insatiable curiosity and dedication to lifelong learning in ways that will inspire creativity in newly-minted and seasoned leaders alike. Leading with Humanity: Marrying Profit with Purpose uses examples of people, processes, technologies, and innovations that will get readers examining the ways they can transform their own enterprises and sustain profitability even in uncertain times in large part by remembering what, and who, resides at the beating heart of their businesses.