Clints last book, Engaged Leadership, was a business fable about the importance of companies and managers in building and maintaining a culture of employee engagement, recognizing that companies who foster environments for their employees where the employees feel so content and motivated to be at work that they become more committed and involved in their jobs, which ultimately makes the company more productive. But what do you need to build that kind of engaged culture at work? You need employee participation. And how do you get employees to be more committed and involved in their jobs? That's the basis for this book. Clint's view is that there are 5 work/life aspects that employees need balance in order for employees to be engaged at their job: Career, Health, Finances, Relationships, and Character. And this book will have appeal to both management, and the employees themselves, because it takes effort on both parts to put processes in place to cultivate and maximize those five aspects of life inside and outside of the office.