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Human Side of Business – Joy and Optimism in the workplace

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There’s a better way to do business. Better from the human side. Better from the customer side. And as it turns out, better from the profit side as well.

Join us on Up Your Game Radio with our guest Shawn Murphy, Leadership Author, Speakers, Consultant, and co-founder and co-CEO of SwitchandShift.com.

The site takes leadership and pokes holes in management and leadership practices that no longer apply in the 21st century. You’ll find great minds writing about a more human-side approach to how businesses and employees generate value for customers.

Shawn is the author of the Snippet Creating Joy at Work and is currently working on his first traditionally published book about workplace optimism.

Shawn is also the creator and host of the podcast Work That Matters.

When he’s not writing or co-creating SwitchandShift.com, he consults with clients on organization change, culture change and coaches managers to create workplace optimism.

Shawn will give us a fresh take on leadership in the workplace in the 21st century.

For more information on Shawn and SwitchandShift.com; visit his blog SwitchandShift.com

At Cosmic Coaching Centre, we believe that in order to become a successful CEO of your life you must be strategic and a visionary about your life goals.  Radio Hosts; Cecile Peterkin and Ana Paret believe you are the CEO of your life. Therefore, we inspire and motivate people to take full responsibility for all aspects of their lives, manage every detail, and succeed personally and professionally. Up Your Game Radio enables us to motivate you to be released from Small-Time Thinking and move into your BIG PICTURE!  In other words….To Up Your Game!

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