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Great Places to Work: It’s About "Peoplebility"

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Patricia Hirsch interviews Eddie Marmol, Bonnie Flatt and David Brown, who will discuss how over 70% of the workforce is disengaged and spending a majority of their waking hours in quiet desperation. This is unacceptable. They’re committed to creating workplaces that invite people to bring their best, show up as leaders, and find meaning in their work. Great places to work confront people with the freedom and responsibility they have to make work meaningful and fun. They demand courage from leaders to move from command and control to a culture led by something greater. These include shared core values and a clear sense of purpose that aligns the workforce and attracts loyal customers. Such workplaces are 3 to 5 times more productive and a lot more fun to work in, lead and buy from.

Eddie Marmol is a former engineer and project manager, with expertise in synthesizing language, somatic elements, cultures and perspectives. He quickly connects relevant concepts and helps translate them into practical, real world applications. Eddie coaches in English and in Spanish, and is masterful in helping people both communicate and relate much more effectively.

David Brown is a former psychotherapist with over 30 years in the people business, including over 15 years as an ontologically trained coach. David’s able to get below the surface of the complex interactions between people and facilitate greater understanding, insight and communication necessary for people to transcend ego and operate as a team.

Bonnie Flatt is a former attorney and human resources executive with over 25 years in the people business. She achieved her coaches certification in 2009 and her Approved Tribal Leader status in 2012. Bonnie understands the nuts and bolts of great business and coaches people to create workplaces where people are excited to come to work, to perform at their best and deliver outstanding results.

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