Book Discussion Guide
Whether you’re looking to shape a well-being culture from scratch or improve on your existing well-being culture, use the questions in the Discussion Guide to help inform your analysis, strategy, and implementation. Please provide your contact information to receive your free book discussion guide today.
Order 25 books and receive signed book plates. Click to order through Porchlight and then send the receipt through the button in pink below. Send a list of names and the address to which you would like the bookplates shipped.
Order 50 books and receive the book discussion guide for each person. Click to order through Porchlight and then send the receipt through the button in pink below.
Order 100 books and get a half an hour ‘book club’ with Dr. Rich. Employees can ask questions and glean some insight on how to build a well-being culture. Click to order through Porchlight and then send the receipt through the button in pink below. Subject to scheduling.
Order 250 books and receive a 20 minute webinar followed by a half-hour ‘book club’ with Dr. Rich. Employees can hear stories about building a well-being culture and then ask the author questions about the book. Click to order through Porchlight and then send the receipt through the pink button below. Subject to scheduling.
“Dr. Safeer provides a thoughtful blueprint for fostering a workplace well-being culture. A timely and critical priority for all leaders.”
“Every leader that wants to take their team to the next level must pay attention to their well-being. Dr. Richard Safeer provides a roadmap to create a well-being culture that will lift the team to new success.”
“A Cure for the Common Company” is nothing short of an organizational change recipe to create a well-being culture. Dr. Richard Safeer creatively applies Dr. John Kotter’s change steps into a formula that is sure to improve employee health and well-being”.
“Dr. Safeer offers a compelling and science-based prescription for enriching organizational culture and boosting individual flourishing.”