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The authors of this book share real, raw experiences and hardships that you can use as a guide on your path to change. This process may take some time, but you can start to make a significant impact on those around you with the right attitude and a commitment to personal behavior change. It doesn’t matter if you are an employee, owner, or leader, if you want to cultivate a more inviting and safer environment where people can truly flourish, it all starts with culture and love. -Amazon Review
To increase revenue, improve customer experience, and develop higher-performing teams, it’s time for leaders to stop looking for quick fixes to complex business problems and start building a culture of love.
Anchored by Softway’s own transformational journey, Love as a Business Strategy offers a new, people-first framework for achieving any business outcome–written by folks that aren’t fans of run-of-the-mill business books.
As a matter of fact, Love as a Business Strategy is so chock-full of real-world examples of mistakes, heartbreak, and redemption that it reads more like a juicy exposé than a business book.
Love as a Business Strategy steers clear from piety and theoretical concepts and instead shares grounded stories of resilient people running a real business. A business, as you’ll come to find out, that was on the brink of disaster before ‘love’ took hold. Love As A Business Strategy doesn’t preach or mislead, rather it lays out the blueprints for better business outcomes–like better employee engagement, enhanced patient experiences, and increased efficiency–then walks you through it step-by-step.
A better way of doing business is possible. The workplace revolution has arrived. Love as a Business Strategy will help you ditch the status quo, embrace humanity, and achieve lasting success.
About the Author
Softway is a business to employee (B2E) solutions company that offers experiences, services, and technology products to help build resilient, inclusive, and high-performing companies.
In 2015, when a toxic culture almost bankrupted the company, Softway’s leadership team–including authors Mohammad Anwar (CEO), Chris Pitre (VP), and Frank Danna and Jeff Ma (Directors)–vowed to bring humanity back to the workplace. Through trial, error, and determination, they rebuilt their organization around their greatest asset: people.
Today, through the Seneca Leaders program and other employee-focused offerings, Softway is helping thousands of leaders spanning over forty-six countries transform their businesses by putting love to work.