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Lovework: The Seven Steps to Thrive at Work by Sophie Devonshire and Ben Renshaw

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"LoveWork offers a step-by-step framework for doing the work you love and loving the work you do. It is filled with illustrative scenario-based examples to nurture the free expression of ideas and help you thrive."

From the foreword by Amy C. Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management Harvard Business School

Life provides a unique opportunity to do great things and help make the world a better place. Given that a staggering 90,000 hours of our lives (on average) will be spent working, how many of those precious hours will be meaningful or memorable?

Authors Ben Renshaw and Sophie Devonshire believe it's possible to make the time you spend at work more rewarding and enjoyable. In LoveWork they share seven simple steps to help you find new ways to build a more positive relationship with your work.

This book is for you if:

· You are moving up through your work or moving on to a new role

· You'd like to move faster or go further

· You want to find, rediscover or nurture your love of work.

You'll learn how to unlock your thinking to trigger a renaissance in your work experience, to embrace dynamic working and to discover, develop and then deliver new ways to thrive at work. If you want to love life, you'll need to LoveWork. It's time to stop counting the hours and start making those hours count.

Product details

Goodreads rating: 4.50

Condition: Used - very good

Format: Hardcover, 288 pages

Dimensions: 140 x 222 x 25mm, 395g

Publication date: 25 Nov 2021

Publisher: Nicholas Brealy Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781529368536