LifeTree Media to Publish Business Book from Leadership Expert Pierre Battah

We’re excited to share the news that LifeTree Media will be publishing leadership and workplace expert Pierre Battah’s first book. Humanity At Work is scheduled to be released under LifeTree’s Best Book program on September 8, 2020.

Pierre BattahAccording to a 2019 Gallup poll, employee engagement levels in the US workplace have remained flat despite the best efforts of human resources professionals and learning companies.

But besides generating results, most leaders are also tasked with creating positive, engaged, and productive workplace cultures. So how do modern leaders achieve this in a fast-changing world? This is what long-time CBC columnist and blogger Pierre Battah tackles in Humanity At Work, an influential and thought-provoking guide designed to help leaders and companies succeed.

Using case studies from small and large businesses alongside a variety of helpful tools, the book shows leaders how to help people find meaning in their work, let voices be heard, promote innovation, and implement company values with authenticity. Humanity At Work is a “pocket mentor” for human-aware leaders who want to have thoughtful decision-making at their fingertips.

The book will be available for sale in bookstores across North America and via online retailers on September 8, 2020.

About Pierre Battah

Pierre Battah is an award-winning leadership and workplace specialist. He speaks and trains across Canada and the United States. He is a long-time workplace columnist, blogger, nationally syndicated broadcaster for CBC, a TEDx presenter, and a former senior manager in HR.

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Jesmine Cham

Jesmine Cham

Publishing Coordinator at LifeTree Media
Jesmine honed her editing and marketing skills at Geist Magazine, Greystone Books, and Quietly, among other organizations. In between freelance projects, she is either engaging in acts of mindfulness or whittling down (and adding) to her TBR list.
Jesmine Cham

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