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Better: The wellbeeing revolution and human-friendly business, is a new book which describes how an alternative worldview has gone mainstream, transforming the way we work and live. Its author, John Grant, will be in conversation with AQR's Louella Miles in our next Facebook Live.
Better? You bet!
- How does care feature in your workplace? And how could it?
- As we go into Brexit, what do we care as were all so divided and were likely to be a recession before long? Or is this our big opportunity to reboot our society?
- Were encouraged from birth to play by the rules yet innovation seems to come from breaking them. Will wellbeeing only come about if there is an education revolution, and should parents start even earlier to think about how to set rules/parameters?
For some answers, listen in to John Grant, co-founder of the legendary 1990s London creative agency St Lukes and more recently adviser to such diverse names as innocent, IKEA, Dyson, Napster, Unilever and the Catalan independence movement, in conversation with AQRs Louella Miles in our next Facebook Live. It coincides with the launch of his latest book Better: The wellbeeing revolution and human-friendly business, which describes how an alternative worldview has gone mainstream, transforming the way we work and live.
Wellbeing is 80% social, which is why his book calls it wellbeeing. Just like bees, we are a social species. We need much more than good food and exercise to thrive. We need fellowship and belonging, a stimulating environment, contact with nature, happy communities, a sense of purpose. And thats where business comes in.
Join Louella and John on Wednesday 29 November
Just visit the AQR Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/theAQR click like and log on at 12.30pm on 29 November for a lively interview and a chance to ask John questions.
The ebook will be ready shortly, but you can check out excerpts on https://unbound.com/books/better and members can get a 10% discount on the hard copy, due in December, by pre-ordering using the code AQR10
29 November 2017
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