March 11, 2020 Building a Decency Driven Workplace Culture An important new book from Steve Harrison and Jim Lukaszewski Authors, Steve Harrison an

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March 11, 2020

Building a Decency Driven Workplace Culture

An important new book from Steve Harrison and Jim Lukaszewski

Authors, Steve Harrison and Jim Lukaszewski provide a guide for leaders to create an honest, ethical workplace culture in any industry.

Here’s what experts are already saying about this book:

An Actionable Model
"In The Decency Code, you will find a fully developed and actionable model for building a decent workplace culture. Anyone invested in building a corporate culture that inspires a sense of purpose, empowers human beings to do their best in any business climate, and inoculates their organizations from ethical failure will be well rewarded by applying the many lessons of this book. In their encouragement, humor, and compassion, Jim and Steve are committed to your success." - Ranjit De Sousa, President, Lee Hecht Harrison

How to Make Your Company One People Want to Work for and Customers Want to Patronize
"If ever there was a time to zero in on decency and integrity in business, Jim Lukaszewski and Steve Harrison have chosen the prime moment. The Decency Code: The Leader’s Path to Building Integrity and Trust is a goldmine of advice and methods for everyone from the C-Suite to managers – and everyone who reports to them – to establish the kind of company people want to work for and customers want to patronize. Don’t just add this book to your “to-read” stack; memorize their wisdom and put it into practice today!" - Harvey Mackay, author of the New York Times #1 bestseller _Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive_

A decency driven workplace culture is a better place to work, a safer place to work, a more productive place to work, it’s a place that trusts you and that you trust. It’s the kind of place you really want to work.

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