5 Principles for Inspiring Meaning in the Workplace
Danny Gutknecht, the CEO and Co-founder of Pathways, an advisory firm that helps organizations tap their potential through its people strategies joins Enterprise Radio to talk about his new book, Meaning at Work – And Its Hidden Language.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Danny Gutknecht discuss the following:
- Why did you write the book – Meaning at Work – And Its Hidden Language?
- Why is meaning in the workplace such a big topic today?
- What does meaning have to do with potential or self-actualization?
- You talk about 4 different domains of existence in the book – what do these have to do with meaning?
- You talk about “The House of Meaning” in your book, can you explain a little more about that?
- Can you explain what a meaning language is? I thought language has meaning.
- If meaning is undergoing a shift from authority to process, what are it’s processes for individuals and companies?
- How does a meaning language help a company with engagement? With it’s customers?
Danny Gutknecht is CEO and Co-founder of Pathways, an advisory firm that helps organizations tap their potential through its people strategies. He works with individuals and businesses all over the world. His new book, Meaning at Work – And Its Hidden Language (Aviri Publishing, April 10, 2017), describes a process that supports organizational meaning-making.
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