Being an Effective Leader in Times of Loss and Emotional Trauma, Like Today
Anthony Casablanca, an accomplished senior executive and leadership consultant on grief, and co-author of “The Dying Art of Leadership: How Leaders Can Help Grieving Employees Excel at Work” joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.
- What inspired you and Guy to write the book?
- How do you define grief in your book?
- How much company productivity is lost due to grieving employees?
- Why don’t companies or leaders typically deal well with this issue?
- What is your mission?
- What three tips would you have for leaders who are listening who may have a grieving employee working for them right now?
Guy Casablanca and Anthony Casablanca are the cofounders of GriefLeaders, a training and consulting organization devoted to educating leaders on how to help grieving employees excel at work. Guy is a dually licensed funeral director and mortician, highly experienced at facilitating healthy grieving processes, who has owned two businesses, consulted for corporations, and led teams of managers. He currently manages a funeral home in Loveland, Colorado. Anthony is a senior executive with 30-plus years of experience and a proven track record of purpose-driven leadership. He has held several leadership roles with Batesville Casket Company, the world’s largest funeral service products provider, and was named the 2009 Human Resource Executive of the Year for Indiana. Brothers, Guy and Anthony Casablanca are the co-authors of The Dying Art of Leadership: How Leaders Can Help Grieving Employees Excel at Work.
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