Millions spend their days toiling in anonymity working for nothing more than a salary, a few perks and the promise of time off when the job finally becomes too much to take.
Others work in joyfully productive workplaces fuelled by personal relationships. Business results come, but not because they’re mandated. Rather, they are the natural byproduct of workers who aim to deliver for the managers who care about their needs and aspirations.
These are the organizations led by People Artists — and they are growing in number. My friend and co-author David Zinger and I highlight them in our new book, “People Artists: Drawing Out the Best In Others At Work.” [...]