Discover how the next generation of leaders can create a workplace where teammates feel genuinely connected, engaged, and empowered—without relying on technology.
Based on an exclusive research study —featuring the perspectives of over 2,000 managers and employees across different age groups—Back to Human reveals why electronic and virtual communication, though vital and useful, actually contributes to a stronger sense of isolation at work than ever before.
In Back to Human, New York Times bestselling author Dan Schawbel shows leaders how to create an authentic connection with their teammates while optimizing all the benefits of technology.
“A practical guide for leaders to stop using technology as a crutch and start building genuine connections with their teams.”
―Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take
Dan’s keynote delivers fresh and relevant information that stimulate audiences and shift mindsets. Through research, stories and inspiration, audiences will learn the following:
- Why the highest performing and healthiest teams are the ones that are the most connected.
- How technology can negatively impact work relationships—and how to radically improve them.
- How to recognize and support employees who feel isolated from the team.
- How team connectivity impacts business outcomes and can increase loyalty and organizational commitment—and ways to encourage it.
“Dan was so engaging and his talk was so inspiring and captivating that he held the audience the entire time. He was knowledgeable, entertaining and authentic.”
– Kaiser Permanente
Called “The Millennial version of Tom Peters,” and “the new voice of the workplace,” Dan Schawbel has become the definitive voice of his generation in the workplace. His mission to follow the rise of millennials from college to CEOs has resulted in two best-selling books, prolific contributions to business media ranging from Forbes Magazine to the Harvard Business Review, and multiple Fortune 500 partnerships and consultancies.
Acknowledging a world where you simply cannot understand the future without understanding his generation, Dan guides audiences through what it will take to lead, work and prosper in the millennial-driven organizations of the future. Authoritative, insightful and always backed up by the latest and most relevant data, Dan’s presentations focus on embracing generational differences, overcoming obstacles, seizing opportunities—and being prepared for what it will really take to succeed in the workplace of the future.
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