"Do Good At Work: How Simple Acts of Social Purpose Drive Success and Wellbeing", by Bea Boccalandro, helps modern employees find job satisfaction, boost workplace performance, propel their careers and deepen personal wellness. It’s available for preorder now through all major outlets (at www.DoGoodAtWork.com) and releases on November 24, 2020. Adam Grant—the three-time New York Times bestselling author, host of the TED WorkLife podcast and professor at Wharton business school—named Do Good At Work one of his 30 recommended fall books; Jan Jones Blackhurst, member of the Caesars Entertainment Board of Directors and former Mayor of Las Vegas, says it’s “riveting and vital;” and Cynthia Currin, Vice President at JBS International, placed it “among the best business books ever.”
“This year’s economic slowdown, stay-at-home workdays and social unrest have led people to reflect on the significance of their work more than ever. The 70 million Americans who have concluded that their work lacks compelling meaning, per research findings, can do something about it,” says Bea Boccalandro, who has advised Disney, FedEx and Toyota on workplace purpose. Do Good At Work weaves scientific evidence, captivating stories and over 100 examples into concrete, simple and feasible ways for anyone in any job to do work that matters.
Bea Boccalandro is founder and president of VeraWorks, a global consulting firm specializing in workplace purpose. She’s helped dozens of large and small businesses—including Caesars Entertainment, IBM, HP, Levi’s, PwC, TOMS Shoes and QVC—ignite purpose in the workplace. Her presentations across over 100 countries and teaching at Georgetown University and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, have inspired tens of thousands of people to make their work more meaningful. She splits her time between San Clemente, California, and Park City, Utah.