It's All About Your People! Embracing Human-Centered Business, Workplace Culture, And Learning Design

by SweetRush

Hear that carpe diem call? It's an invitation to reimagine work as a source of resilience—and build a culture of innovation, inclusion, and lifelong learning. Get inspired by these lessons from our 20-year adventure as a human-centered organization!

Key Chapters

  1. Foundations

    Want to build a human-centered organization that supports happier, healthier, more resilient humans? Here’s how providing the means to help people reach their potential does a world of good. Start with a shared mission and a few guiding principles to set your people—and your business—up for long-term resilience.

  2. Culture

    Culture is more than a motto; it’s what we do and say every day. Learn how to create a space of psychological safety and shared vulnerability to help your teams manage, collaborate, and thrive together.

  3. Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging

    From recruitment to daily routines, human-centered leaders look for ways to boost representation, inclusion, and belonging in their organizations. Learn how to welcome and include people who live life with all skin colors, bodies, abilities, genders, and relationships—and help diverse teams engage each other with resilience and care.

  4. Learning Design

    Growth should feel invigorating, not dreary or draining. Discover how a thorough business and learner needs analysis, along with design thinking methods, helps you develop learning and skilling programs that invigorate your people and get business results.

People spend at least 50% of their waking lives at work. That means businesses have an incredible impact on our mental health and quality of life. And because we’re more nimble than our social institutions—proven over the past year!—we’re in a unique position to care for, support, and encourage growth in our fellow humans.

Compassion and ongoing support lay the foundation for long-term success. This stunning and insightful eBook will inspire you to put employees at the center of everything your business does, from L&D to recruitment.

Christopher Pappas photo

Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry, Inc.