Author highlights a people-first professional outlook and emphasizes “super critical human skills”
VICTORIA in British Columbia, April 25, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — In “Super. Crucial. Human,” author Cheryl CranThe essential human skills we all require to create better connections in work and life. Shares experiences that define what it is to be human in today’s fast-changing reality. Cran discusses how to harness a’me–to-we’ mindset focused on learning, sharing, and building human-centric workplaces. The book teaches readers how to future-proof their careers, work, and leadership skills.
Cran provides examples and language to show how people can improve their lives and make a difference in their work and lives.
Cran saw a pattern in people getting burnt out and disenfranchised at work and predicted that the hybrid workplace would benefit those workers who are less motivated.
The speed of future work trends was dramatically increased in the absence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cran is on a mission in an age of integration to encourage people to work hard to improve their personal and professional lives.
Cran stated, “Moving forward to a people-first workplace requires that everyone, regardless their job title or status, is open to becoming a better person and improving their skills.” Cran said, “I am passionate that we must put people-first and humanize how we interact, collaborate, and lead in order to create a new sustainable future.”
About the author
Cheryl CranNextMapping is the founder and CEO of Synthesis at Work Inc. Santa Clara, Calif.Onalytica named Cran #1 in future of work, while GoCatalant listed her as one of the Top Ten Future of Work Specialists. Cran has written ten books on the future of work and leadership, as well as books on teams and a people first future. Cran has been helping leaders, entrepreneurs, and teams prepare for the future for over 20 years by providing insight, research, and tools to help them create the future. Her thought leadership has been featured by Forbes, Huff Post and CBS, NBC, Fast Company Magazine, and other media. For more information, please visit http://www.nextmapping.com/super-crucial-human/
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