all-new book: return on humanity
Business can be a force for good, although many companies aren’t built for that... yet.
The answer to becoming a more competitive business that is also better for the world is simpler than you might think. And it’s already happening across the globe.
Return on Humanity explores:
- Can life be more pleasant if people tapped into their humanity?
- Is it possible to have more effective leaders if their skills are rooted in human values?
- Can companies be more competitive if they put people first before profit?
- And can the world really be improved through self awareness?
Expect a collection of human stories and ideas that prove a more human approach to leadership and business will give us all a better future.
As we hurtle towards a future dominated by data, algorithms and AI, a book about the importance of humanity is perfectly timed and a must read.
Sir John Hegarty
Co-founder and Creative Director at The Garage Soho & The Business of Creativity
I’m a global thought leader, social innovator and the Founder and CEO of UK-based company TIE. For 20 years I’ve been unlocking the potential of corporate leaders and teams with a unique approach to leadership development. By igniting the power of a people-first approach to business my processes not only enhance commercial success, but create a more sustainable world.
TIE works with some of the world’s biggest businesses, helping their people develop the necessary human competencies to thrive in today’s corporate world.
Born in South Africa, grew up in Canada and, following an exchange programme in Thailand, moved to the United Kingdom, where I worked in advertising before moving to Brazil, my current base.
I’m the creator and host of the TIE Unearthed Podcast and host of the London ‘Evening with TIE’ events. A speaker and author, I have published over 60 articles, and works as a mentor and advisor for companies looking to move to a ‘people first’ approach to business.
In today’s transparent world, power is finally shifting back to its rightful owners – customers and employees. In this world, there will be nowhere for companies to hide. Behaviour will be everything. Return on Humanity gives us all a reason to be optimistic, and to believe that capitalism – done the right way – is a force for good.
Chief Executive Officer, Octopus Group
Managers talk strategy – Leaders tell stories. Philippa has gathered a magnificent set of stories that are sometimes charming, brutally honest, and inspiring. She has a compelling way of cutting to the chase, whilst taking the time to paint a colourful picture of just how every business leader can make a telling difference. You won’t find any of this on an MBA course, as this is authentic, vulnerable, and at times painful. The one thing I can reassure you of – you will be inspired, and not just for a moment, but to get up, speak up, and make a difference.
René Carayol MBE
World Leading Executive Coach to far too many CEO’s
This is a book which simply radiates hope, optimism and goodness of heart. Although the topic is leadership, this is more than a leadership manual: it’s a compendium of wisdom about how to deal more sensitively, humanely and effectively with people and institutions. If only this could be compulsory reading for everyone in power.
Founder, Good Country Index
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