Work flexibity is a central theme in books about productivity, wellness, parenthood, management, careers, changing demographics, work-life balance, and more. 1MFWF is pleased to share insights from a variety of authors in these interviews on why work flexibility matters and how to maximize its effectiveness, in our “Author Insights” series.
Katrina Alcorn's first book, MAXED OUT: American Moms on the Brink, is a brave memoir about her own experience with job burnout.
Ai-jen Poo, activist and author of The Age of Dignity, talks with us about the need for a new approach to caregiving in America.
Organization development expert Emily Klein talks with us about the book she co-authored, Workshift: Future Proof Your Organization for the 21st Century.
Philadelphia-based leadership/executive coach Julie Cohen talks with us about her book, Your Work, Your Life...Your Way: 7 Keys to Work-Life Balance.
Shay Chan Hodges talks with us about her book Lean On and Lead, a collection of 30 first-person narratives about juggling career with child-rearing.
Josh Allan Dykstra, a thought leader on the future of work and company culture design, talks with us about his latest book, Igniting the Invisible Tribe.
Charles Siegel, author of The Politics of Simple Living, explains the potential economic and social benefits of work-time choice.
Social psychologist Ron Friedman shares insights from his new book, The Best Place to Work: The Art and Science of Creating an Extraordinary Workplace.