Through our publishing division ACHIEVE Publishing, we have four book titles available for purchase:

Don't Blame the Lettuce: Insights to Help You Grow as a Leader and Nurture Your Workplace Culture

Image of cover for Don't Blame the Lettuce bookThis book explores a variety of leadership topics that will help you meet challenges, respond to opportunities, and nurture a healthy workplace culture in new and innovative ways. Although there are insights about vision, strategies, and innovation, you will learn that you must first focus on people to be productive and thrive as an organization.

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The Culture Question: How to Create a Workplace Where People Like to Work

Workplace culture is the most significant factor that influences employee engagement, work relationships, and job satisfaction. By exploring six key elements that make up a healthy workplace culture, this book answers two fundamental questions: “How does your organization’s culture impact how much people like where they work?” and “What can you do to make it better?”

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The Ordinary Leader: 10 Key Insights
for Building and Leading a Thriving Organization

An ordinary leader is someone who leads a small organization or team that is doing great things. Author Randy Grieser presents 10 key insights for building and leading a thriving organization. Writing for leaders everywhere, he inspires, motivates, and explains how to make each insight a reality in your organization.

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A Little Book About Workplace Culture

One of the most meaningful things we can do with our time is to help to create workplaces where people like to work.  Our hope is that this book will be the spark that ignites conversations in workplaces about the importance of healthy workplace cultures.

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A Little Book About Trauma-Informed Workplaces

A Little Book About Trauma-Informed Workplaces book cover imageEvery workplace, from any sector, can benefit from becoming trauma-informed. Trauma-informed workplaces understand and recognize the presence of trauma, acknowledge the role trauma can play in a person’s life, and promote work environments that support the individual and collective well-being of all staff and clients.

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