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Why is it that more and more people like their work, but can no longer support the conditions under which they must practice it? What is impeding the improvement of occupational health and organizational effectiveness? The authors share their knowledge of the missing pieces that are preventing these improvements to the workplace.

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Why is it that more and more people like their work, but can no longer support the conditions under which they must practice it? What is impeding the improvement of occupational health and organizational effectiveness? The authors share their knowledge of the missing pieces that are preventing these improvements to the workplace.
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JEAN-PIERRE BRUN is Executive Director at Stimulus (Paris, France) and professor in management at Université Laval, Quebec, Canada. He was a guest professor at the Lancaster University Management School, in the United Kingdom. A recipient of the Hermès award for excellence in research from Université Laval, he has also won the Canadian Workplace Wellness Pioneer Award. Brun has written many articles in academic and trade journals. His services are often sought as a scientific advisor, as a guest speaker and as a management consultant for occupational health and safety or occupational mental health management. www.jeanpierrebrun.com. CARY COOPER is Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University, UK. He was Founding Editor of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Editor of the journal Stress and Health, President of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and Chair of the think tank The Sunningdale Institute in the UK's National School of Government. He has a number of Honorary Doctorates from a number of universities and received an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians. Professor Cooper was honoured with a CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the Queen's Birthday Honours List in 2001. Honorary fellowship for Cary Cooper http://www.lums.lancs.ac.uk/news/18953/honorary-fellowship-for-cary-c
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'I am delighted to add my voice to those who see in this work a defining break-through in insight and savvy so important to the conduct of workplaces and organizational management. "Missing Pieces" makes it clear that the 21st Century will be more about human relations than human resources in the contemporary workplace. This is a message that the hardest of hard-nosed managers need to hear.' - Bill Wilkerson, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO, Global Business and Economic Roundtable on Addiction and Mental Health and General Chairman, US/Canada Forum on Mental Health& Productivity

'With increasing business competition, the need for employee engagement, effectiveness and productivity has never been greater. Successful businesses recognise the contribution employee well-being can bring but many fail to understand or implement coordinated approaches. The authors, from years of experience, bring clarity to the subject and provide a succinct and strategic approach to successfully implementation. This is a 'must read' for CEO's, and Human Resource Managers.' - Dr David C Batman, Head of Employee Wellness, Nestle UK and Ireland

'It's about the people, not the numbers. This book articulates and answers the most important question in human enterprise. What is missing? People are not by nature unhappy nor are organizations by design inefficient. People are designed by their creator and organizations by their creators to do great and wonderful things, and they do. Is it not a miracle to place a man on the earth's moon and return him safely? That is miraculous. So, something is missing when things go wrong. Brun and Cooper tell us what is missing and they tell us how to fill in the hole. This book should not go missing from the manager's shelf.' - Professor James Campbell Quick, Executive Director, Goolsby Leadership Academy, University of Texas at Arlington
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