Late Fall 2019
Rosie's latest book is underway and will be published by Conscious Capitalism Press. Along with her co-author, Dr. Jon Robison, they uncover what it takes for organizations to thrive in a complex world where disruption is the new norm; they present case studies, research and compelling stories and examples of how businesses can actually be a source of healing – restoring hope and wellbeing while being extraordinarily successful at the same time. And it doesn't have to start at the C-suite. They provide a framework and tips for how people at all levels can step up as a leader and influence positive change within their workplace.

July 2013

Rosie was featured in an Expert Interview with WELCOA (Wellness Councils of America) where she discusses the need to move beyond traditional wellness programs and instead focus on sustainability via creating a world-class culture.

Expert Interviews

March 2011

Rosie served as a contributing author to Organizational Development in Health Care:  High Impact Practices for a Complex and Changing Environment, which serves as a guidebook for leaders in healthcare. Rosie's Chapter Title is Intrinsic: The Missing Link to Creating a Culture of Well-Being and Employee Engagement. (Information Age Publishing)

November 2016

Rosie and her business partner, Jon, were featured in an Expert Interview with WELCOA (Wellness Councils of America) where they discuss The Fusion of Organizational Development and employee wellbeing; distinguish culture from climate; and discuss important considerations and metrics for building a thriving workplace culture. 

(Note: free download from WELCOA's website)

Previous Books

Transformation through Better Thinking(TM)

 

Publications & Writings to Challenge Your Thinking on Organizational Wellbeing.

Featured Book

Other Articles and Publications

December 2014
Rosie's new book is here and has received GREAT reviews!. It takes a close look at organizational and employee wellbeing; what they are and what they are not, why traditional approaches to promoting them are less effective than we would like and what can be done to help improve them. Along with her co-author, Dr. Jon Robison, they separate fact from fiction, rhetoric from reality and provide a step- by-step blueprint for transforming workplaces into world-class cultures in which both individuals and organizations will thrive.

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