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The 3 Drivers of Strong Relationships at Work with Author Shasta Nelson
From wellbeing to inclusion to innovation to working from home to productivity to happiness, it all comes back to relationships. When we have strong relationships we thrive and when we don't we struggle. In her new book, The Business of Friendship: Making the Most of Our Relationships Where We Spend Most of Our Time, Shasta Nelson, the leading expert on friendship and healthy relationships distills the research down to three core drivers. In this webinar, she will share the drivers and research behind them in engaging conversation with Imperative's CEO, Aaron Hurst.

After this webinar, you'll walk away with:

-Knowledge of the latest research regarding relationships in the workplace
-Insight into how specifically employees AND employers benefit from good relationships in the workplace
-Deep understanding of the three drivers of a good relationship
-Actionable ideas for how to create and build meaningful relationships at work

Nov 10, 2020 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Aaron Hurst
CEO and Co-Founder @Imperative
Aaron Hurst, the CEO and co-founder of Imperative, is the foremost expert on the science of purpose and fulfillment at work. In 2014, he brought global awareness to the rise of the fourth economic era in history, the Purpose Economy. Previously, as the founder of the Taproot Foundation, Aaron catalyzed the $15 billion pro bono service market. He has written for or been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg TV, Fast Company, MIT Sloan Management Review and was named a LinkedIn Influencer.
Shasta Nelson
Friendship Expert, Author, and Speaker
Shasta Nelson, a friendship expert, is a leading voice on loneliness and creating healthy relationships. Whether she’s speaking at conferences or on TEDx stages, giving media interviews to outlets such as The New York Times and The Washington Post, or appearing as a guest on The Harvard Business Review podcast or The Steve Harvey Show, she teaches all of us how to create healthier and more fulfilling relationships in our lives.