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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Book Review:The Vibrant Workplace

We were sent a copy of The Vibrant Workplace so that we might review it.

The Vibrant Workplace is, in a way, meant as a follow up to the book The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace.  However, it can stand alone.  One does not have to have read the previous book to get a world of good out of this book.

One of the amazing things about The Vibrant Workplace is that Dr. Paul White actually acknowledges the weaknesses with this approach.  The major weakness being that most organizations have tried all the canned programs that are out there.

We are sure you are well aware of all those programs that have HR people pass out t-shirts, buttons, binders, and tote bags.  By the end of the first week, HR has everyone stand around and sing Kum-By-Ya.  Then they put away all the posters and everyone is supposed to work twice as hard for the rest of time.

The Vibrant Workplace is a different approach.  Dr. White acknowledges that there are some employees that just can’t be reached and some managers, supervisors, or executives that no one will trust.

The Vibrant Workplace is well written and gives the reader much to ponder.  We think that if you need to improve things in your workplace, a good reading of this book would be a great place to start. We do suggest that you read The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace along with this book.

On our scale of zero to five stars, with zero being terrible and five being great, we give The Vibrant Workplace a solid five stars.  So few books we see these days are Christian-friendly.  You know, even so-called professional books use street language that is inappropriate in a professional book.  Thankfully, The Vibrant Workplace uses only appropriate language.

We enjoyed reading it and think you will, too. 

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  1. Sounds like a good book. Unfortunately, many people are hard to deal with.

    1. This is true. This is why I like it when Suzanne and I can just stay home.


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