When personality clashes and ego battles predominate the workplace, no amount of money in the world is enough to justify continued employment. In an age when Americans spend more than half their waking hours either at work or performing a function related to work, it is important that the workplace be a healthy community rather than a chaotic battleground. When Money Is Not Enough offers the premise that work can indeed enhance our lives as well as pay the bills. The book is neither pro-employer nor pro-employee in its approach. Instead, it encourages increasing interdependency among all staff members to create a healthy work environment. Author Eileen R. Hannegan, MS, says that approaching the workplace as a community or healthy family is the key to resolving work-related problems.
Eileen was one of the first Organizational Development consultants to introduce coaching into business in 1989. Author of two books and numerous articles, she has coached many business professionals, executives, teams and managers, and has mentored numerous coaches. She has more than twenty years of consulting and coaching experience. She has held positions on the national board of the Professional Coaches and Mentors Association (PCMA) and was the founding president of the San Diego Chapter of PCMA. She is a faculty member of the Executive Coaching Division of Cornerstone International Group and Lead Trainer with the Cornerstone Institute. Eileen has a bachelor of science degree in organizational behavior and a master of science in human resources and organizational development from the University of San Francisco. She is the principal owner of San Diego Master Coaches, LLC, which is an Approved Provider for Continuing Coaching Education Units (CCEUs) by the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Publisher: Atria Books/Beyond Words (December 13, 2011)