“Rules of Engagement” is your guide to the “Purposeful Workplace Experience™” (PWE), a methodology developed by Carolyn Swora to help create thriving organizational cultures, regardless of the business climate.

In “Rules of Engagement”, Carolyn Swora draws on 20 years’ experience as a senior leader in a highly volatile industry to present a new way of thinking, leading, and working that addresses the complexity and overwhelm of modern working life so that your employees can develop new skills to thrive in this workplace of the future—a workplace that has rapidly become the workplace of today!

Look around the typical workplace. People are overwhelmed. They’re unengaged; or worse, disengaged. At home and at work, the world is changing too fast, and people simply can’t cope. No matter how skilful someone is, faced with a barrage of new information, unstructured data, and “disruptive” technologies, they simply don’t get the opportunity to leverage those skills, let alone “shine” in their role. Now add into that mix markets in turmoil, an ever-shifting competitive landscape, and increasingly sophisticated and demanding customers.

 

“Rules of Engagement” is now available as a paperback ($19.99) or Kindle edition ($3.82) on Amazon. Check out the reviews below!

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“The smart, sensible manual puts a novel spin on corporate culture”. Read the review. ➔

Kirkus Review

“The smart, sensible manual puts a novel spin on corporate culture, is well-thought-out, and has a good mix of theory and workplace examples. One example, which threads throughout the book, adds a very personal angle. It is the author’s own heart-wrenching experience facing a crisis in her personal life as she tries to balance it against her work responsibilities.”
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”In Rules of Engagement, Carolyn Swora draws on 20 years’ experience as a senior leader in a highly volatile industry”. Read the review. ➔

Kirkus Review

“The smart, sensible manual puts a novel spin on corporate culture, is well-thought-out, and has a good mix of theory and workplace examples. One example, which threads throughout the book, adds a very personal angle. It is the author’s own heart-wrenching experience facing a crisis in her personal life as she tries to balance it against her work responsibilities.”
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“Rules of Engagement by Carolyn Swora stands out from so many other books”. Read the review. ➔

Kirkus Review

“The smart, sensible manual puts a novel spin on corporate culture, is well-thought-out, and has a good mix of theory and workplace examples. One example, which threads throughout the book, adds a very personal angle. It is the author’s own heart-wrenching experience facing a crisis in her personal life as she tries to balance it against her work responsibilities.”