Cathy Fyock

Your life’s work is too important to simply begrudge and endure.

A business parable for the ages, Hallelujah! will help you to “hear the music” at work and to believe in the dignity of life’s labors. When Susan is unexpectedly promoted to store manager, productivity falls, tension rises, and the best employees begin to leave. Soon, Susan becomes bitter and cynical about the job she used to love. But when Susan takes a friend’s suggestion and joins a local choir, she learns more about compassion, humility, and everyday grace—and she begins to transform her job into a place of purposeful work. Hallelujah An Anthem for Purposeful Work takes business parables in a different and beautiful direction. The main narrative is driven by believable characters, simple presentation, and situations that anyone could realistically encounter. The narrative is wrapped up by a series of Testaments, or statements of principle aimed at helping readers to bring purpose into their own work and lives.

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Hallelujah for Engaged Employees!

Work is a four-letter word. But it doesn’t have to be penance.

We’ll spend approximately half of our adult lives working. It should be no surprise that our happiness, well-being, and positivity will be largely determined by our engagement and satisfaction with our work. Our life’s work is central to how we think about ourselves and how we engage with the world around us.

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About the Author

Cathy Fyock, CSP, SPHR energetically brings messages about creating better workplaces. For more than 20 years she has developed inspirational learning events for conferences, meetings, and conventions, and has served on the faculty for the Society for Human Resource Management. She is credentialed as a Certified Speaking Professional, and is Lifetime Certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources.

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