Zina Sutch, who has been leading development and diversity programs for the Federal government for 20 years, and currently serves in the Senior Executive Service joins Enterprise Radio. Sutch is Co-author of “Leading with Love and Laughter: Letting Go and Getting Real at Work”.
Enterprise Radio has teamed up with Author Channel for this episode.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Zina Sutch discuss the following:
- What made you want to write a book about love and laughter in the workplace?
- What is the reason that workplace leaders have avoided the topic love in their discussions about leadership?
- What does it mean to ‘love’ while at work?
- What is laughter at work?
- What is the reason why managers and other leaders have avoided laughing when it comes to their leadership style?
- How does science inform us on this subject?
Zina Sutch has been leading development and diversity programs for the Federal government for 20 years, and currently serves in the Senior Executive Service. Patrick Malone spent 23 years in the Navy and served as an officer in the Medical Service Corps. Zina is a professor and Patrick is the director of American University’s Key Executive Leadership Program. Their new book is Leading with Love and Laughter: Letting Go and Getting Real at Work (BK Publishers, Inc., May 25, 2021).
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