Speaker Shola Richards: Making Work Work

Duke Theatre

One College Drive
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Explore workplace positivity and the powerful concept of Ubuntu ("I am, because we are") with author and positivity activist Shola Richards! His presentation of "Making Work Work" is Thursday Sept. 13 at 10:15a.m. in LTCC's Duke Theatre. All are welcome to attend this free event!

Shola Richards’ mission is to end generations of professional suffering, simply by changing how we treat each other at work. Whether it is helping people deal with soul-destroying bully bosses, passive-aggressive coworkers, or toxic work cultures that value competition and profit more than they value teamwork and their people - Shola is committed to leading the worldwide movement that will change all of it.

Shola is the best-selling author of "Making Work Work" (#1 New Release in the Workplace Culture category on Amazon), a workplace positivity expert, an award-winning Director of Training & Organizational Development for an elite Top-10 U.S. Hospital, and a positivity writer with a passionate worldwide following. His latest book, "Go Together," is available now. His articles have been read in over 160 countries, and his work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Forbes, Black Enterprise, Complete Wellbeing India, Business Insider Australia, and in numerous other publications that recognize him as an authority on workplace happiness and engagement.

As a speaker, Shola Richards has shared his transformative message with top universities, Silicon Valley, leading healthcare organizations, the motion picture industry, and in his greatest honor to date, as a keynote speaker for the Department of Homeland Security three days before the 15th Anniversary of 9/11, under the Obama Administration. He is also a father, husband, identical twin, and a self-professed “kindness extremist” who will not rest until bullying and incivility are extinct from the American workplace.

For more information, visit Shola Richards' website.

Thursday, 13 September, 2018

Contact:

Diane Lewis

Phone: (530) 541-4660 x. 716

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