Author Led Book Club: Do Good At Work with Fortune 500 purpose advisor Bea Boccalandro

 


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March 10th, 2020 at 2 pm EST we host author Bea Boccalandro, author of Do Good At Work.


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Do Good At Work Bea BoccalandroIgnite Work with Purpose

A conversation with Fortune 500 purpose advisor and author of Do Good At Work, Bea Boccalandro
Whatever job you have, make it meaningful. Make it bright. Make it wonderful. Make it a springboard to outrageous success. Bea Boccalandro will show you how. Her new book Do Good At Work, was selected by three-time New York Times bestselling author and Wharton professor Adam Grant as one of the 30 new books to read. Join us in an hour of part strategizing and part party that will leave you inspired to infuse every workweek with purpose.

Author biography

Bea is author of Do Good At Work: How Simple Acts of Social Purpose Drive Success and Wellbeing (New York: Morgan James Publishing, 2021). Bea also founded and runs VeraWorks, a global firm that advises companies on their social purpose efforts and teaches this topic at Georgetown University and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Bea’s clients include Disney, Eventbrite, FedEx, HP, John Hancock, IBM, Levi’s, PwC, TOMS Shoes and Toyota.

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2 Responses to “Author Led Book Club: Do Good At Work with Fortune 500 purpose advisor Bea Boccalandro”

  1. I just wanted to second your recommendation for Do Good Work, a marvelous book. I picked it up last week and had trouble putting it down. I had been feeling, for lack of a better term, burned out with my current work. I felt a little light reading might help, so I bought this book. The rest is history, but it was cool to see it mentioned here. Keep up the great work.

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