“Why should you care about Wired to Care? Because this book will not only make you better at business-it will make you better at life! Buy it, read it, and then practice what it preaches.”
- Alan M. Webber, co-founder of Fast Company magazine

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Laura Galloway
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Empathy Loves Company

January 2, 2009 2:49pm

I was delighted to speak with BusinessWeek’s innovation editor Reena Jana about Wired to Care for an episode of the magazine’s Innovation of the Week podcast. It was a fun conversation, and we ended up talking about some issues we discuss in the book that rarely come to light.

Listen to the full podcast!

‘Wired to Care’ eBook Now On Sale

December 28, 2008 9:06pm

We’re still a few weeks away from getting the hardcover into stores, but our publisher Financial Times Press has just made Wired to Care available as an eBook through its site if you’re not in the mood to wait. It’s cheaper than the hardcover, and far more suited to reading on an iPhone, presumably.

‘Wired to Care’ Featured on ‘Living Brands’ TV Show

December 22, 2008 5:53pm

We had a great time chatting about Wired to Care a few weeks back with Raymond Nadeau, author of Living Brands and one of the sharpest minds in the marketing and branding world. The TV interview is now available for streaming at ScribeMedia. Together, we dive deep into the implications of viewing business as a fundamentally human practice, and how empathy can help to deliver sustainable growth for organizations of all kinds.

View the Show!

A Conversation with Innovation Guru Dev Patnaik

October 17, 2008 9:51am

Not too long ago, I sat down with Ellen Gibson of Fast Company to share my thoughts on the magazine’s list of the fifty most innovative companies on earth. Though I think a list of the world’s most empathic companies is a lot more interesting, it was definitely a worthwhile conversation.

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