Special Guest: Mark Minutas & Gaurav Bhatnagar: Authors of ‘Unfear: Transform Your Organization to Create Breakthrough Results and Well-Being’
Gaurav Bhatnagar and Mark Minukas are authors of the widely acclaimed book “Unfear: Transform Your Organization to Create Breakthrough Results and Well-Being” The Unfear book is the synthesis of learnings from the last two decades of Gaurav and Mark’s professional lives, working co-creatively with organizations to deliver performance and culture transformations that put the human beings that make up the organization at the very center, proving that you don’t have to make a false choice between performance and wellbeing of the people who make up the organization, you can achieve both.
In this timely and essential guide, Gaurav Bhatnagar and Mark Minukas present a proven approach to workplace anxiety that reduces stress, boosts well-being, and overcomes blocks that get in the way of success. It begins with changing our relationship with fear, and then developing strategies that improve outlook and performance, leading to greater profits, sustainable growth, and personal rewards. It’s only possible with a culture of unfear.
Gaurav Bhatnagar, based in Stamford CT, is the founder of Co-Creation Partners and has dedicated more than two decades to helping organizations thrive and achieve breakthrough performance. Since founding Co-Creation Partners in 2010, he has designed and led programs and workshops for private, public, and social-sector clients across multiple industries, including financial services, basic materials, manufacturing, health care, and technology. Prior to founding Co-Creation he was a consultant with McKinsey and Co., most recently as a leader in their Organization Practice as a leader. Before McKinsey, he worked in marketing in Pepsi Cola and Procter and Gamble in Europe, Middle East and India.
Mark Minukas, based in Washington DC, is the managing partner of Co-Creation Partners. An engineer by training, he began his career as a Navy officer and member of the US Naval Construction Battalions (Seabees) and the Navy Dive Community. In 2005, he brought his experience and insights on human and organizational factors in engineered systems to McKinsey and Company, where he worked as a consultant and member of the Operations Practice. There, he mastered the technical aspect of organizational transformation and process improvement, as well as the cultural side of transformation. Since leaving McKinsey to join Co-Creation Partners, Mark has worked across multiple industries, including financial services, technology, manufacturing, IT services, and governmental offices, to deliver both top- and bottom-line improvements and build high-performing operations.
Join us as we discuss putting the human beings that make up the organization at the very centre.
Host: Jo Moffatt