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Available for pre-order. Order now and get free extras. 

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Supporting employees as whole people is the key to long-term, sustainable business success. Creating a Whole-Person Workplace helps you attract the best talent, who then want to stay, become increasingly engaged, and treat your customers as whole people as well.

Whether you are a leader, supervisor, business owner or HR professional, The Whole-Person Workplace will help you develop ways to support your employees with the full range of their work-life challenges. This book will help you think about flexibility, work-from-home, parental leave, child-care, elder-care, wellness programs, educational benefits, vacation time, support for volunteerism, compensation & benefits, employee orientation, and workplace culture in new ways- and provide actionable advice for developing custom-fit solutions for your business and employees.

Check out my weekly Whole-Person Workplace videos. 2 minutes of advice from the book to help you build a workplace that works for everyone

"The resource for workplace success in

the post-Covid work world"


​"Many employers are struggling to adapt to a new post-Covid normal, and this book provides ideas and insights that will help them adjust to the future of work.

—Steve Nguyen, Vice President, Citrix

Talk about timely... The Whole Person Workplace offers ideas that will help employers right now.

—Brad Harrington, Executive Director, Boston College Center for Work & Family

Provides critical insights to help leaders develop cultures and teams that support long-term success.

—Sara Sutton, Founder and CEO of Flexjobs

A gold mine of actionable insights that any organization can implement and benefit from immediately.

—J. Bruce Tracey, Cornell University

"A must-read for today’s business leader. Would make a smart addition to any MBA curriculum.

—Ron Friedman, author of  Decoding Greatness

Pre-Order Now and Earn Free Extras!


The Whole-Person Workplace launches in August, but if you pre-order now, you get access to exclusive additional information and resources, and opportunities to speak with Scott and fellow book readers.

Pre-order 1-10 books and receive:

  • Monthly Whole-Person Workplace Quick Guides starting in July

  • The Whole-Person Workplace Checksheet to help you assess your workplace needs and available resources

  • Access to Whole-Person Workplace Minute videos

Pre-order 10 or more copies and also receive:

  • A half-hour session with Scott for you and your work team

  • Access to periodic conversations with other book readers


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About the author:

Scott Behson, PhD, is professor of management and Silberman Global Faculty Fellow at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is a national expert in work and family issues and the author of The Working Dad’s Survival Guide: How to Succeed at Work and at Home- the best-selling book of advice and encouragement for fathers trying to balance work and family, and We Hate Team Projects! A Friendly, Useful Guide for College Project Teams- in use in college classrooms everywhere, helping professors and college students enjoy and succeed in their team projects.


Scott is also an accomplished professional speaker and consultant who provides talks, workshops, webinars and keynote addresses for corporate clients, not-for-profit organizations and major conferences. He provides insight and perspective on whole-person workplaces, employer support for working parents, work and fatherhood, and related topics for some of the world’s leading companies. Scott was a featured speaker at the United Nations’ International Day of the Family and the White House’s Summit for Working Families. He is represented by the BrightSight Group.


He has published over 30 academic journal articles and book chapters, presented over 50 times at national and international conferences, and won eight awards for his teaching, research and service to students. Scott has written for Harvard Business Review, TIME, Fast Company, Success, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. He frequently appears in media, including CBS, MSNBC, NPR, Fox News and Bloomberg Radio.


Scott lives with his family in Nyack, NY, and is a graduate of Cornell University and SUNY Albany.