Cristina DiGiacomo is the world’s first industrial philosopher and a best selling author of “Wise Up At Work.” She not only has 20 years experience as a purpose-driven executive business woman, but also spent ages studying the greatest thinkers of all time. Now, Cristina DiGiacomo helps leaders overcome their most challenging obstacles with the most vital skill any of us have– our wisdom.
As the Founder of MorAlchemy, Cristina helps companies create and implement strategies for employee engagement, leadership development, company values, and integrity development.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Cristina DiGiacomo talks about what industrial philosophy means and how it connects with organizational purpose
- The benefits of industrial philosophy using the New York Times as an example
- Cristina shares the story behind her New York Times success and how her industrial philosophy idea became a department
- Tips on how companies can begin to use industrial philosophy to transform their business
- Cristina gives her insights on how companies can bring purpose to life in order to achieve something new
In this episode…
There’s no better time for organizations to dive into industrial philosophy than now. Why? Because everyone is in the process of coping with the pandemic and what is deemed to be the “new normal” and this is the best time for people to look into things that can better themselves and the work that they do. But what exactly is industrial philosophy and how is it relevant to business and success?
Cristina DiGiacomo is the world’s first industrial philosopher and she says industrial philosophy is about applying philosophical principles and ideas for the benefit of the individual at work and the organization as a whole. It is how organizations connect with their employees to create a culture of truth that promotes a healthy workplace for maximum productivity and meaningful work.
In this episode of Drive Profit with Purpose, Fran Biderman-Gross interviews Cristina DiGiacomo of MorAlchemy about the meaning and importance of industrial philosophy and the vital role it plays in companies and their teams. She shares how industrial philosophy came to be during her time with the New York Times, the new doors it’s opening for businesses in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how having purpose can drive companies to the pinnacle of their success. Stay tuned.
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