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Mark Briggs – What is the Butterfly Impact?

Saturday, February 26, 2022 @ 10am

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Do you feel like your work and personal life are pulling you in opposite directions? Like the more you’re there for one, the less you’re there for the other?

After his family was torn apart—twice—former journalist Mark Briggs launched a full-scale investigation into work-life balance. What he discovered was a surprising framework of small, simple changes that can send powerful ripple effects throughout your life—both at work and at home.

On this episode of the HR Power Hour, host CMA’s David Ciullo talks with Mark Briggs, author of his fourth book, The Butterfly Impact; Resilience, Resets, and Ripples. We discuss practical activities to help you develop your balance and excel in your career while thriving in your personal life.

About The Guest:

Mark Briggs is a management consultant, helping Fortune 500 companies modernize their operations, culture, and leadership by facilitating cutting-edge transformations.

Also a speaker, trainer, and consultant in digital transformation and innovation, Mark has worked with groups across the United States, Europe, China, and the Middle East over the past fifteen years. He is the author of three books and a professor of leadership and change management at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.