"Everybody Matters" How to post a comment for the Book Study

Welcome to the People Centric Project!

Our purpose is to collectively define the ideals behind being "People Centric." We aim to share best practices and learn from each other as to how best we, as leaders, can become a catalyst in the lives of the people we serve. 

To help guide our discussion, we will use the Book Study questions designed for the book Everybody Matters by Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia.  You can click here to download the Book Study questions.

We'll ask you to read one chapter every week over the course of 13 weeks. Every Monday at 7 am, we will post questions related to that’s weeks reading.  During the week, we ask that you, your leadership or whoever is going through the book study with you, share a summary of your thoughts and insights.  Our goal is to create a learning environment where we can all benefit from each other’s perspectives.

Steps to Post a Comment:

1) Go to www.peoplecentricproject.com/bookstudy                                                                        

2)     To read each book study question, click on the title of the “blog”.  This will take you to that week’s questions.                                                                                                                               

3)     Click on Post a Comment.                                                                                                          

4)     Provide your thoughts, insights and perspective.  The posts should be written to serve the community.  Every response is an opportunity to enhance the experience of this book study and to share your experience and expertise for others to learn from.  

5)      Once you click the Post A Comment button, you will asked to provide your name, email and company URL.  You can just enter your name and email then click post and your comment will be submitted for review. 

If you have any questions or posted a blog that needs to be modified, please contact us at info@peoplecentricproject.com.

Gary BakerComment