The solution to the Sunday Scaries? Feeling connected at work.
The Business of Friendship is a guide for business leaders and employees to increase belongingness at work and, in turn, boost employee retention, engagement, collaboration, and profitability and decrease stress and burnout. Shasta's book reveals the three essentials of creating healthy interpersonal relationships and addresses the biggest fears around workplace friendships, such as favoritism, confidentiality, romantic attractions, and more.
With the constant connectivity of today’s world, it’s never been easier to meet people and make friends—but it’s never been harder to form meaningful relationships.
Frientimacy is a blueprint for turning acquaintances and casual friendships into deep, supportive connections. In her second book, Shasta explores the most common complaints and conflicts facing friendships today and provides strategies for overcoming these pitfalls to reach a level of trust that she calls “frientimacy.”
Shasta’s debut work on how women can make and maintain meaningful and lasting friendships in a busy and ever-changing world.
Through how-to tips, guiding questions, and activities, Shasta shows us how to find friends and deepen our existing friendships, increase vulnerability safely, and respond to friendship threats like jealousy and judgment