Todd Davis, Chief People Officer at FranklinCovey and author of "Get Better: 15 Proven Practices to Build Effective Relationships at Work" discusses the book's emphasis on the importance of workplace culture and relationships between employees. Davis notes that what is most important for each organization is to realize the value of each individual person and to treat them as a whole. We discuss this in reference to the sexual assault and harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the similar issues companies like Google and Uber have faced. Davis also discusses what he calls the "Pinball Syndrome" in the book, where sometimes employees confuse what is important with what is urgent. He also discusses his role of Chief People Officer at FranklinCovey and the importance of nurturing employees. We talk company culture and how every employee that is hired contributes to it. It is not just something that the CEO or founder sets. Davis also stresses the importance of each employee adding his or her own unique perspective and ability, which adds to that company culture.