Obviously, organizations have to be effective at producing key products and services. But part of that effectiveness agenda needs to reflect a concern for the people who make important outcomes possible. In short, organizations need to be good at what they do and good for the people who provide the energy, skills and creativity that translate goals into results. A myopic focus on profits, production goals, or service excellence at the expense of workplace health inevitably leads to problems. When we create and sustain toxic workplaces, we mortgage the organization’s future and erode its human capital. Enjoy the wisdom of Dr. Sandy Cotton, a master at guiding readers down the path of creating thriving workplaces.