ThinkPlay Partners is a New York City based boutique publishing house which publishes the works of Saliha Bava, Ph.D and Mark Greene.
In The Relational Workplace, authors Dr. Saliha Bava and Mark Greene draw on decades of organizational, systems, and communication theory, research, and philosophy, to help us create more fully connected working lives. Bava and Greene have written a playful, accessible, and deeply impactful resource for co-creating human connection, especially across the vast range of intersectional differences that define our global human family.
As organizations institutionalize much needed anti-oppression, diversity, equity and inclusion (ADEI) policies, including diverse hiring practices, anti-racism training, equitable pay policies, family leave and more, employees are confronting a fundamental gap. It is the gap between crucially important organization-wide ADEI initiatives and the individual challenges we all face creating inclusive relationships in our daily workplace interactions and conversations.
In The Relational Workplace, Bava and Greene offer a wide range of capacities and frames for fostering our relational intelligence, making a powerful case for how relational practices can help grow ADEI cultures.
Learn how to Listen with Curiosity • Consider Context • Stay Playful • Hold Uncertainty • Ask Questions • Reframe Our Stories and more. Explore The Relational Discursive Loop, Man Box Culture Choice Point, and Culture of Curiosity as Shared Inquiry, powerful systemic frames for positive organizational ADEI transformation.
The Little #MeToo Book for Men
In just seventy-five pages, Greene explodes the bullying myths of our dominance-based Man Box culture of masculinity, inviting men out of isolation and into human connection.
“Concise, empowering, and at times radical, this book is a much- needed call to action for everyone.”
—Jennifer Brown, Founder, President and CEO, Jennifer Brown Consulting
Remaking Manhood is a collection Mark Greene’s most popular articles on parenting, fatherhood, and masculinity. At times, deeply emotional, Mark’s writing explores the vast generational narratives that define the daily lives of boys and men.
“Mark interweaves his own deeply personal stories with a salient and powerful deconstruction of manhood in America.”
—Lisa Hickey, CEO, Good Men Project
The Relational Book for Parenting uses comics, fables, articles, and games to help families grow their relationship superpowers in the daily back and forth of parenting. This joyful, accessible, parent-friendly book is designed to help raise a generation of young people who are better able to connect, collaborate, and innovate across differences.
“It’s such a sophisticated blend of theory and fun. The comic illustrations reinforce life-changing, culture-shaping ideas. It is brilliant!” -Bronwyn Leiataua
Remaking Manhood: The Battle Against Dominance-Based Masculine Culture (2017-2023) – In these newest writings from Mark’s work in the healthy masculinity movement (2017-2023), Greene takes us into the world of MRA’s, Incels and other masculinity extremists, deftly mapping the ways in which our bullying Man Box culture fuels male disconnection, extremism, illness, and early mortality.