“Save the World and Still be Home for Dinner” By Will Marre “When we make a genuine public commitment to help create a world of more opportunity and less pain and stress, people site up and pay attention. Whether we’re making a Promise to our company, our co-workers, or our friends, other people are energized […]Read more "Book: Save the World and Still be Home for Dinner"
“Move Your Bus: An Extraordinary New Approach to Accelerating Success in Work and Life” by Ron Clark Runner: “These individuals are working as hard as possible, and they essentially carry the load of the bus.” “Unfortunately, Runners tend to devote so much time to their job that they often neglect their personal lives.” “If you […]Read more "Book: Move Your Bus"
“LOVE ‘EM or LOSE ‘EM: Getting Good People To Stay” By Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-evans. “Love ’em leaders genuinely care about their people. They appreciate, nurture, grow, recognize, challenge, understand, and respect them. And they believe this is the job of being a leader.” “What will keep you here?” “What might entice you away?” […]Read more "Book: LOVE ‘EM or LOSE ‘EM"
“Intrinsic Motivation at Work: What Really Drives Employee Engagement” by Kenneth W. Thomas Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric, put it this way: “I think any company . . . has got to find a way to engage the mind of every single employee. . . . If you’re not thinking all the time about making […]Read more "Book: Intrinsic Motivation at Work"
Here are my notes from Inspiring and Motivating Individuals MOOC from Michigan on Coursera. Image credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/opensourceway/4504724163 Becoming a Visionary Leader Visionary Leadership Impact of visionary leadership on team performance Create and communicate the vision (6%) Most important during the time of uncertainty Structure the team (role, responsibilities, interdependence) (6%) Show consideration for individual team members (2%+) […]Read more "MOOC: Inspiring and Motivating Individuals"
“How Will You Measure Your Life?” by Clayton M. Christensen The book club at work are reading this book. So, I figured that I should give it a read as well. Given that the author is a Harvard Business School professor, the writing certainly reminded me of cases I read in business school. Although the […]Read more "Book: How Will You Measure Your Life?"