Enter now for your chance to win a bundle of our some of our most iconic early books on putting people first, including EMPOWERMENT TAKES MORE THAN A MINUTE by Ken Blanchard/John Carlos/Alan Rudolph, THE POWER OF PURPOSE by Richard Leider, THE POWER OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP by Robert Greenleaf, LOVE 'EM OR LOSE 'EM by Bev Kaye and Sharon-Jordan-Evans, and LEADERSHIP & SELF-DECEPTION by the Arbinger Institute!
**This contest runs now through August 30th. Check back next month for a new giveaway!**
Empowerment Takes More Than a Minute (1996) by Ken Blanchard, John Carlos, and Alan Randolph
Empowerment Takes More Than a Minute is the best selling management book that shows how releasing employees' full potential and instilling a responsibility-oriented culture remains the best way to compete in a "do more with less" business climate. In this new edition of one of the most effective business fables ever written, coauthors Blanchard, Carlos and Randolph illustrate three simple (although not easy-to-achieve) keys that organizations can use to effectively tap into the knowledge, experience, and motivation power that people already have.
The Power of Purpose (1997) by Richard Leider
The Power of Purpose provides a detailed and practical process for uncovering your purpose. Leider argues that purpose is fundamental to health, healing, and happiness. Purpose gives us the will not just to live but to live long and well. The good news is, purpose isn’t a luxury reserved for a gifted few but something each one of us already possesses. In this new edition of his bestselling classic, legendary personal coach Richard Leider offers brand-new tools and techniques for discovering it.
The Power of Servant Leadership (1998) by Robert Greenleaf
The Power of Servant Leadership is a collection of nine compelling essays on servant-leadership by Robert Greenleaf, a former AT&T executive. Greenleaf, who coined the term 'servant leadership' over 30 years ago, provides some of his best insights into its nature and practice, and shows his continual refinement of the servant-as-leader concept. In addition, several of the essays in this volume focus on the related issues of spirit, commitment to vision, and wholeness.
Love 'Em or Love 'Em (1999) by Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans
Since employees who walk out the door cost their companies up to 200 percent of their annual salaries to replace, retention is one of the most important issues facing businesses today. And with so many surveys reporting that employees are unhappy and not working up to their full potential, engagement is a second serious and costly issue. The latest edition of this Wall Street Journal bestseller offers twenty- six simple strategies-from A to Z- that managers can use to address their employees' real concerns and keep them engaged.
Leadership and Self-Deception (2000) by the Arbinger Institute
Since its original publication in 2000, Leadership and Self- Deception has become a word-of-mouth phenomenon. Its sales continue to increase year after year, and the book’s popularity has gone global, with editions now available in over twenty languages. Through a story everyone can relate to about a man facing challenges on the job and in his family, the authors expose the fascinating ways that we can blind ourselves to our true motivations and unwittingly sabotage the effectiveness of our own efforts to achieve success and increase happiness. The book shows how to consistently tap into an innate ability that dramatically improves both your results and your relationships.
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