- Tapa dura: 320 páginas
- Editor: Adams Media Corporation (24 de junio de 2005)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 159337268X
- ISBN-13: 978-1593372682
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Creating WE: Change 'I' Thinking to 'We' Thinking and Build a Healthy, Thriving Organization (Inglés) Tapa dura – 24 jun 2005
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I. Me. Us. Them. These seemingly innocent pronouns have the power to completely stymie growth and erode unity within companies of all sizes - from privately owned small businesses to large conglomerates. Creating WE, by visionary executive coach Judith E. Glaser, goes to the root of the problem, showing how self-centered, unimaginative, noncollaborative "I-centric" work environments cause "cancer cells" to form in the workplace, dooming companies to failure. For small and large companies that can't seem to interact and communicate effectively from manager to staff, department to department, and division to division, Creating WE - the flagship book in Adams Media's new business imprint, Platinum Press - helps dissipate the cancer cells that continue to plague companies and hold them back from achieving the breakout success that is well within reach. The book has particular resonance for the myriad business entities that have been acquired, merged, restructured, downsized - or, in the midst of rapid growth and expansion, are unable to maintain the sense of unity they once had. By creating Glaser's revolutionary "WE" culture, everyone works toward the same common goal, turning the selfish, self-serving pronouns "they," "them," "their," and "I" into the magical word WE and achieving unparalleled results.
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Judith E. Glaser is an executive coach and organizational coach and president of a communications company. Her high-powered client list includes Pfizer; Clairol; IBM; Price Waterhouse Coopers; Revlon; PepsiCo; Slim-Fast; Donna Karan International; and Reader's Digest.
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Some of the innovative ideas in this book include: balancing the growth principle of an organization with the nurture principle, the connection between conversations and long-term institutional direction, the profound power of co-creating, leadership and the patterns in our brains and neurons (this alone is worth the price of the book), leadership and cultural boundaries, rewiring-revising-rebirthing, the new rules of engagement and the three new challenges faced by any leader, how to expand your comfort zone, people don't fear change--they fear pain, leading by opening space, and many others.
When Orrin Woodward and I wrote the book LeaderShift: A Call for Americans to Finally Stand Up and Lead, we made a case that American needs a lot more people to stand up and be leaders in our society. In Glaser's book, she outlines 7 leadershifts (yes, she uses that exact word) that teach us how to be better leaders.
This is an excellent book. It reminded me of the depth and excellence of Goleman's Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence,Launching a Leadership Revolution: Mastering the Five Levels of Influence by Brady and Woodward, and Christensen's The Innovator's Dilemma: The Revolutionary Book That Will Change the Way You Do Business. It belongs on your top leadership shelf right along with Gladwell's The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference, Collin's Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't, and Godin's Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us.
This is a must read for leaders.