Polar Bear Pirates and Their Quest to Engage the Sleepwalkers
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BeschreibungPolar Bear Pirates are those who believe in life before death, who get things done and really make a difference. They are everyday people who deliver extraordinary results, day in, day out. The main focus of this book is about engaging and inspiring characters that we've all probably been guilty of being from time to time: The Sleepwalkers. Like workplace zombies, they are one hundred percent with you in body but they will never take that extra step beyond ordinary because, without realising it, their minds have drifted into sleep mode. So how do you motivate Sleepwalkers to want to get out of bed each day, climb their own mountains and make a difference in their workplace? This book is all about engaging and inspiring others. It's about getting the very best out of everyday people and inspiring them to deliver extraordinary results. It's about creating an environment that encourages people to grow and it's about helping them to realise that they make a difference, no matter what they bring to the table.
WHO ARE THE SLEEPWALKERS?
STEPPING BEYOND ORDINARY.
THE BEAUTIFUL PLANET COMPLACENCY.
GROWING PEOPLE IN A FAMILY ENVIRONMENT.
LOOK SIDEWAYS AS WELL AS VERTICALLY.
AMPS AND VAMPS.
THE SPERM THAT WON.
TNT STICKY PICTURE BOMBS - HANDLE WITH CARE!
WHY WAKE UP FOR YOU?
DON'T DO PERFECT.
DEVELOPING THEIR PICTURES TOGETHER.
MAKING TIME AND SPACE FOR THE BIG DOABLE STUFF.
YOUR GROUND RULES.
THE POWER OF PEERS.
GET OUT OF THAT BOX!
THE DENT YOU LEAVE BEHIND.
SIX POLAR BEAR PIRATE ATTITUDES FOR THE JOURNEY AHEAD.
POLAR BEAR PIRATE TERMINOLOGY.
ABOUT ADRIAN WEBSTER.
Pressestimmen'This is a management book like no other - you're going to laugh, cry...and come away with plenty to think about.' (The Bookbag.co.uk, May 2011).
Untertitel: Motivate Everyday People to Deliver Extraordinary Results. 1. Auflage. Illustrations. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2011
Seitenanzahl: 198 Seiten