WE ARE DELIGHTFUL PRESENTS Three New Practices to Thrive in Hard Times
OH, AND DON’T FORGET YOUR FREE GIFTS!
Michael Bungay Stanier
His next book How to Work with (Almost) Anyone (arriving June 27th) shares how to build working relationships that are safe, vital, and repairable.
Michael has started two successful companies, coached Brené Brown on her podcast, and been a Rhodes Scholar … but his deepest success is taking pleasure in doing jigsaw puzzles with his wife of thirty years.
GIFT #1: CHAPTER OF HOW TO WORK WITH (ALMOST) ANYONE
The quality of your working relationships determines your success and your happiness.
Stop leaving it all to chance.
Build relationships that are safe, vital, and repairable.
One essential conversation.
Five powerful questions.
Your chance to build the best possible relationships with all the people who matter.
Tasha’s latest book, Insight, explores the connection between self-awareness and success. Insight is a Brené Brown Leadership/Business book, and Adam Grant calls it one of the three books he recommends most. More than 8 million people have viewed her 2017 TEDx talk.
GIFT #2: THE INSIGHT QUIZ
Self-awareness is the meta-skill of the 21st century.
How self-aware are you?
In the 5-minute Insight Quiz, you’ll fill out 14 questions and send the quiz to a friend, then get a report on your high-level self-awareness, plus a few tools to improve.
Liz Wiseman is a researcher and executive advisor who teaches leadership to executives around the world. She is the author of The New York Times bestseller Multipliers, and Wall Street Journal bestsellers Rookie Smarts and Impact Players.
Liz writes for Harvard Business Review, Fortune and a variety of other business and leadership journals. Liz has received the top achievement award for leadership from Thinkers50 and has been consistently named one of the world's top 50 management thinkers.
GIFT #3: CHAPTER OF IMPACT PLAYERS
The workplace is full of people who want to contribute in meaningful ways but don’t know how to make an impact. Others seem to understand how to make themselves valuable. They look for the most productive places to put their capability to use. We call them Impact Players. We studied these Impact Players and found they didn’t necessarily work any harder or any longer than their peers. However, there were five practices that made them stand out.
In this first chapter, discover the five key concepts and become an Impact Player!