Every organization faces challenges and hardships. The Only Leadership Book You'll Ever Need teaches leaders how to overcome their most difficult obstacle: employee engagement. By pinpointing specific areas leaders can focus on and change,
this book shows how one leader can effectively change the entire workplace environment-- for the better.
Topics addressed include:
- The 10 Keys to Workplace Excellence.
- The 11 Stupid Things Managers Do to Mess Up Workplace Excellence.
- 76 Strategies to Effectively Lead and Engage Employees.
Timely and accessible, The Only Leadership Book You'll Ever Need is an essential book for every executive and manager.
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About the Author
Peter Barron Stark and Jane Flaherty lead Peter Barron Stark Companies, a California firm that specializes in building organizations where employees love to come to work and customers love to do business. During the past 20 years, their firm has surveyed nearly 100,000 people around the world. The data from these surveys and the experience of working with leading organizations have positioned them as specialists in the art of developing corporate cultures that attract and retain loyal, engaged employees. They have authored several books including The Competent Leader and The Only Negotiating Guide You'll Ever Need, and have been featured in a variety of media, including the New York Times, USA Today, CNN, and NBC.
Table of Contents
Part 1 The Case for Workplace Excellence
Chapter 1 Become the Employer of Choice 23
Chapter 2 The 10 Keys to Workplace Excellence 29
Part 2 If You're a Manager Who Wants to Be a Leader, You Need Followers
Chapter 3 Being the Leader Who Makes a Difference 59
Chapter 4 11 Stupid Things Managers Do to Mess Up Workplace Excellence 73
Chapter 5 12-Step Recovery From Stupid Behaviors 93
Part 3 Creating Workplace Excellence
Chapter 6 The 76 Strategies 105
Part 4 The Outcomes of Workplace Excellence
Chapter 7 Priceless Outcomes 203
Chapter Notes 215
About the Authors 223