Patterned after Dante’s Inferno, this book tells a story about a fictional leader who learns lessons about the use of power from people who have misused or abused it and are now paying the price..
Executives and others who have formal authority may be responsible for articulating strategies, changing directions, investing in technologies, and making high level resource tradeoffs, but it’s what everybody does that creates the real future. This book educates everybody about how to participate in, help shape, and thrive in change.
Every adult’s book about how to learn in the fast changing 21st Century where the ability to manage one’s own learning and change is key to personal (and organizational) agility, success, resilience, and fulfillment. Learn what neuroscientists, psychologists and adult development specialists know about the brain, and master 7 practices for learning mastery.
This is the Learning and Development Professional’s guide to creating, implementing and evaluating programs that help upgrade people’s learning skills WHILE they participate in corporate programs and other designed or curated learning experiences. More advanced learners – people with 21st Century lifelong learning mindsets and skills – mean better ROI from your programs and more curious and evolving people at work in general.
A practical, clear, and best-selling book that treats both parties in performance communications as active, shared responsibility players who contribute information, explore perspectives, and make conversations work in spite of power differences. The prize is purposeful, direct, and respectful communication where both parties give and receive information about goals, performance, problems, development and more.
This ground-breaking book presents participation as a practical way of thinking and working for personal and business resilience and success. You’ll learn how to build responsible engagement into 9 key operating features of any organization.