Are You Leading? Challenges & Triumphs How We Work Books, Papers & Reflections About ...

Are You Leading? Challenges & Triumphs How We Work Books, Papers & Reflections About ...

Books

Speak the Truth and Point to Hope: The Leader's Journey to Maturity
by Lisa Marshall

A powerful invitation to consider what it takes to be a grown-up leader today. Visit www.LeadershipMaturity.com to learn more.

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Smart Work: The Syntax Guide for Mutual Understanding in the Workplace
by Lisa Marshall & Lucy Freedman

Offers a detailed understanding of the behaviors that will bring out the best in every one and build Smart Work™ into the muscle of your organization.

 

 

2006 Pfeiffer Annual: Training
edited by Elaine Biech

The 2006 Pfeiffer Annual: Training, provides instant access to a wealth of knowledge about training and development, and proven tools that can be put to use with a minimum of preparation. Read Lisa Marshall's article titled, "Where Are the Grown-Ups? Developing Mature Leaders." Available through Wiley Publishers.

 

Learning Organizations: Developing Cultures for Tomorrow’s Workplace
edited by Sarita Chawla and John Renesch

A provocative collection of essays by thought leaders such as John Handy, Peter Senge, Daniel Kim, Lisa Marshall, Sue Bethanis and others.

 

 

The Thin Book of Trust; An Essential Primer for Building Trust at WorkThe Thin Book of Trust: An Essential Primer for Building Trust at Work
by Charles Feltman

This is a small book about a very important subject. With this book, you will learn how to build and maintain strong trusting relationships with others, and repair trust when it is broken, by being intentional and consistent in your language and actions. Understanding and consistently demonstrating trustworthy language and behavior will help you earn and keep the trust of the people you work with.

 

Saying No: A User's Manual
by Karen Bading

Saying No is the first is a series of "user's manuals" writeen for the five fundamental declarations, no, yes, I don't know, gratitude and forgiveness by SmartWorker Karen Bading. Part instruction manual, part reflection guide, these books are an invaluable resource and a critical tool on the journey of personal development.

 

Saying Yes: A User's Manual
by Karen Bading

In Saying Yes, the author, a leadership coach, explores saying Yes from day to day practices for asking for what you want and negotiating promises you can keep to the Radical Yes of your mission and purpose in the world. This book is like having a coach in your pocket.

 

The Smart Work Coaching Workbook
by Lisa Marshall

Designed to increase self-awareness and self-reflection, the Coaching Workbook supports any of our coaching offers. Copies are available through The Smart Work Company at $26 each plus S&H, contact us for purchase.

 

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