Are you letting your employees shine?
Today’s workplace is a pressure cooker— even the most talented people struggle to sort through an influx of information, relentless demands, and unprecedented stress. And so your job as manager becomes even harder. How, in a world of intensifying competition and economic stress, can you help people shine their brightest and perform at their best, day in and day out? How can you keep your star players inspired?
In Shine, best-selling author, psychiatrist, and ADD expert Edward Hallowell combines brain science with performance research to offer a proven process to help you do just that. Hallowell’s five-step process pulls from his own work of helping people overcome their problems to become more productive in everyday life. Shine will help you:
Brimming with the candor and warmth that millions of readers and listeners have come to expect, Hallowell’s Shine is a vital new resource for all managers seeking to inspire excellence in their teams.
©2011 Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. (P)2011 Gildan Media Corp
“If you listen to Shine, it will make your life and everyone with whom you interact shine as well. It’s a must-listen for anyone who cares about bringing out the best in people." (Ken Blanchard)
This is valuable information in first making sure people are in the right position within an organization and then it presents ways to bring out their best performance in those positions. Every step is clearly laid, with a good balance of stories to bring them to life. I see that this information would also be very beneficial in the hiring process of a company, to hire the right person for a particular position and then bring out the shine in them.
In this important book, Hallowell shows you how to bring out the best in people. The practical lessons are great for whatever stage of career you're in. His insights will help make life better for you and those around you.
This is easy to listen too and has simple fundamental approaches that can be easily overlooked. Like, really getting to know your staff and helping them to get to know themselves. And how connectedness to the organization, the goals, the values, the team is critical for motivation.
It's uncomplicated, honest and inspiring
The story of Mr Shine - loved his attitude
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