Inside this audio book is the key to unlock your best performance. StandOut, the revolutionary new audio book and online assessment tool from Marcus Buckingham, is the result of extensive research, statistical testing, and analysis of the world’s top performers. From the co-author of Now, Discover Your Strengths and the recognized leader of the strengths movement, StandOut unveils your top two Strength Roles and offers sharp, practical ideas that professionals and managers in any organization can use to find their edge and win at work. Take StandOut and discover how you can win.
Please note: When you purchase this title, you will be emailed a unique ID that provides access to accompanying online material.
©2011 Marcus Buckingham (P)2011 Oasis
The StandOut assessment and guidebook provided some great insight into my strengths and how to capitalize on them. The beginning of the book has some background history on the development of StandOut. After that section it contains all of the code descriptions that appear in individual assessment reports.
The audible site stated that an assessment key would be emailed to purchasers of the audio book. After speaking with Audible support, and waiting a few more days, I still had not received a key to take the assessment. However, at a certain point into the audio it gives the publisher's phone number, and after calling them I was able to get a key.
Yes but take your strength test first so you can focus on your top two in the book. Reading this from cover to cover is not what this book is designed for.
I would recommend it however, it would be best to take the test after the intro and then focus on where your strengths fall. Great team building exercise and getting to know the people you work with and how to utilize everyone's strengths.
Chargin' hard cuz there too much diem to carpe!
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I will reference many times for my personal growth and management style.
I appreciate the emphasis on teams and the use of strengths in teams. Reminds me of Strength's Based Leadership, another great book!
This book cannot be consumed properly in an audio format. From chapter 4 to chapter to chapter 11 of the 13 total chapters its a very repetitive description of different personality types. Chapters 1 to 3 and 12 are great source of information, but having to listen to the monotony of the descriptive chapters is a sheer attack against the brain. Do yourself a favor and buy this book in print instead.
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