A practical and entertaining book which demonstrates how to galvanize and enthuse oneself and others at work.
The subject of motivation has become highly topical: top managers have increasingly realized the importance of inspiring their staff, and a growing proportion of the work force now demands a more motivating environment in which to work.
Would you like to:
Motivate yourself – create a real vision of how you might succeed, and fulfil more of your own potential?
Get someone else motivated – so that you are recognized as a truly outstanding coach and confidence-builder, helping others to be greater than they thought possible, to ‘achieve wonderful things’?
Motivate someone to achieve a specific goal – ending up with fewer ‘awkward’ appraisal discussions with your staff, managers, and/or your children or partner?
If so, The Tao of Motivation will help you. It offers a few simple tools, tips and techniques which really work. Fun to read – full of succinct tips and practical examples, cartoons and illustrations, presented in an easily digestible, entertaining way. You will be able to see how a real-life manager develops as a motivating force within his team, within his business, and within his family. And, of course, you’ll see how the motivator of others first motivates him- or her-self.
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received the following reviews for The Tao of Motivation
The author successfully demystifies the murky world of motivation, and offers highly practical advice with customary insight and humour. (Ben Cannon - Director of Training and Development, Goldman Sachs & Co)
In sport, itís easy to have an exciting vision. In business, thatís often more difficult, but the process for turning that goal into reality is just the same. This book shows you how to make vision exciting and how to follow it through. (Greg Searle - Olympic Gold-Medallist and World Champion Oarsman).
Few investments are risk-free. Motivation is one of them. This practical and engaging guide helps to show you the way. (Adair Turner Ė as Director-General, Confederation of British Industries).
In a world of tight deadlines and heavy pressure, motivating people is more important then ever. The Tao of Motivation provides a wealth of practical tips, relevant stories and a good dose of humour. (Carolyn Fairbairn - Director of Strategy, BBC Worldwide).
This book is a rich and vivid mix of serious theory, witty practice and handy models. It left me full of ideas, prompted to swing into action, and of course Ö thoroughly motivated. (Rita Clifton - Chief Executive, Interbrand).
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Book Description HarperCollins Business, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. The Tao of Motivation: Inspire Yourself and Others This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. See all our books here, order more than 1 book and get discounted shipping. . Bookseller Inventory # 7719-9780002570312
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