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Tom's new book, The Little BIG Things, is a compendium of 163 ways to pursue excellence—with tips ranging from the blatantly obvious, "Show Up! (It's a Start.)" and "It's All About … the Quality of the Workforce," to the wildly counterintuitive, "Boring Is Beautiful" and "Reward DNK (Do Not Know)," to the often repeated, "The Customer Is 'She.'" Begun as a repackaging of the Success Tips from our blog, this book became so much more as Tom worked and reworked its contents. Now, its main message is that EXCELLENCE is the result of many small tasks, all of which can be practiced and mastered. The Little BIG Things are meant to be sampled, a bit at a time. As Tom says in the Introduction, "My colleagues and I mostly expect you to read the book while sitting on the toilet. (Literally or figuratively.) That is, we hardly imagine that you'll breathlessly read the whole thing from start to finish. Instead, I imagine you'll look at this idea or that—and I obviously hope that a few will be compelling enough to induce you to take action."More Details
Ask any leader: What would you give to have an entire company full of committed employees willing to go the extra mile? For all your people to work together as a unified force, knowing exactly what they do, and why they do it? Featuring illuminating stories, interviews, and profiles of leaders from a variety of fields, Lead with Purpose shows readers how to take their organizations to the next level with renewed focus and improved direction. The book gives readers practical tips and techniques to: • Instill a sense of ownership • Ensure that organizational purpose is understood and acted upon • Encourage resourcefulness and flexibility • Communicate a narrative that will drive the organization • Harness creativity and the desire to succeed • Transform a shared vision into real results • Develop the next generation of leaders It’s a leader’s job to provide his people’s work with meaning. Lead with Purpose shows you how it’s done.More Details
Cos’è l’invisibile? Talvolta anche le storie lo possono essere. Quando tutto accade, anche in positivo, spesso non si ha voce o voglia di parlarne. Ecco allora che arriva la storia ed è lo stesso docente tutor che la racconta.
La storia accade nel 1999 in un piccolo comune del Sud, a Montemesola, in provincia di Taranto che l’autore descrive come: "un piccolo comune dell’area interna tarantina sud-orientale, proprio adagiato sulla collina più alta della murgia martinese, in un alternarsi di declivi come una fanciulla addormentata sulla cresta di un’onda”.
Un piccolo dramma sconvolge un gruppo di lavoratori, in parte donne, di un’azienda tessile che fa spalline; il titolare dell’impresa sparisce e delocalizza la sua azienda in Albania.
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Muestra el conflicto como una buena oportunidad para encontrar nuevas vías para evolucionar de forma positiva.
Las personas somos “animales sociales” y, como tales, entramos muchas veces en competición y, de ahí, es de donde surgen los llamados “Conflictos interpersonales”. Los autores nos presentan en este libro el modelo Conflict Mentoring, un mapa de relaciones humanas que permite comprender y afrontar la situación de conflicto, de manera que cada actor implicado pueda identificar su posición y conocer las vías de salida. Se muestra el conflicto de forma positiva, cómo modo de evolucionar e innovar.
-Ilustrado con casos y ejercicios de aplicación.
-Lectura amena y sencilla con prácticos consejos.
-La obra aporta las herramientas para afrontar y resolver conflictos de forma novedosa.
God’s purpose for all Christian professionals is that they use their life to demonstrate God’s love to all they serve and serve with. To achieve this purpose – being a missionary via your career in all corners of the world – you need clear principles. You are God’s representative everywhere. However, it is important to understand that God’s calling for mission does not necessarily mean becoming an evangelist or a pastor. Your mission is to serve God in whichever area He calls you to work. Therefore, the first step to success is knowing your calling, your purpose in life. You won’t become successful if you don’t know your life’s purpose. For example, if you don’t know the way to get to a particular destination, you could easily walk out and start going in the wrong direction. If success is reaching your destination efficiently, are you going to be a success? No. Success for somebody set to go to a particular destination is reaching the place without wasting time and effort.
You are not a success if you haven’t discovered the call of God on your life, because you are likely to go in the wrong direction, or travel at the wrong speed, or with the wrong company.
God knows what you are capable of. The call He places on you is not beyond the capacity He has built in you.
“The kingdom is also like what happened when a man went away and put his three servants in charge of all he owned. The man knew what each servant could do. So he handed five thousand coins to the first servant, two thousand to the second, and one thousand to the third. Then he left the country.”
To be a good missionary via your profession, it is important to keep growing towards your maximum potential. In other words, don’t try to drive at a speed limit that nobody has forced on you. Your car might have the capacity to move at a speed of two hundred and ten, but because of your fear of driving, you are driving at eighty. If that is the case, the car is not the problem; the driver is. Now, a lot of us are like that. We have put speed limits on our lives. You argue, “The village I come from cannot produce a lawyer, so I cannot become one.” Who told you that you cannot become one? That’s a self imposed speed limit on your life. You need to understand God has given you the capacity to become a lawyer – even if you’ll be the first one from your village! What’s wrong with being the first one? It is also important to understand that you are not like other people from your village. You are an original. Don’t live and wait to die a copy. Purpose to grow to your full potential.
A missionary using his career knows the importance of sowing seeds that benefit others. In other words, success is not about you. Success is living your life for others. There are people whose life’s mission is to be the richest in their continent. That’s a meaningless pursuit. Nobody might benefit from your riches. Being rich is a means, not an end. Success should be geared towards alleviating poverty.
Think about it this way: coconut trees grow in Mombasa. But do you know that there is no coconut tree that has ever tasted a coconut? It only grows them. If you don’t harvest them, they drop on their own. No coconut tree has ever eaten a coconut, because coconut trees grow coconuts for the Mijikenda people to benefit. You do not grow ‘coconuts’ for yourself. In the same way, God has not gifted you in mathematics for your sole benefit. You have received the gift in mathematics so you can assist those who don’t know how to add, although it may be at a fee. They will pay you for doing their additions, since they cannot add for themselves.
When you get to write your vision and mission, you should write it in a way to show how your life will benefit other people. It is very important to understand that success is a journey, not a destination. You can feel successful all the way along the journey, not just at the destination.