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This Isn't the Company I Joined: Seven…

"This Isn't the Company I Joined": Seven Steps to Energizing a…

by Carol Kinsey Goman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0962543527, Hardcover)

In today’s volatile work environment, top-notch leadership is a must in all industries. The new edition of "This Isn’t the Company I Joined" – How to Lead in a Business Turned Upside Down addresses the major issues leaders face as their employees struggle with massive organizational change.

"Given proper leadership, workers are resilient and resourceful people who can thrive on change, even when their world is turned upside down," says international speaker and consultant, Carol Kinsey Goman. In fact, she says, "upside down is an exciting place to be." But modern leaders need to work smarter than ever to assure their organizations remain productive. This book, written for managers who must keep pace with the way a new work force thinks and acts, offers perspective on the fragile art of employee motivation.

-Learn how corporate leaders communicate ahead of change to build employee savvy and support.

-Discover the ten questions change leaders must answer before they develop a strategy.

-Understand the six characteristics you can use as guides to help determine which employees will deal most successfully with change.

-Learn why people are reluctant to share what they know and how knowledge hoarding can be countered to unblock the flow of information.

-Find out how to help employees transition from "unconditional loyalty to the organization" to "informed commitment to business success."

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