Respect Trumps Harmony: Why Being Liked is Overrated and Constructive Conflict Gets Results
Respect Trumps Harmony: Why Being Liked is Overrated and Constructive Conflict Gets Results0 0 5 Scritto da: Rachael Robertson Letto da: Susan Lyons
As teams become more diverse, we won't always see eye to eye. We won't agree on everything, and we may not even like each other. In order to achieve results, we need to have robust, candid and constructive discussions. Respect Trumps Harmony offers a proven approach to navigating the difficulties faced in teams and workplaces today. To build collaboration; strengthen innovation; and manage safety, risk and well-being, it's critical that there is a foundation of respect, not harmony.
Developed during author Rachael Robertsons time leading one of the toughest workplaces on the planet–Davis Station, Antarctica–and further informed by over 15 years of research, case studies and feedback, Robertson suggests that harmony in the workplace is overrated, and can even be dangerous, and that above all else, respect is the key ingredient of a high-performance culture. A focus on respect over harmony improves everything from morale to productivity.
Respect Trumps Harmony integrates the three pillars at the core of Robertson's leadership practice: No triangles, The bacon wars, and Lead without a title, enabling you to:
Manage conflict and put an end to gossip
Improve accountability and the quality of feedback,
Recognise and manage dysfunctional behaviour
Build collaboration to strengthen innovation
Identify and manage risk
Inspire trust and confidence by displaying personal leadership, and encourage others to do the same irrespective of their title
Respect Trumps Harmony is a contemporary leadership handbook, essential for all modern leaders and those who wish to transform the culture within their own team.
Più informazioniEditore: Recorded Books, Inc.
Durata: 4H 19Min