Why Make Eagles Swim?: Embracing Natural Strengths in LeadershipLife

Why Make Eagles Swim Embracing Natural Strengths in LeadershipLife Stop wasting time fixing your so called weaknesses And start leveraging the powerful ways you re already innately great Bill Munn says the key to maximizing performance is already planted within us an

  • Title: Why Make Eagles Swim?: Embracing Natural Strengths in LeadershipLife
  • Author: Bill Munn Libby Cortez
  • ISBN: 9781626343368
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Stop wasting time fixing your so called weaknesses And start leveraging the powerful ways you re already innately great Bill Munn says the key to maximizing performance is already planted within us and within everyone around us in the inherent strengths we often ignore while we focus on overcoming so called weaknesses This bias toward improving on negatives gets in thStop wasting time fixing your so called weaknesses And start leveraging the powerful ways you re already innately great Bill Munn says the key to maximizing performance is already planted within us and within everyone around us in the inherent strengths we often ignore while we focus on overcoming so called weaknesses This bias toward improving on negatives gets in the way of our ability to fully excel in our work life and at home We devalue our innate strengths in part because we take our gifts for granted, and in part because we ve been conditioned to focus on getting good at things we struggle with, at the expense of excelling in the ways we re intrinsically great An eagle doesn t need to put energy toward improving his swimming skills because he is a natural master of soaring Munn explains, with heart and authority, how we can live like the eagle, finding true success as we focus on our gifts and help those we manage do the same Munn provides a selection of specific traits Creator, Decisive, Developer, among others and tools to help readers identify unique strengths in themselves and others He follows with techniques that help us nurture our strongest gifts our power alley attributes and better grow and manage teams according to the group s overall attribute profile With his advice, we kick unproductive habits to the curb and experience the power of our personal best Munn presents tactics for recognizing and appreciating power alley traits in others as well as insights into the power and pitfalls of each attribute, the best and worst attribute pairings, which attributes fit with specific job functions, and Munn s book speaks to those seeking to improve their teams and their leadership skills, as well as to any person who wants to leverage his or her own natural gifts while better understanding, engaging, and nurturing others Bill Munn is a management coaching veteran of twenty six years and former top level executive of a Dow 30 and Fortune 500 company.

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    1. This book is about positioning people in their strengths so that they can succeed. An eagle would be a terrible swimmer because it is not designed for it. In the same thinking, placing people who are not gifted (called attributes in the book) in a particular area and then asking for success will most likely cause frustration and failure. Another point made is that there can be a propensity to work on weaknesses for the ultimate goal of being a better individual. While working on weaknesses is ne [...]

    2. This book is a great direction for all people because it offers great advice on problems, organization, ways to interpret others, communicate…. It is a wonderful insight on how to reach one’s full potential using attributes one already has. This book also offers insight on how to successfully connect with others. I am letting family and friends know about this book because it offers great insight and techniques that will help parents/guardians, their child/children, and their friends excel t [...]

    3. I liked this book a lot more than the myriad other books of its type. Munn speaks as someone who is experienced and cares a lot about his employees and making a company/department run well. The descriptions of each type are clear and conversational, and it's likely you'll immediately think of a coworker that fits each description in addition to the strengths that describe you. The idea that a successful team is comprised of members with a variety of core strengths and it's important to identify [...]

    4. By far one of the best books that I have read recently! It does an excellent job taking you through the process of identifying and leveraging your own strengths and those of other people, rather than trying to make people do something they are not good at. Very inspirational, practical, and effective guidance. Loved it!!!!

    5. I wish I read this when I was a teenager! I always focus on my weaknesses instead of my strengths. This book teach me how to find true success as we focus on our gifts and not on our weaknesses. It's very helpful. This book has helped me change the way I see myself and others.Thank you Netgalley for this book.

    6. I really like the whole concept of focusing on our strengths, rather than weaknesses. This needs to be translated to more workplaces, so there's more innovation with professional reviews. Definitely read this book if you're interested in what makes people tick and you're trying to understand different personalities!

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