Do More Great Work gets to the heart of the problem: Even the best performers are spending less than a fraction of their time doing Great Work —the kind of innovative work that pushes us forward, stretches our creativity, and truly satisfies us. Michael Bungay Stanier, Canadian Coach of the Year in 2006, is a business consultant who’s found a way to move us away from bad work (and even good work), and toward more time spent doing great work.
"Do More Great Workis an attractive small format book with lots of sidebars, guest columns, and worksheets." Joy Wesse Moll
Good enough is no longer good enough because now everything is good enough. Our expectations of quality are unrealistic, and are being met every single day. We don’t just want to be satisfied, we want to be blown away. A few months after the book came out, Seth ran into a
As hard as it is to grow a company, wouldn’t it be nice if there was a “recipe” for creating a company with sustained high performance? It is tempting to dream that if we could just find the right combination of ingredients—a cup of customer loyalty, two tablespoons of Blue Ocean
To begin with, anyone can have a great career. It doesn’t matter what your line of work is. It’s all in how you define “Great Career”. Do you define it as something that brings you a lot of money and power? Of course a livable wage is important, but this is
In The One Thing You Need to Know, Buckingham gives the readers an invaluable course in outstanding achievement—a guide to capturing the essence of the three areas fundamental to professional activity. Great management, great leading, and career success—he draws on a wealth of examples to reveal the single controlling insight that
Doing Great Work requires not just the bold act of saying: “This is my Great Work”, but also the will to keep on doing it even when the choice to not do it is easier.
A peak moment is a time when you could see and feel yourself doing something more than you typically do, and made an impact.