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eBook 100 Ways to Motivate Others: How Great Leaders Can Produce Insane Results Without Driving People Crazy download ISBN: 1564149927
Author: Scott Richardson,Steve Chandler
Publisher: Career Press; Revised edition (March 1, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 240
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This newly revised, paperback version of 100 Ways to Motivate Others is the culmination of many years of successful leadership coaching and training by best-selling author Steve Chandler and attorney Scott Richardson

This newly revised, paperback version of 100 Ways to Motivate Others is the culmination of many years of successful leadership coaching and training by best-selling author Steve Chandler and attorney Scott Richardson. and those aspiring to reach their level. After you've learned to motivate yourself, Chandler and Richardson will show you: How to slow down and enjoy a new level of focus

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Start by marking 100 Ways to Motivate Others: How Great Leaders Can Produce Insane Results Without Driving People Crazy as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Steve invites you to join his inner circle, the Wealth Warrior Movement, whose sole focus is supporting you in creating greater prosperity (Arabic: ستيف تشاندلر) Steve Chandler, bestselling author of 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, Time Warrior and 30 other books, is known as America's notoriously unorthodox personal growth guru. He has helped thousands of people transform their lives and businesses.

Steve Chandler lights you up with the glow of his internal neo. hat he proposes is so. hat he proposes is so rock solid and reassurin. -Lisa Schnebly, The Arizona Republic. The world of leadership has changed dramatically since 100 Ways to Motivate Others was written, and now Chandler and Richardson have revised and refreshed their organizational classic to meet the times. They have crafted a vital, user-friendly, inspirational guide for executives, managers, and professional. nd those aspiring to reach their level.

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ГлавнаяСамосовершенствованиеSteve ChandlerScott Richardson100 Ways to Motivate Others: How Great Leaders Can Produce Insane Results Without Driving People Crazy. To Chuck Coonradt, who, unlike other consultants, not only talks about how to motivate others, but has a proven system, the Game of Work, that delivers stunning results and fun to the workplace in the same breath. Chuck used the Game of Work on his own business first, and blew the lid off the results for his Positive Mental Attitude Audiotape company.

The logical follow-up to Chandler's previous best-sellers, 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself and Reinventing . Leadership can be fun if you break it into 100 easy pieces

The logical follow-up to Chandler's previous best-sellers, 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself and Reinventing Yourself. Leadership can be fun if you break it into 100 easy pieces. Be the great leader you've always wanted to be with 100 pithy, persuasive alternatives to the usual way most of us try to motivate othersby our anxiety onto theirs. Breakthrough concepts abound: Don't manage people, manage agreements. Tell the truth quickly. Stop talking, Soften your heart. To motivate your people, first just relax. Myths are exploded: multitasking is not a strength.

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Steve Chandler, Scott Richardson, "100 Ways to Motivate Others: How Great Leaders Can Produce Insane Results Without Driving People Crazy" English ISBN: 1601632436, 1601635559 2012 EPUB 256 pages 2 MB. How to build on your peoples' strengths. How to enjoy cultivating the art of supportive confrontation.

This title is based on years of successful live workshops, seminars, and personal coaching programmes on communication and leadership. 46 people like this topic.

A follow-up to the best-selling 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself draws on the successes of live workshops, seminars and the personal coaching programs of leading organizations to counsel professional leaders on such topics as slowing down, keeping work simple and promoting accountability.
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Great book. Each chapter offers a new little nugget of insight into motivating yourself and others. While each chapter isn't something 'new' (there are 100 ways to motivate people in this book, so hopefully you should already be aware of a few of those ways), each chapter frames that insight in a way that makes it tangible- easy to apply and relate to. Also, the chapters are short, so it's easy to squeeze one in between tasks.
Voodoosida
After picking up this book (kindle eddition) I was able to immediately apply the concepts to motivating a team of 50 consultants to contribute more to internal initiatives and get them excited about the business, participate on team calls etc. This is without any real financial incentives or negative repercussions that would otherwise motivate them (I couldn't wait for HR to get their ducks in a row or I would never get anyting done - something else the book will teach you is how to get around organizational obstacles).

I gave it 4 out of 5 because some of the lessons are specific to a sales environment which may not apply across all functional groups and industries. Not sure why they couldn't officially make it about general management because 90% of the content can be used, and used effectively, by any manager, director or executive leader to get real results.

I recommend this book for anyone looking to grow into a leadership role as well. Very good advice on managing your own piece of the puzzle and growing it to increase your value in the organization, which will always lead to a promotion regardless of your level in the organization.
Hrguig
Whenever I see a book that uses a list format, I usually avoid it at all costs. While "10 Methods", "25 Steps", or in this case "100 Ways" are emotionally satisfying numbers and titles; the larger lists are often padded with variations on a central idea. Even worse is when you sense that some clear omissions have been made.

I really do enjoy the writing in this book, and that many of the ideas here are consistent to the values and ideas of Steve Chandler's earlier works. This book reads like an extended brainstorm session with simply worded maxims followed by a brief explanation and a real world example. Many of the concepts here aren't new to voracious self-help and leadership readers; but Chandler is successful in putting his own proprietary spin on familiar ideas. How and if these 100 ways relate to your working situation depends on your own ability to honestly assess your strengths and weaknesses; and to make peripheral connections between the words on the page and your own experiences. There's a good chance you are doing some of these steps without realizing it; and a good chance that a few of these will need some 'adjustment' before becoming a part of your leadership practices.

I have a few small quibbles with this book. The first thing is in the title. 100 WAYS is a little bit of an oversell. This is more like 100 IDEAS that can help you improve your leadership skills and overall results. My second quibble is that the book relies heavily on logical and emotional appeal without much statistical or factual evidence to support claims. Sometimes it seems like Chandler is trying so hard to inspire the reader that he goes for how things "ought to be" instead of cold, hard human nature. A third slight criticism is in the overall organization of ideas. It would be helpful if the book broke these tips into the categories of communication, modeling, and self-reflection areas at the minimum. This 'buffet-styled' book puts the BBQ sauce right next to the chocolate pudding which makes it challenging to integrate a lot of these ideas at once.

That said, this book is a quick and helpful read that should appeal to anyone who is in a position of leadership or aspires to get there someday. As a high school teacher, I can't get enough materials about motivation, and the results of implementing a few of these ideas into my teaching practice have been fairly positive. Time will tell if I can integrate more of these into my classroom, but with reflection and a little tinkering on my part... who knows?
Little Devil
The advice inside this book is presented extremely well. I didn't get the "I've heard this all before" feeling, and the tone is optimistic but realistic. Sometimes I'll read from it in the evening when I know I'm going to have a long day tomorrow. I even pulled it up on my iPod and read from it during a terribly depressing meeting once, and it helped me regroup and come at the issue from a different angle. Many thanks to the author.
Wishamac
While not a ferocious reader of business/self-help books, I do read those that come especially highly recommended. Dale Dauten, one of the finest business writers around, thought this the best audiobook of the year. Good enough for me.

While I cannot compare it to as many as he can, it is indeed one of the most useful books I've listened to. Broken into 100 short snippets, each idea opens with a good quote, explores and examines, and then tidies up nicely. I am not a salesperson, not a manager, and not a person readily identified as a member of the target audience. But this book had plenty of good things in it.

I'll start with just one. "Manage agreements, not people" is an early, and recurring, tip. How simple. Teachers tried this years ago when the "grade contract" idea was rampant. But moving one step beyond a simple contractual basis of a relationship, it provides a clear and vivid way of looking at all interactions, with spouse, children, co-workers. I cannot manage anyone but myself; well, I've known that for years, but how to function well with others if that is true has been a problem. This book offers specific suggestions.

Steve is no misty-eyed rah-rah guy, but a dogged thinker with clear ideas and some potent myth-busting analysis. Slow down. Do one thing at a time. and really pay attention to whatever it is you're doing now. Think long term. You'll do much better. In the words of Jane Austen "Take my word for it, if you are in too great a hurry, you will certainly live to repent it."