The 6 Types of Working Genius
Renowned management guru Patrick Lencioni advances an ingenious approach to identifying satisfaction and fulfillment at work and other areas of life in The Six Types of Working Genius. Each of us enjoys particular types of work, and the key is to figure out what they are. Lencioni begins by telling the fable of Bull Brooks, who is navigating career advancement while supporting a growing family. Brooks is a leader who wants to do his best but is often disheartened by what is required of him as a leader. Unique insights revealed at a team meeting became the foundation for an easy-to-understand framework for identifying one’s strengths and talents and how to work effectively with others.
Leaders looking for an expeditious way to maximize productivity, determine team competencies, and address long-standing discontent will benefit from The Six Types of Working Genius model. Lencioni calls upon his expertise in diagnosing the dysfunctions of work teams to name the individual gifts that bring about fulfillment, dignity, and joy at work. The book claims that the conceptual framework can be easily explained in less than thirty minutes. People can quickly identify their geniuses, competencies, and frustrations to determine the types of work, tasks, and roles that suit them best.
|Author||Patrick M. Lencioni|
|Page Count||181 pages|
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|Category||Business & Investing|