Sep 13, 2016
Management, Business, Relationships, Happiness,
Managers can create the
framework from which its team members--and its business--can thrive
… or not. We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And later
in our interview segment, we learn from Holland’s own leadership
and management authority, Jurgen Appelo. He’ll discuss the concept
of managing for happiness, which also happens to be the name of his
great new book. That and more on today’s show.
Bob's Thought of the Day
surprising reality is that many company leaders and managers don’t
create positive work environments, despite abundant research that
shows why it’s so important.
famous piece of advice from Ken Blanchard & Spencer Johnson’s
classic, The One-Minute
Manager that can make a
big difference in employee morale.
taking care of your employees results in your employees taking care
of the bottom line.
Interview with Jurgen Appelo
- Jurgen expanding on two key quotes: "The
mindless adherence to rules, combined with a steady loss of
principles, is always a prelude to bureaucracy," and "With a
complex system there is no such thing as central
- Jurgen’s explanation of the difference between
leadership and management.
meaning of Jurgen’s business name “Happy Melly,” and why people
remember stories instead of facts or bullet points.
intrinsic motivation is more valuable than extrinsic motivation …
but you still need both.
- Why a
motivated worker is not necessary an engaged
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mindless adherence 2 rules, combined w/a steady loss of principles,
is always a prelude 2 bureaucracy. @jurgenappelo
a complex system there is no such thing as central control.
won’t have a first mover advantage for long if somebody else has
the first learner advantage. @jurgenappelo
motivated worker is not necessarily an ENGAGED worker.
Managing for Happiness
by Jurgen Appelo
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Change The World by Jurgen Appelo
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