Suffice to say, those looking for some worksheet-packed, three-step plan for organizational harmony won't find it here. Those willing to take a slower, harder, more thoughtful and likely more rewarding path to better relations on any level--or even those looking for the book equivalent of a cool, tall drink of water (perhaps where all change begins)--will be truly moved and genuinely inspired by Wheatley's practical, timely wisdom. --Timothy Murphy --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I think this book is wonderfully well written, and Wheatley really did design the book to support the dialogue process.
And, if we do engage one another with commitment to create what we envision or care about, we will witness something new and positive emerging from our efforts.
And if so moved, then we will do what Meg encourages us to do, "turning to one another, in simple conversations to restore hope to the future."
Love M Wheatley's work and this is a classic of her about being stronger together than we are apart - A must read for business and non profits alike.Published 25 days ago by NobleNurse
There is a good book to be written on this topic, but this one is certainly not it. Do NOT waste your time.Published 1 month ago by Linda Rich
Usually love Wheatley, but this is a little too redundant and leads with the assumption that the world is in a dire state and that no one is doing anything to change it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. M. Hoffmann
Lots of examples of people trusting one another and working together. We can do it. Positive approach.Published 3 months ago by J. M. Lukin
After reading this incredible book...I bought 3 more and gave to friends.Published 4 months ago by Tammie Williams