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- Publication Date: October 12, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B076FLV6YW
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I like that you can incorporate his philosophy into big workshops or small office get togethers. There is a fluidity with his process that I appreciate and feel captures a wider audience. I think this is also especially important today, because while there are plenty of companies growing with the modern age, there are still those out there that prefer the more traditional look to business. Where work/life is separate and employee growth is more on the employee. The author puts value on these workshops and shows how they connect to a business's overall success.
I think disengaged employees is a huge issue today. Finding a way to connect and motivate employees, even if only for a workshop, can make a big difference how the company is perceived by their employees.
The book speaks about why workshops work, how you must prepare and start with it. It continues with how you can break the ice and what should be the first activities. The author writes about the small group activities as well, and about large group discussions, too. Before his final thoughts and closing he also writes about what things must follow your workshop.
It is a very useful and interesting book: take one of them!
He provides tips and guides for planning the workshop and even creating an effective schedule Ice breaker ideas to get everyone to chatting and getting comfortable, topics to cover, activities for the participants and a slew of useful information is included in this book. I have read his previous book about mergers as well and can say that George knows his stuff!