"In this actionable book, seven leaders share their lessons of experience about creating workplaces where people are empowered to excel, find meaning, build trust, and drive change without sacrificing their well-being along the way."
~Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of GIVE AND TAKE,
ORIGINALS, and OPTION B with Sheryl Sandberg
People making a living deserve dignity and respect in the workplace. As obvious as that sounds, priority is largely placed on trusting business process over the contribution and fundamental needs of people. In response, business leaders are humanizing the workplace and tackling a number of core touch points.
Leadership has traditionally been confused with authority making the fatal assumption that if you are in charge you are leading. But with truly great leadership, people are willing to follow you, not because you have a higher title but because you inspire them. Organizations in every shape and size all around the world have embraced the concepts in this book and are creating incredible results. This book aims to help all others who may be falling behind while Future of Work in many aspects is already here.
By writing this book, we hope to activate and provoke interest in leading the transformation to collaborative, networked organizations that value human experience over bureaucratic rule.
"From Hierarchy to High Performance: Unleashing the Hidden Superpowers of Ordinary People to Realize Extraordinary Results" is a must-read for managers who know that a highly effective organization is essential for keeping pace with the challenges of accelerating change. Filled with practical examples and concrete practices, the authors give managers a valuable orientation for moving beyond the command-and-control management model. This book is a primer on the new ways of thinking and acting that are the foundation for creating a happy, healthy, and highly engaged
workplace. Leaders of all levels who are serious about building nimble and responsive organizations will find this book a welcome companion."
Rod Collins, author of Wiki Management