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Who’s The Driver Anyway? The third stage of personal character at work: A surrendered soul

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John’s most popular leadership book on sharing power and authority in organizations. Includes sections on The 7 Performance Drivers, Time Frame, Org Levels and Role Driver job accountabilities. Describes John’s 3 step leadership model of Rift-Shift-Lift to get people to change without using a hammer.

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John’s most popular leadership book on sharing power and authority in organizations. This book describes the workplace application of Stage III of building leadership character. WTDA includes the popular sections on The 7 Performance Drivers, Time Frame, Roles by Org Levels and Role Driver job accountabilities. Describes John’s 3 step leadership model of Rift-Shift-Lift to get people to change without using a hammer.  Go to http://whosthedriveranyway.com for testimonials and much more.

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Weight 538 g
Dimensions 23.5 x 16 x 2 cm

3 reviews for Who’s The Driver Anyway? The third stage of personal character at work: A surrendered soul

  1. Profile photo of Coach John
    5 out of 5

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    Very simple and easy to use tools that work in harmony to diagnose problems and make the positive change to a culture of high-performance collaboration. Great stuff!

    Jim Jonkman, President, AudioScan Engineering

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    5 out of 5

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    John Kuypers has written a book which deals with a vexing issue managers struggle with and which gets in the way of not only their performance but of the entire organization. Most fail to see that the root cause of their struggles is often a lack of understanding of the organizational culture.

    John’s book helps managers think through the vital question: Who should make the decision? What is my role? Where should my authority begin and end? What is the culture here? Are we team based, consensus driven, or are we a group of entrepreneurs, loosely collaborating?

    The driver/passenger analogy John uses clarifies the various relationships which are possible and gives the reader much room for personal reflection. Who’s The Driver Anyway? gives managers some great tools to enhance both their own and their organization’s performance!

    Malcolm Hopkins, VP Corporate Services, St. Thomas-Elgin General Hospital, Ontario, Canada

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    5 out of 5

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    Who’s The Driver Anyway? has helped me to resolve situations that I know need to be resolved with my staff. The 7 Performance Drivers tool gives me a visual way in which to have an honest, objective discussion, particularly when they come to me with problems, not solutions. This great tool ensures that they walk away owning their share of the responsibility for getting the work done.

    Kelly Hoey, Executive Director, Halton Industry Education Council (HIEC)

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