A revised and updated edition of the acclaimed Wall Street Journal bestseller that explores why some leaders drain capability and intelligence from their tea. 25 Mar Multipliers by Liz Wiseman and Greg McKeown—a Book Summary. How leaders are either making people smarter or dumber and as a result. Multipliers has ratings and reviews. In Mulipliers, authors Liz Wiseman with Greg McKeown explore the roots and applications of effective, inspiring.
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On the other side of the spectrum. There is a difference between someone who is a know-it-all and someone who is a challenger. I appreciated it’s approach to strengthening strengths and making sure that weaknesses aren’t distracting from success, as compared to focusing on weaknesses. Teams working for Diminishers:. Good content with also a lot of practical tips.
Multipliers by Liz Wiseman and Greg McKeown—a Book Summary How leaders are either making people smarter or dumber and as a result, draining their capacities and energy. Liz Wiseman, a leadership scholar and instructor, noticed two types of leaders:. Hardcoverpages. Multipliers know that even when they have a clear view of the future, simply seeding the opportunities can result in bigger, better outcomes.
Always Move Forward — I often get paralyzed in the analysis phase. I loved bby research based approach to finding several different types of dynamic leadership. As a leader who works mostly with volunteers, I wish there was a section specifically addressing how to be a multiplier in the non-profit sector.
Over time, Multipliers’ high expectations turn into an unrelenting presence, driving people to hold wseman and each other accountable, often to higher standards and without the direct intervention of the Multiplier p.
Lessons from Multiplying: A Summary and Analysis of Themes from Multipliers by Liz Wiseman
One feels pressure when reasonably expected to perform their best. And the world needs more of them, especially now, when leaders are expected to do more with less. This book made me reflect on how I behave and how I want to be treated. Jun 28, Adam Alexander rated it it was ok Shelves: However, personal experience has shown that common sense does not wideman mean common practice. Get updates Get updates.
Are you a genius or a genius maker? Jul 12, Daniel Silvert rated it it was amazing. Therefore, intelligence and capability can be multiplied without increasing investment.
Even when resources are available, Wiseman offers a dozen anecdotes proving that throwing resources at a problem sometimes just creates more problems. Deceptively simple in concept, I think we all immediately recognize what Liz is saying as soon as we read the preface, it looks incisively into how the mind of a multiplier works and how to develop it ourselves. Questions Are the Answer by Hal Gregersen. This revered classic has been updated with new examples of Multipliers, as well as two new chapters one on accidental Diminishers, and one on how to deal with Diminishers.
Basically, the whole book could and should be reduced to the first chapter. View all 3 comments. Download your e-book s from your bookshelf. They are unaware of the affect they are having on those around them.
There are long lists of what multipliers do. Tonight when you go home, I want you to only speak to your children in the form of questions. Get a free e-book from Book perk. A manager may be able to insist on certain levels of productivity and output, but someone’s full effort, including their truly discretionary effort, must be given voluntarily.
They know what to do and now they just need you to do A,B, and C. I loved this concept! Opinions expressed here by Contributors are their own. This text was, overall, a great book. And he asks people to teach him what he doesn’t know p.
Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter by Liz Wiseman
I found the authors grouping and summary of behaviors concise and multiliers and find myself regularly referring b Like many business concepts there is nothing revolutionary in the muotipliers attributes identified in this book. Nicholas BurnsRobert H. You know that “genius” or indispensable person that has the smarts, but drives everyone else nuts and makes everyone else feel like an idiot? From there, people can ponder solutions and offer reasonable explanations.
I need to learn to react quickly when problems or opportunities surface by making rapid decisions that keep the organization moving forward.
People become more intelligent when you give them chances to be smarter with everyday challenges. What kind of books do you like to read? They listen to learn what other people know and add it to their own reservoir of knowledge p. In contrast, Diminishers operate as Empire Builders, insisting that they must own and control resources to be more productive p. They are empire builders: This book, though, is just packed with actionable ideas; there really isn’t anything repetitive or superfluous,whic I can’t stop raving about this book!
As a manager, my job was no longer about me. Oct 10, William Edmondson rated it really liked it.
Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter
wisemzn Participants are required to give evidence to support their theories. They could be classified as “common sense”. He was a smart and aware individual who didn’t fit the archetype of a Diminisher, and yet when he read the material he could see how he sometimes behaved in a Diminishing manner.