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Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom Line Results and the Power to Deliver Bothby Tasha Eurich
Synopses & Reviews
“If I relentlessly drive my team to achieve our goals, they won’t like me.”
“If I try to make everybody on the team happy, we won’t hit our numbers.”
As a leader, you’ve likely felt this fundamental tension—the tension between driving results and developing positive relationships with your people. Despite all the research telling us that effective leaders do both, most of us struggle to balance the happiness of our teams and the health of the bottom line. We are more comfortable focusing on one or the other, and we feel overwhelmed and drained by the challenges we face when we try to accomplish both.
In Bankable Leadership, psychologist, executive coach, and proud leadership geek Dr. Tasha Eurich (or Dr. T) solves this dilemma and reveals how to make leadership exhilarating, fun, and fulfilling. Built on decades of research and the transformation of real leaders, her fresh, practical model can help anyone become bankable—producing results while fostering a healthy work environment that ensures sustainable success. Discover how to
• Be human and drive performance,
• Be helpful and drive responsibility,
• Be thankful and drive improvement, and
• Be happy and drive productivity.
Dr. T’s approach will help you develop these universally effective behaviors through an online assessment and boots-on-the-ground tools, like earning trust through transparency, treating adults like adults, and taking a no-fear approach to feedback.
Whether you’re struggling to build a more productive team, increase confidence in your leadership skills, or consistently deliver results, Bankable Leadership is the resource you’ve been waiting for!
Psychologist and leadership expert Tasha Eurich resolves every leader’s tension point—fulfill team member needs or deliver improved results
Tackling an age-old problem with modern tools: Focus on people or drive results? Despite hearing that to do one you have to do the other, leaders struggle to master this balance in daily practice, creating constant tension that hasn’t been resolved by decades of research and literature. Now, Dr. Tasha Eurich has developed a modern, practical approach to help all types of leaders become bankable—producing results while fostering a healthy, people-oriented environment that ensures long-term success.
A simple, learnable framework: To grow leaders’ confidence and effectiveness, Dr. T lays out the Bankable Leadership model: be human and drive performance; be helpful and drive responsibility; be thankful and drive improvement; be happy and drive productivity. These universal goals are realized through such boots-on-the-ground techniques as building trust and transparency, treating adults like adults, and taking a no-fear approach to feedback. For leaders struggling to deliver, to improve their skills, and to ensure their career track, Bankable Leadership will be a crucial resource.
Author has a strong media platform: Dr. T is a well-known executive coach, leadership development consultant, and speaker. She is often in the media—the New York Times, Forbes, Chief Learning Officer magazine—discussing leadership issues and modern workplace struggles.
People or Results? You Don’t Have to Choose!
About the Author
Dr. Tasha Eurich is a psychologist, leadership expert, consultant, and speaker. After years of working within organizations in industries as varied as energy and health care on leadership and organizational development, she founded the Eurich Group. With contagious passion and energy, she helps organizations succeed by improving the effectiveness of their leaders and teams, pairing a scientific grounding in human behavior with a practical approach to solving business challenges. Her clients include New Belgium Brewing Company, CH2M Hill, Western Union, Xcel Energy, and many others. She is a frequent speaker and presenter at organizational conferences, such as the Academy of Management and the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and she teaches at the University of Colorado and the Center for Creative Leadership.
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