Stepping up

Stepping up

Make Decisions That Matter

Book - 2006
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An Episcopal-priest-turned-executive-coach's practical, secular approach to bringing human values into the workplace.

Stepping Up explains an elegantly simple yet entirely practical approach to making positive choices at work and in life. Timothy Dobbins, a leading executive coach, a Fellow at the Warton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a former Episcopal priest, advocates stepping up, or taking responsibility, even if it means having a difficult conversation with a colleague or experiencing the discomfort of making tough decisions, especially at work. Dobbins' approach to the workplace is based on his experiences over the past 16 years helping senior executives and CEOs make the decisions that have made their own companies more humane - and more profitable.

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins Publishers, c2006.
ISBN: 9780060823733
0060823739
Characteristics: x, 193 p.

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