Taking Up Your Role: How to shift between life and work without losing yourself
How can I excel at my job, without losing myself in my work? How can my employees function collaboratively, despite their conflicting personalities? What role should a manager play within a team—and why do we need one, anyway? Is there a way to fix our meetings so that we actually get something accomplished?
Taking Up Your Role answers these and many other questions. This practical guide translates complex concepts from systems theory and group development research into clear, straightforward language. The authors bring these ideas to life with concrete examples from a wide range of industries, together with exercises to help you address the challenges of your specific work situation. Whether you’re a front-line worker or a CEO, you’ll walk away with a clearer understanding of your own role, as well as steps you can take to improve performance in yourself, your team, and your organization as a whole.