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In this unique business guide, the author extensively interviews the "fishmongers" at Pike Place--the legendary Seattle fish marke... Weiterlesen
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In this unique business guide, the author extensively interviews the "fishmongers" at Pike Place--the legendary Seattle fish market--revealing the secrets of creating a successful work environment learned on the job at this successful business.

Autorentext
Cyndi Crother is an assistant professor in the Industrial Technology Department at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. For the past nine years, she has taught in the areas of quality assurance, corporate training, teambuilding, management presentations, and facilities management. As a student of organizational effectiveness and continuous improvement, Cyndi plans to write more books about different types of extraordinary organizations. She is currently working on two more business books and has started a consulting company called “Guide to Greatness,” working with organizations on change management, leadership development, and systems thinking.

Klappentext

Seattle locals and tourists alike flock to Pike Place each day to watch the fish fly. But Pike Place Fish is about more than just crowd-pleasing entertainment-there is an underlying philosophy at work that has made the market both wildly successful and internationally renowned.

In an unusual combination of oral biography and practical business blueprint, Crother and the fishmongers take you behind the scenes at the famous market to illustrate the PPF philosophy and reveal the underlying assumptions that have made PPF the international phenomenon it is today.

Catch! shows that to be "ordinary" is to be a victim of circumstances, responding to whatever comes one's way. To be "great" is to realize that anyone can live an extraordinary life. At Pike Place Fish, everyone is responsible for transforming themselves from ordinary to great by creating their own reality. The authors explore the issues of goals-financial, personal and humanitarian-and intention, showing how the crew itself creates these goals and works towards them in collaboration.

Most importantly, Catch! examines the power of possibility and shows how you can achieve greatness in your own life. Catch! explores such guiding principles as coaching and acknowledgment that are lacking in many businesses, and shows that you, too, can be the prime mover in your own experience.



Inhalt

Preface
Acknowledgments
1 A Day in the Life of World Famous Pike Place Fish
Cast of Characters
Catch! of the Day
The Map and the Territory
Review of Chapter 1
2 Ordinary to Great
It's All over Here
From Human Doers to Human Beings
Path to Greatness
Review of Chapter 2
3 Intention and Commitment
Communicating through Intention
What Is Your Intention?
Results of Your Intention
Review of Chapter 3
4 Opportunities and Transformation
Oh, the Possibilities!
Looking for Opportunities
Invitation to New Opportunities
Review of Chapter 4
5 S haping Your Reality
New Thoughts about Thinking
What You Say Is What You Get
Additional Thoughts about Language
Review of Chapter 5
6 Problems Are a Good Thing
Communicating Problems
How Fast Can You Get Off the Hook?
Problems: Doorways to the Future
Review of Chapter 6
7 Live What Inspires You
Expanding Your Focus beyond Yourself
Generating Greatness
Transformation Begins Now
Review of Chapter 7
Index
About the Authors

Produktinformationen

Titel: Catch!
Untertitel: A Fishmonger's Guide To Greatness. Stop Floundering and Become More Effective in Your Life and Work
Autor:
EAN: 9781576753231
ISBN: 1576753239
Format: Broschiert
Hersteller: Berrett Koehler Publishers
Herausgeber: Berrett Koehler Publ Inc
Genre: Gesundheit, Ernährung & Wellness
Anzahl Seiten: 200
Gewicht: 218g
Größe: H214mm x B141mm x T11mm
Veröffentlichung: 14.02.2005
Jahr: 2005

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