Thank God It's Monday!
How to Create a Workplace You and Your Customers Love
Publication Date: April 2009
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"Thank God It's Monday " is about loving what you're doing and creating massive results. Roxanne Emmerich introduces you to two CEOs: one desperately struggling to stay afloat and another who's discovered a better route to growth and profitability. As you join them both on their journey, you'll gain valuable insights for jumpstarting positive change from anywhere in the organization, replacing dysfunctional organizational behaviors with passion and creativity, overcoming setbacks and making vision and values actually work Whether you're on the front line, in an office, or running the show, you'll see how to: - Replace dysfunctional behaviors with passion and creativity - Overcome setbacks with a "bring it on" attitude - Breathe results-generating life into vision and values - Think big and make big things happen "Thank God It's Monday " presents a unique approach that makes an impact on three groups at once: - Employees discover how to win at work and love their work - Companies turn around results quickly and profoundly - Customers experience a powerful and visible commitment to their success You will shift from a "why we can't" to a "how we can" workplace...in one day Your customers will go crazy about you. You will find yourself loving to go to work where everyone exclaims, Thank God It's Monday.
About the Author
Robert Brunner leads Ammunition LLC, a leading product design and strategy consultancy specializing in creating design ideas that work as objects and also meet market objectives. Formerly a Pentagram Partner, he served as lead industrial designer for Apple. Stewart Emery, a father of the Human Potential Movement, has coached over 12,000 people in the last three decades. In 20 years leading Belvedere Consultants, he has served clients ranging from Cadence Design Systems to KQED, and asked the questions that led MasterCard to its legendary "Priceless" campaign. He recently co-authored Success Built to Last.