21 Ways to Double Your Value
Publication Date: September 2012
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You deserve to be valued, respected, and admired for what matters to you. Here are twenty-one ways to make it happen. "Imagine how it would feel to be fully valued for what you do best. What if your boss, your customers, and your family really appreciated what you have to offer? How proud would you be if your organization won the top spot among Fortune Magazine's 'Most Admired Companies?' What if Jim Collins rated you a 'Level 5 leader?' In this book, you'll find 21 simple and powerful strategies that will help you become more valued in a crowded and competitive world--not in a superficial way or just for its own sake--but for what matters most to you and to the most valuable people (MVPs) in your life and work."- "From the Foreword by Frances Hesselbein and Marshall Goldsmith"
About the AuthorMark is an executive coach, venture capitalist, and bestselli
Bonita Thompson has worked 25 years in human resources for global corporations, including Bank of America, Genentech, Levi Strauss, Pacific Telesis, Varian, and Catellus.She is a member of the Board of Governors of the Hesselbein Institute (formerly Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management). She lectures globally and has taught leadership at John F. Kennedy University.She was Director of Research for Stanford professor Jerry Porras (and coauthors Thompson and Emery) on Success Built to Last, the sequel to Porras and Collins' Built to Last.Her American Management Association webinar, Double Your Value, is featured as an article in Dr. Marshall Goldsmith's book, Coaching for Leadership, which was described as "the single best collection of writings and writers on executive coaching," according to professor Warren Bennis at USC/Harvard.Bonita earned an MBA at the University of California, Berkeley; and a BA in Industrial Psychology (minor Statistics) from San Jose State University. She also holds an Honorary PhD from Mount Mary College.As a new HR executive, Bonita started her career recruiting the first 200 world-class geneticists to join a newly emerging industry led by pioneer Genentech, now owned by pharmaceutical giant Roche. At Levi Strauss, Bonita was on the team that built the first Human Resources intranet to administer HR online for employees globally. Bonita restructured compensation programs to be more performance driven at Bank of America when it was the world's largest bank. She created the HR Market Analyzer (a system to alert management about competitive pay) and reclassified 100,000 jobs.Bonita is a long-term supporter of the Girl Scouts, Save the Children, the Wheelchair Foundation, and the Center of Independent Learning (COIL), a California charter school where she focuses on educational empowerment for girls.