BREAK THROUGH TO YES UNLOCKING THE POSSIBLE WITHIN A CULTURE OF COLLABORATION

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Break Through To Yes

Author : Dave Savage
ISBN : 1943425159
Genre : Business & Economics
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The traditional hierarchy of business leadership is being proven more and more each year to be unsustainable. In an economy where innovation is king, companies find it much more difficult to create competitive advantage when ideas, solutions, and strategies flow from the top down. In Break Through to Yes, Dave Savage offers ten steps to heading a company in the right direction. Set Intentions - Declare your honest purpose Be Aware - Engaging other with an open heart Embrace Conflict - Seek out those that speak out Seek Diversity - Bring in many perspectives Design the Collaboration - Imagine success and create the right container Come Together - Engage with respect and trust Listen Deeply - Realize what wants to be heard but is not spoken Collaborate with Vision - Tap into the collective wisdom Now Lead with purpose and accountability Make it So - Positively change the energy and the future together
Category: Business & Economics

Unlocking The Possible With Collaboration

Author : David B Savage
ISBN : 1775130967
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Table of Contents Guests Foreword What is Creating Shared Value, Critical Thinking, and Collaboration? Define your personal values as a successful collaborative leader Chapter 1 Collaboration and Leadership featuring Bob Acton and David Mitchell Chapter 2 Collaboration and Sports featuring Tristen Chernove and Martin Parnell Chapter 3 Collaboration and Organizational Culture featuring Mike Thompson and Stephen Hobbs Chapter 4 Collaboration, Company Dispute Resolution, and Mindfulness featuring Julie Murray Chapter 5 Collaboration and Critical Thinking in This Age of Lies featuring Doreen Liberto and Chuck Rose Chapter 6 Collaboration, Europe and Rotary International featuring Elisabeth Delaygue Bevan and Florian Wackermann Chapter 7 Collaboration and Human Sexual Trafficking featuring Lance Kadatz and Cliff Wiebe Chapter 8 Collaboration, Human Resources and Global Networks featuring Amy Schabacker Dufrane and Japman Bajaj Chapter 9 Collaboration, The Secret Marathon and Going the Extra Mile featuring Kate McKenzie, Shawn Anderson, and Martin Parnell Chapter 10 Collaboration, Leadership and Disruptive Technologies featuring Jim Gibson Chapter 12 Collaborative Global Initiative Tool Kit featuring Barry Wilson, Doreen Liberto, and Jeff Cohen Chapter 13 One Yes, One Thing, One Dream featuring Deva Premal and Miten, Klara Fenlof, Robert Stewart, Sara Amos and Quinn Amos Chapter 14 Unlocking the Possible featuring Ken Cloke and Duncan Autrey Break Through To Yes: The Collaborative Podcast Series Acknowledgements About the Author; Why Collaborate? We have seen many and repeated failures, sometimes with the cost of billions. These affect organizations and their capital projects and operations. When a company starts making mistakes, tries to force its agenda on others, or is in conflict with its own stakeholders, the consequences are significant. People revolt and profit margins are destroyed. Projects get delayed in regulatory and community review for extended lengths of time. Employees simply don't give their best because they do not trust the systems they work in especially when they have little influence in the processes or programs in which they are involved. The cost to organizations can be both internal and external disengagement, rejection by regulatory bodies and governments, rejection by impacted communities, and damage to the environment. Add to that a wide range of human cause including everything from the oppression, conflict, suicide, marital breakdown and career paralysis to the loss of intelligence and vision of the brightest people in your business, simply because they mentally check out when they come to work. All this means lost productivity, lost opportunities to grow and prosper, and distracted leaders and workers who no longer feel able to do good work. Leaders and organizations, however, can gain a strategic advantage by avoiding all of this energy and revenue-zapping negativity simply by working together to build a culture of collaboration. Collaboration is not an event, it's a culture. It's the way we work together. I am a lifelong student of how to get the right people in the right place with the right information in the right mindset to figure out how to conquer challenges and solve conflicts together. Collaboration is a new field of study and success. Collaboration must evolve. Let's learn together and make our world, communities, and families better. In this series; Book 1, The Foundation for Collaboration. Book 2: The Collaborative Guest Podcasts Book 3: The 10 Essential Steps of Collaboration Book 4: Unlocking the Possible with Collaboration Other books by David B. Savage include Break Through To Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration.
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Better By Design

Author : David B. Savage
ISBN : 1989162010
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Why Buy and Use This Guide Book? We know that we can achieve far more, far more effectively and efficiently when we work together well. But how do we do that? This book is your guide. Use it to: 1. Learn more about collaboration 2. Lead your teams 3. Generate, decide, design, assess, and complete your initiatives
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The Foundations For Collaboration

Author : David B. Savage
ISBN : 1775130975
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The Foundations for Collaboration is Book 1 of the Collaborative Podcast Series. This book is based on a series of podcasts by David B. Savage between 2015 and 2017. Table of Contents Forward Chapter 1 Finding Your Truth Chapter 2 10 Essential Steps to Collaboration Chapter 3 Great Leaders Know That They Don't Know Chapter 4 Global Book Release Celebration Chapter 5 EGOS Chapter 6 How Collaborative is my organization? Chapter 7 Collaboration is the Way; Shared Value is the Destination Chapter 8 Building Your Collaborative Culture Why Collaborate? We have seen many and repeated failures, sometimes with the cost of billions. These affect organizations and their capital projects and operations. When a company starts making mistakes, tries to force its agenda on others, or is in conflict with its own stakeholders, the consequences are significant. People revolt and profit margins are destroyed. Projects get delayed in regulatory and community review for extended lengths of time. Employees simply don't give their best because they do not trust the systems they work in especially when they have little influence in the processes or programs in which they are involved. The cost to organizations can be both internal and external disengagement, rejection by regulatory bodies and governments, rejection by impacted communities, and damage to the environment. Add to that a wide range of human cause including everything from the oppression, conflict, suicide, marital breakdown and career paralysis to the loss of intelligence and vision of the brightest people in your business, simply because they mentally check out when they come to work. All this means lost productivity, lost opportunities to grow and prosper, and distracted leaders and workers who no longer feel able to do good work. Leaders and organizations, however, can gain a strategic advantage by avoiding all of this energy and revenue-zapping negativity simply by working together to build a culture of collaboration. Collaboration is not an event, it's a culture. It's the way we work together. I am a lifelong student of how to get the right people in the right place with the right information in the right mindset to figure out how to conquer challenges and solve conflicts together. Collaboration is a new field of study and success. Collaboration must evolve. Let's learn together and make our world, communities, and families better. In this series; Book 1, The Foundation for Collaboration. Book 2: The Collaborative Guest Podcasts Book 3: The 10 Essential Steps of Collaboration Book 4: Unlocking the Possible with Collaboration Other books by David B. Savage include Break Through To Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration.
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The 10 Essential Steps Of Collaboration

Author : David B. Savage
ISBN : 1775130959
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Table of Contents Guests on the Collaborative Podcast Series Foreword What is Creating Shared Value, Critical Thinking, and Collaboration? Define Your Personal Values as a Successful Collaborative Leader Chapter 1 Why Collaborate featuring Chuck Rose and Denise Chartrand Chapter 2 Collaboration Gone Bad featuring Kathy Porter and Duncan Autrey Chapter 3 Our Global Campfire Chapter 4 Set Intention Chapter 5 Be Aware Plus Aboriginal Collaboration featuring Ken Cloke, Cheryl Cardinal, and Ryan Robb Chapter 6 Embrace Conflict featuring Esther Bleuel and Jeff Cohen Chapter 7 Seek Diversity featuring Joan Goldsmith and Amy Fox Chapter 8 Design the Collaboration, featuring Richard Schultz, Laura Hummelle, Colin Campbell Chapter 9 Come Together featuring Donna Hastings, Rob McKay, Art Korpach Chapter 10 Listen Deeply featuring Tara Russell, Linda Matthie, Viki Winterton, Stephen Smith Chapter 11 Collaborate with Vision featuring Dee Ann Turner, Doreen Liberto, Dana Meise, Teresa de Grosbois Chapter 12 Now Lead featuring David Milia, Don Simmons, Bruce McIntyre, James Armstrong and Charalee Graydon Chapter 13 Make It So featuring Michael Hill, Johanne Lavoie, and Atul Tandon Chapter 14 Leadership and Team Awareness Bob Anderson and Ginger Lapid-Bogda Chapter 15 Next Generation Leaders and our Future featuring Dan Savage, India Sherrit, Sarah Daitch and Kevin Brown Chapter 16 Book Release Celebration featuring Anna McHargue and David Milia Acknowledgements About the Author If You Want to Go Fast, Go Alone. If You Want to Go Far, Go Together- African proverb I've been asked many times, why have I done this podcast series. Why have I written Break Through to Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration? Why is collaboration so important? I'll tell you why. We need it. I need it. Our future needs it. Business is forced into silos and must give up to an open and agile system that better suits today's world and our shared future. We must create shared value. We must think critically. The costs of command and control leadership are getting higher. During my 42-year career in business, I've held titles including director, president, and chief operating officer. I have seen many and repeated failures, sometimes with the cost of billions. These failures affect organizations and their capital projects and operations. When a company starts making mistakes, tries to force its agenda on others, or is in conflict with its own stakeholders, the consequences are significant. People revolt and profit margins are destroyed. Projects get delayed in regulatory and community review for extended lengths of time. Employees simply don't give their best because they do not trust the systems they work in especially when they have little influence in the processes or programs in which they are involved. The cost to organizations can be both internal and external disengagement, rejection by regulatory bodies and governments, rejection by impacted communities, and damage to the environment. Add to that a wide range of negative human impacts including everything from depression, conflict, suicide, marital breakdown and career paralysis to the loss of intelligence and vision of the brightest people in your business, simply because they mentally and spiritually check out when they come to work. All this means lost productivity, lost opportunities to grow and prosper, and distracted leaders and workers who no longer feel able to do good work. Leaders and organizations, however, can gain a strategic advantage by avoiding all this energy and revenue-zapping negativity simply by working together to build a culture of collaboration.
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The Collaborative Guest Podcasts

Author : David B Savage
ISBN : 1775130940
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The Collaborative Guests Podcasts is Book 2 of the Collaborative Podcast Series. This book is based on a series of podcasts during 2016 and 2017 where David B. Savage was the featured guest. Table of Contents Foreword What is Creating Shared Value, Critical Thinking, and Collaboration? Define your Personal Values Chapter 1 Fractal Friends by Duncan Autrey talking about conflict resolution, communities, activists, and collaboration. Chapter 2 Mastering Leadership by Bob Acton/ Obair Leadership exploring negotiation, collaboration, and leadership. Chapter 3 Cumulative Environmental Impacts on the Land by Barry Wilson/ CE Analytic sharing ideas on how we collaborate on the true cumulative effects of our construction, capital projects, and communities. Why Collaborate? We have seen many and repeated failures, sometimes with the cost of billions. These affect organizations and their capital projects and operations. When a company starts making mistakes, tries to force its agenda on others, or is in conflict with its own stakeholders, the consequences are significant. People revolt and profit margins are destroyed. Projects get delayed in regulatory and community review for extended lengths of time. Employees simply don't give their best because they do not trust the systems they work in especially when they have little influence in the processes or programs in which they are involved. The cost to organizations can be both internal and external disengagement, rejection by regulatory bodies and governments, rejection by impacted communities, and damage to the environment. Add to that a wide range of human cause including everything from the oppression, conflict, suicide, marital breakdown and career paralysis to the loss of intelligence and vision of the brightest people in your business, simply because they mentally check out when they come to work. All this means lost productivity, lost opportunities to grow and prosper, and distracted leaders and workers who no longer feel able to do good work. Leaders and organizations, however, can gain a strategic advantage by avoiding all of this energy and revenue-zapping negativity simply by working together to build a culture of collaboration. Collaboration is not an event, it's a culture. It's the way we work together. I am a lifelong student of how to get the right people in the right place with the right information in the right mindset to figure out how to conquer challenges and solve conflicts together. Collaboration is a new field of study and success. Collaboration must evolve. Let's learn together and make our world, communities, and families better. In this series; Book 1: The Foundation for Collaboration. Book 2: The Collaborative Guest Podcasts Book 3: The 10 Essential Steps of Collaboration Book 4: Unlocking the Possible with Collaboration Other books by David B. Savage include Break Through To Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration.
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Breakthrough Teams For Breakneck Times

Author : Lisa K. Gundry
ISBN : 0793142733
Genre : Business & Economics
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Learn to tap into a team's collective brainpower to reach breakthrough results. This guide presents a proven process for organizations to build teams that go beyond surviving to thriving, no matter whether the goal is charitable fund raising or new project development.
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Transforming It Culture

Author : Frank Wander
ISBN : 9781118573082
Genre : Business & Economics
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Practical, proven guidance for transforming the culture of anyIT department As more and more jobs are outsourced, and the economy continuesto struggle, people are looking for an alternative to thegreed-driven, selfish leadership that has resulted in corporationswhere the workers are treated as interchangeable parts. This bookshows how the human factors can be used to unlock higher returns onhuman capital such that workers are no longer interchangeableparts, but assets that are cared about and grown. Refreshinglyinnovative, Transforming IT Culture shows howneuroscientific and psychological research can be applied in the ITworkplace to unleash a vast pool of untapped potential. Written by an expert on IT culture transformation Considers the widespread "cultural blindness" in businesstoday, and how it can be addressed Draws on the author's repeated success transforming ITdivisions across major corporations by applying the humanfactors Explains why social intelligence, human factors, andcollaboration are the source of harmony, shared learning, mutualrespect, and value creation Employees want positive change in business, something to stopthe downward spiral we are on, both financially and emotionally.Transforming IT Culture shows how the essential ingredientto any high performing IT department is a culture where employeesare valued and managed to their strengths. Using the InformationTechnology profession as a lens through which we can understandknowledge worker productivity and how to seriously improve it, thisimportant new book reveals why Collaborative Social Systems areessential to every organization.
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Getting Unstuck

Author : Ralph Jacobson
ISBN : 9781466596450
Genre : Business & Economics
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Humans are naturally wired to solve problems. Implement the right solutions and the problems generally go away. Paradoxes are quite different. They consist of opposites that do not appear to be able to coexist, but must. Most of the issues that keep organizations from achieving strategic success are not problems, they are paradoxes. Practical approaches to address our most important paradoxes do exist. By reading this book you will learn how to address the paradoxes commonly encountered in organizations and in life. Getting Unstuck: Using Leadership to Execute Paradoxes with Confidence will teach you how to balance key paradoxes to achieve greater long-term growth and enhanced sustainability than those who rely on financial data and problem solving methods alone. It addresses the issues that are the most troublesome to people and the organizations they work for. Describing how to think and work more strategically, the book introduces the language and tools you need to share innovative approaches to dilemmas within your organization and to develop better working relationships, both internally and externally. It provides a practical and powerful platform to help you develop new possibilities and achieve your strategic objectives. You will learn how to see conflict with a fresh set of eyes, how to redefine your roles, and how to become more effective professionally and personally. If you have experienced trouble implementing strategic objectives, difficulties getting people from different parts of your organization to work together; if you want to achieve a higher level of success, if you feel stuck, then read this book. Filled with examples of real-world paradoxes, it supplies valuable insights into the root causes of workplace conflicts to help you execute change with greater confidence and effectiveness.
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Conservation Across Borders

Author : Charles C. Chester
ISBN : 1597268496
Genre : Science
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Conservationists have long been aware that political boundaries rarely coincide with natural boundaries. From the establishment of early peace parksto the designation of continental migratory pathways, a wide range of transborder mechanisms to protect biodiversity have been established by conservationists in both the public and private sectors. Conservation Across Borders presents a broad overview of the history of transboundary conservation efforts and an accessible introduction to current issues surrounding the subject. Through detailed examinations of two initiatives, the International Sonoran Desert Alliance (ISDA) and the Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative (Y2Y), the book helps readers understand the benefits and challenges of landscape-scale protection. In addition to discussing general concepts and the specific experience of ISDA and Y2Y, the author considers the emerging concept of conservation effectiveness and offers a comparative analysis of the two projects. The book ends with a discussion of the complex relationships among civil society, governments, and international borders. By considering the history, goals, successes, and failures of two divergent initiatives, the book offers important insights into the field of transborder conservation along with valuable lessons for those studying or working in the field.
Category: Science