3 Vital Questions: Transforming Workplace Drama Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Transform workplace drama into workforce empowerment! New by David Emerald, author of The Power of TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic) - over 100,000 copies sold!
3 Vital Questions is a teaching story about transforming workplace drama and its heavy costs to organizations.
Working late at night, Lucas, a middle manager in a large organization, meets a custodian named Ted. The two strike up a friendship as Ted teaches Lucas three vital questions with the power to transform the disillusionment he is experiencing at work. Listeners follow Lucas as he learns how to shift from feeling like a victim to acting as a creator in his career. With the wise guidance of Ted and Kasey, a senior manager, Lucas applies the three vital questions and begins transforming his workplace relationships, with exciting results. At home, Lucas and his wife Sarah discover how the questions can spark creative collaboration with each other and their two young children.
This long-awaited and highly enjoyable audiobook by the author of the bestselling self-leadership title, The Power of TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic) ushers in a new era of possibility for the world of work. This book teaches David Emerald’s groundbreaking 3 Vital Questions approach for empowering leaders and teams to become collaborative, engaged, and resilient in the face of the rapid changes that mark today’s increasingly complex, competitive environment.
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|Listening Length||4 hours and 47 minutes|
|Audible.ca Release Date||May 01 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #4,902 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#37 in Workplace & Organizational Behaviour
#107 in Workplace Processes & Infrastructure
#115 in Small Business & Entrepreneurship
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I have worked in and with many organizations both as a leader of HR (People Development now) and as a consultant. Time and again, you see how we all can be the cause of drama - often unintentionally. It is this drama that really robs us of our joy in our work. I would love to say that after all these years I am drama free - yet as a human being, it is simply not realistic to believe we will not face it in our work and lives. The difference for me today is that I am very aware of what is happening and when I make a choice that isn't so helpful to my work (or life), I can coach myself out of the situation much better now.
Why this matters to workplaces - in my profession - and in companies all over the world, we are working to create thriving workplace cultures. Cultures where people can bring their whole self to work, places where we can be creative and innovative and feel heard. The cost of drama to the bottom line is measurable. If you want to do something strategic for your company - invest in 3VQ. It is the hard work of culture transformation that is made that much easier when you have 3VQ with you for the journey. Once you know these things, you can't not know them - and I hope your desire to make your workplace somewhere special is strengthened by this work.
While no one consciously chooses drama or toxicity, almost everyone can relate to experiencing it in their lives. David gently and firmly reminds us that we are always contributing to what we experience, and gives us a way to change our experience by asking the right questions that empower. His questions all have the word “you” in them – meaning that the power to change experience is ours to activate. He shows us how to get on-track by asking the right questions rather than being dis-tracted by the wrong conclusions (about ourselves and each other).
I’m grateful to David for discovering and articulating the principles and questions in 3 Vital Questions. It’s a great read and resource.