Four Secrets to Liking Your Work: You May Not Need to Quit to Get the Job You Want
©2008 |FT Press | Available
Edward G. Muzio
Deborah J. Fisher, PhD
Erv Thomas, PE
©2008 |FT Press | Available
Love your work! A practical, proven, start-to-finish approach to transforming your work life!
About the Authors xviii
Prologue: Monday Morning Dread xix
Chapter 1: The Trouble with Work 1
Chapter 2: How People Act 17
Chapter 3: Watching the Action 33
Chapter 4: Why People Act 45
Chapter 5: Figuring Out Why 65
Chapter 6: What People Do 77
Chapter 7: Do What You Like 91
Chapter 8: Got Skills? 105
Chapter 9: A Bird’s Eye View 123
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Edward G. Muzio is President and CEO of Group Harmonics and a leader in the application of analytical models to enhance group effectiveness. He has started large organizations and small companies, led global initiatives in technology development and employee recruitment, and published papers ranging from manufacturing strategy to individual skills and productivity. As primary developer of his company’s educational suite, he serves as advisor and educator to workers at all levels in companies worldwide.
Deborah J. Fisher, PhD is a Visiting Research Professor at the University of New Mexico. Dedicated to group productivity and human motivation, her career has included tenure and an endowed chair position at her current institution, and Directorship of the Engineering Management Program at the University of Houston. She has automated organizational learning for the construction industry, created employee development models for Sandia National Laboratories, and educated generations of professionals along the way.
Erv Thomas, PEis a Program Manager at Intel Corporation. For the past several years he has been responsible for recruiting, mentoring, and developing the top engineering talent in the world. He has dedicated over 30,000 hours of his time to helping professionals and young adults live up to their full potential at work and in life. Additionally, he has been a design engineer, an educator, and the founding director of a non-profit organization where he has spent the majority of his “non-working” time mentoring teens at risk.
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