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release date: Sep 22, 2014
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People-Centered Performance: Bringing Out Our Best Through Honest Conversation
For years, Scott Patchin has been giving leaders practical steps to turn leadership principles into measurably improved performance by their teams. But these trUTips only led to bigger questions: Why is it so hard for some leaders to follow through on easy-to-understand principles? While these principles are building collaboration, what might be simultaneously eroding it? And what sort of cultivatable habits create a climate for collaboration and performance? Scott answers these questions in People-Centered Performance, helping leaders to improve team performance through honest conversations and thoughtful actions.
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release date: Oct 09, 2007
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So You're Gonna Be A DAD - Now What?
Are you a new father? Finally a book that you can read in less than one hour and will help now. This is a book written by a father for fathers - so it is your language! Are you a friend / relative / spouse of a new father and you are looking for the perfect gift? Or do you think they need help and they might not know it yet? This book is all about offering hope and encouragement for new fathers - which is the greatest gift you could give them as someone who cares about them. Be the person that offers them that gift.
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release date: Jul 18, 2021
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People-Centered Performance: Bringing Out Our Best Through Honest Conversation by Scott Patchin (2014-09-22)
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release date: Oct 22, 2018
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People-Centered Leadership (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: Too often, leaders see a 'gap' as a problem or something to avoid. In his work with leaders and organizations at growth-transition points, Scott Patchin has become convinced that the basic challenge of leadership comes down to creating and managing the gaps - those spaces between where you are now and where you want to be.

In this insightful whitepaper, Patchin outlines the three key gaps that every leader must master for effective leadership and the steps you can take to fill those gaps. He then looks at the four habits you should develop and commit to in order to successfully manage each individual performance gap.

Also included:
- Three hidden threats to effectively managing the gap
- How to take ownership of your gaps
- Steps to create an action plan
- Self-assessment
release date: Aug 01, 2007
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NOT ur parents' healthcare anymore: The 411 on selling health via new media
Podcasts. Blogs. Cell phones. Texting. Instant Messaging. Social networking. Tagging. Web 2.0. UGC (user-generated content). Beyond the IT challenge, 20- and 30-somethings appear to turn a deaf ear to traditional healthcare and health insurance products. But some healthcare organizations have ventured into this new territory. In the special report, three healthcare marketers divulge how novel marketing and product development tactics are grabbing the attention of Generation X and Generation Y. These early adopters share the unconventional and sometimes unintentional marketing strategies that are paying off in profitable new products that appeal to a generation that may be less invincible and more mature than most marketers believe. This 35-page special report chronicles: Generation Gaps -- who's who in Gen X and Gen Y and why you need to know what they think about healthcare; Being where they are -- tips for understanding and locating key cohorts of Gen X and Gen Y and crafting a marketing message that resounds with them; Real-life examples of new media-based offerings that are getting results by tapping technology to deliver the message and the product; The impact of iTunes on downloads of Mayo Clinic podcasts; Why your ER may be the ticket to Gen X and Gen Y; The development, naming, launch and success of Tonik, Wellpoint's unique no-frills health insurance product aimed at 20-somethings; Guidelines for staying top of mind and top of Google; And much more!
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release date: May 15, 2017
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Demystifying Strategic Planning: How to create one and effectively lead through the gap (People-Centered Leadership Book 2)
Over the past two years, Scott Patchin has spent over 50 days coaching leadership teams through strategic planning using a tool called the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS®). In that time, he has lived out his belief that smaller organizations can create a classroom in their business, developing as leaders while they work.

In this second volume of the People-Centered Leadership series, Patchin answers the number one question he gets from leaders: how to effectively plan. Here he covers what strategic planning is, equips leaders with some terms so they can talk about it effectively with their teams, and gives them next steps to implement – regardless of whether they are a CEO or manager.

Also included:
- My formula for effective leadership development
- Why do strategic plans fail? Myth-busting the top 5...
- Expanded reading list for understanding strategic planning and how to effectively lead it
release date: May 16, 2017
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Don't Avoid Gaps, Lead Through Them: A view on leadership as creating gaps and managing through their closure (People-Centered Leadership Book 1)
Too often, leaders see a 'gap' as a problem or something to avoid. In his work with leaders and organizations at growth-transition points, Scott Patchin has become convinced that the basic challenge of leadership comes down to creating and managing the gaps - those spaces between where you are now and where you want to be.

In this insightful whitepaper, Patchin outlines the three key gaps that every leader must master for effective leadership and the steps you can take to fill those gaps. He then looks at the four habits you should develop and commit to in order to successfully manage each individual performance gap.

Also included:
- Three hidden threats to effectively managing the gap
- How to take ownership of your gaps
- Steps to create an action plan
- Self-assessment
release date: Dec 11, 2016
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Own It! 5 Tips for Managing Your Career and Performance
When leaders start focusing on the performance of their team, the first question is - Do I have the right seats/roles on my team? The second question is - Do I have the right people in those seats? Inviting people into a meaningful performance conversation is critical to this process, and I wrote this as tool leaders could use to equip their people to enter into that conversation. People-centered leaders have the Own It! conversation.
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