New Release Books by Roger Connors and Tom Smith

Roger Connors and Tom Smith is the author of Fix It (2016), The Wisdom of Oz (2016), Change the Culture, Change the Game (2011), Get a Coach, Be a Coach (2020) and other 4 books.

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Fix It

release date: May 31, 2016
Fix It
From the world’s leading experts on workplace accountability comes the most comprehensive study on the subject, revealing the cure that could fix low employee engagement in the workplace once and for all One factor, more than any other, causes the problems business leaders fear most. Lackluster performance, sinking profits, and unmet stockholder expectations all stem from one source: a massive decline in emu00adployee engagement. Rather than blaming employees themselves for the decline, however, the Workplace Accountability Study reveals how to fix it: the secret lies with those who lead and manage our organizau00adtions. To inspire employees to be fully engaged, menu00adtally and emotionally, in their work, leaders must first and foremost fix accountability—in themselves, their teams, and the entire enterprise. But how? To answer that question, Roger Conu00adnors and Tom Smith—cofounders of Partners In Leadership, the Accountability Training and Culture Change Company, and the authors of the New York Times bestseller The Oz Principle, the definitive bible on workplace accountability—have joined forces with three expert field practitioners. The resulting book not only presents eye-opening insights drawn from the authors’ three-year, first-of-its-kind Workplace Accountability Study, it also offers 240 proven soluu00adtions advanced by 120 successful leaders interviewed exclusively for this book. Their combined wisdom can help you solve every conceivable accountability probu00adlem, whenever and wherever it pops up. Since one size does not fit all in today’s chalu00adlenging business environment, this official sequel to The Oz Principle provides an innovative, self-directed journey into accountability that enables you to tailor solutions to your own unique situation. Fix It tacku00adles the 16 Accountability Traits consistently found in highly accountable, effective people, teams, and organizations, and it guides you to the ones you need to fix right now. You will design your personally tailored path through the book: 1. In Part 1, you create your Fix It Bucket List by taking the three-minute Fix It Assessment. 2. In Part 2, you spend fifteen minutes reading about the Accountability Trait in question. 3. In Part 3, you explore several tried-and-true soluu00adtions that will work for you, your team, or your entire organization. Fix It is destined to become an indispensable leadership and management resource for resolving any pressing problem in your organization. Whatever you need, from more accountability and ownership to greater engageu00adment and leadership, this book will help you get the results you need. For more information, visit: www.fixit-book.com

The Wisdom of Oz

release date: Feb 02, 2016
The Wisdom of Oz
Why does the story of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion touch us? Like all great entertainment, their journey resonates. We see ourselves in the characters and likewise wish we possessed the power, the brains, the heart, and the courage to make our own dreams come true. So what are your dreams? What do you want? Is it a promotion? Improving a relationship? Rescuing a child? Finding a new job? Saving a marriage? Getting a degree? Finding the love of your life? Making a difference in your community? This book will help you get whatever you consider worthwhile in life. Simply put, when you unleash the power of personal accountability it will energize you in lifealtering ways, giving you a concrete boost that enhances your ability to think, to withstand adversity, to generate confidence, and to increase your own natural emotional, mental, and intellectual strength. Roger Connors and Tom Smith know this because they’ve seen it work in their own lives and witnessed it in the lives of some of the most successful and influential people in the world. The authors first introduced this powerful accountability philosophy in the New York Times bestseller The Oz Principle. Since then, millions have come to know them as “The Oz Guys” and they have gone on to help leaders all over the world teach and apply the principles you’re about to learn. Principles that have generated billions of dollars of wealth—along with a host of even more important results. Devotees of The Oz Principle have brought lifesaving medications to market, created better education in community colleges, greatly surpassed charity fund-raising goals, and improved medical practices in battlefield hospitals. In The Wisdom of Oz, Connors and Smith present the practical and powerful principles of personal accountability in simple, down-to-earth terms that you can apply in your homes, schools, communities, churches, and volunteer groups. The book will help you strengthen family relationships, improve friendships, motivate children, increase value on the job, improve health and financial well-being, or achieve whatever it is you most desire. Drawing on engaging stories about those who have overcome great odds—including South African president Nelson Mandela, Polish WWII hero Irena Sendler, and everyday men and women—Connors and Smith demonstrate that by taking personal ownership of your goals and accepting responsibility for your performance, you also take control of your success. You will read stories about people just like you who learned to beat their struggles, like the New York area fisherman who fell off his lobster boat and was adrift at sea for twelve hours in the chilly Atlantic . . . but survived. You will learn the traits that allowed a college senior who landed flat on her face in a 600-meter race to jump up and win. Or a thirteen-year-old soccer player who moved from the bench to the starting lineup. You will discover that while no one will ever wave a wizard’s wand and magically solve all your problems, there is a way to experience the near magical impact of personal accountability.

Change the Culture, Change the Game

release date: Jan 04, 2011
Change the Culture, Change the Game
A fully revised and updated installment from the bestselling author of The Oz Principle Series. Two-time New York Times bestselling authors Roger Connors and Tom Smith show how leaders can achieve record-breaking results by quickly and effectively shaping their organizational culture to capitalize on their greatest asset-their people. Change the Culture, Change the Game joins their classic book, The Oz Principle, and their recent bestseller, How Did That Happen?, to complete the most comprehensive series ever written on workplace accountability. Based on an earlier book, Journey to the Emerald City, this fully revised installment captures what the authors have learned while working with the hundreds of thousands of people on using organizational culture as a strategic advantage.

Get a Coach, Be a Coach

release date: Aug 25, 2020
Get a Coach, Be a Coach
A step-by-step guide to supercharging the coaching culture inside your organization, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Oz Principle and The Wisdom of Oz. Coaching is the most effective method for boosting human performance. Studies shows that it increases productivity by 88%. Coaching, however, has become increasingly exclusive due to the high costs of external coaches. Managers, responsible for coaching the people on their teams, are overburdened by an ever-increasing span of control with little time to coach. The solution: extend coaching to the masses, so that everyone, at every level in the organization, can get the coaching they need, when they need it. A fresh take on a traditional model, Get a Coach, Be a Coach combines decades of first-hand experience with real-life stories and practical exercises. Drawing on over 30 years of advising senior management all over the world, authors Roger Connors, Jeff Adcock, Kelly Andrews, and Seth Connors offer a bottoms-up strategy: Self-Directed Performance Coaching. Unlike most coaching styles, this innovative approach puts the Learner, not the Coach, in charge of the learner-coach relationship. Self-Directed Performance Coaching is for anyone, from brand-new hires and middle managers to senior leaders and C-level executives, who seeks to boost performance. All you have to do is: - Identify your Most Important Thing, whether it''s that pitch you want to deliver or client you want to impress, - Find a Coach who''s a Level Up, or someone who has already acquired the skills and experience you need, - Coach your Coach, or guide your coaching relationship to meet your specific learning needs, and - Be a Coach, and share your newfound expertise with the next generation of Learners. This book is for all who want to create a thriving coaching culture within their organization.

The Oz Principle

release date: May 04, 2010
The Oz Principle
The definitive book on workplace accountability by the New York Times bestselling authors of How Did That Happen? Since it was originally published in 1994, The Oz Principle has sold nearly 600,000 copies and become the worldwide bible on accountability. Through its practical and invaluable advice, thousands of companies have learned just how vital personal and organizational accountability is for a company to achieve and maintain its best results. At the core of the authors'' message is the idea that when people take personal ownership of their organization''s goals and accept responsibility for their own performance, they become more invested and work at a higher level to ensure not only their own success, but everyone''s. Now more than ever, The Oz Principle is vital to anyone charged with obtaining results. It is a must have, must read, and must apply classic business book.

How Did That Happen?

release date: Aug 11, 2009
How Did That Happen?
The New York Times bestseller that provides a simple, proven approach to improve accountability and the bottom line. The economy crashes, the government misfires, businesses fail, leaders don''t lead, managers don''t manage, and people don''t follow through, leaving us asking, "How did that happen?" Surprises caused by a lack of personal accountability plague almost every organization today, from the political arena to large and small businesses. How Did That Happen? offers a proven way to eliminate these nasty surprises, gain an unbeatable competitive edge, and enhance performance by holding others accountable the positive, principled way. As the experts on workplace accountability and the authors of The Oz Principle, Roger Connors and Tom Smith tackle the next crucial step everyone can take, whether working as a manager, supervisor, CEO, or individual performer: creating greater accountability in all the people on whom you depend.

Journey to the Emerald City

release date: Jul 01, 2002
Journey to the Emerald City
Connors and Smith explore the direct link between a company''s culture and the results it produces, providing a program to transform entrenched patterns into potent new ways of being and doing. Getting to the core of why people work as they do is a dynamic process demanding that leaders take control of the culture to create experiences that foster beliefs, drive actions, and produce the ultimate competitive advantage. Filled with success stories, the book introduces a step by step model to help people at any level of the organization take action that will alter the company''s belief system in order to produce the desired results.

Divine Patterns

release date: Sep 05, 2022
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