The truth about employee engagement
The Three Signs of a Miserable Job Quotes by Patrick Lencioni
Fulfilling Job vs. Miserable Job
The Truth About Employee Engagement: A Fable About Addressing the Three Root Causes of Job Misery
As I understand it, Lencioni is a believer, but the most direct references to faith are usually reserved for the concluding comments in his acknowledgements. Perhaps because of my personal season of life, I found the model and content presented in this work to be the best of his attempts to provide language, categories and insight in navigating organizational dynamics. I could see this book being useful at various levels of church and para-church ministry. Elder boards and senior pastors will be challenged in how they relate to the individuals that they supervise and work most closely with. A small groups pastor would be encouraged to engage with intentionality in connecting with the various home group leaders that form the crux of such a ministry, helping to ensure that their service is felt to be meaningful and effective.
This is another great book from Patrick Lencioni. It follows the framework of many of this other books of a fable with the key concepts incorporated into the fable. I really enjoyed the book and had a hard time putting it down. I think I read it over a weekend and took pages of notes and even infused many of the concepts into a staff meeting. Powerful concepts. I know you will enjoy reading it and learning many key concepts. I encourage you to use them in your management or leadership practices.
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