Pat's new book, The Six Types of Working Genius, is on track to be his biggest and most impactful book yet. In classic Lencioni fashion, Pat brings his model to life in a page-turning fable that is as relatable as it is compelling. He tells the story of Bull Brooks, an entrepreneur, husband, and father who sets out to solve his own frustration at work and stumbles into a new way of thinking that revolutionizes the way he sees his work, his team, and even his marriage. Bull's story is indicative of every man and woman who is striving to avoid burnout and find fulfillment, dignity and success in their work. Beyond the personal discovery and instant relief that Working Genius provides, the model also gives teams a remarkably simple and practical framework for tapping into one another's natural gifts, which increases productivity and reduces unnecessary judgment. Whether you're a team leader or entrepreneur, a front-line employee or executive or a school teacher or stay-at-home parent, this book will help you find more joy, fulfillment and success in your work and your life.
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“Patrick Lencioni does it again! In The 6 Types of Working Genius, he uses the power of story to draw in the reader, then issues an important call to action. He challenges leaders to help their people unpack their innate talents and leverage them, not just for the benefit of the organization, but for the direct benefits they can reap by living a more fulfilled life.”
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“This transformative book aligns perfectly with our evolving understanding of leadership, that the best teams and organizations have leaders who intentionally discover, honor, and leverage the strengths—or Genius—of their team members. I can’t wait to use this simple and actionable framework with my team.”
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