The Progress Principle: Breakthrough Leadership Ideas

The Secret

  • Creating the conditions for great inner work life requires fostering positive emotions, strong internal motivation, and favorable perceptions of your work and your colleagues. In short, you need to empower talented people to succeed at meaningful work.
  • In order to discover how to do this, Amabile and Kramer studied 238 people in 26 project teams in 7 companies in 3 industries. These were primarily knowledge workers whose work required solving complex problems. There data set included 12,000 diary reports with a 75% return rate.
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2 Responses to “The Progress Principle: Breakthrough Leadership Ideas”

  1. Jurgen Wolff says:

    Oops, your headline says Principal (at first I thought the book was going to be about school principals who are progressive) but it should say principle.

  2. Asking questions aare actually nice thing if you are not understanding anything entirely, however this piece of writing gives
    fastidious understanding even.

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