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Life's too short to be unhappy at work
"I'm working harder than I ever have, and I don't know if it's worth it anymore." If you're a manager or leader, these words have probably run through your mind. So many of us are feeling fed up, burned out, and unhappy at work: the constant pressure and stress, the unending changes, the politics - people feel as though they can't give much more, and performance is suffering. But it's work, after all, right? Should we even expect to be fulfilled and happy at work? Yes, we should, says Annie McKee, coauthor of the best-selling Primal Leadership. In her new transformative book, she makes the most compelling case yet that happiness - and the full engagement that comes with it - is more important than ever in today's workplace, and she sheds new light on the powerful relationship of happiness to individual, team, and organizational success. Based on extensive research and decades of experience with leaders, this book reveals that people must have three essential elements in order to be happy at work:
- A sense of purpose and the chance to contribute to something bigger than themselves
- A vision that is powerful and personal, creating a real sense of hope
- Resonant, friendly relationships
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Couldn't even make it through the whole thing
Couldn't even make it through the whole book. A self help book on how to be happy at work that spends all it's time talking about things that the average worker can't control without quitting their job and randomly lucking into their dream job is not helpful. If you want to hear stories about other people being happy because they found that, then this is for you. I cannot recommend this one.
- Anonymous User
A light during turmoil and confusion at work
Work during 2019 was not the most fulfilling or constructive period in my life. This book through it's contents provided and opportunity to review perspectives and make the necessary adjustments to be happier at work. Lessons learnt can be applied elsewhere too and it's definitely worth a second read. Thank you Annie, it's made a difference.
- Colin Priest
Cliches, assertions, fluff. A struggle to make it to the end. It’s just an appeal to emotion and that appeal failed. I do not recommend this book
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