No Excuses: How You Can Turn Any Workplace into a Great One

  • 6h 41m 46s
  • Jennifer Robin, Michael Burchell
  • Gildan Media
  • 2020

The business leader's guide to creating a great workplace from the Great Place to Work Institute.

In this follow-up guide to The Great Workplace, experts from Great Place to Work Institute, Inc. reveal the most common excuses managers use for why they can't create a great workplace. Authors Jennifer Robin and Michael Burchell poke holes in every single excuse. Whether the reasons involve the organization's leadership, employees, environment, or any other factor, the authors explain that if managers lead people properly, they can create a great workplace. The authors explore how managers can interrupt their own negative thought patterns and instead create lasting change, and they describe how great workplaces have surmounted very real difficulties with aplomb.

      Includes case studies, stories, tips, and tools for managers who want to transform their organizations
      From the experts at the Great Place to Work, a global research, consulting, and training firm that operates in nearly 50 countries
      Proves that any and every organization can change for the better when managers have the right tools and mindset

Creating a place where people want to work and want to succeed is the primary key to success for every manager. No Excuses shows that managers in any organization can transform their workplace - if they'll only get out of their own way first.

In this Audiobook

  • Chapter 1 - The Anatomy of an Excuse
  • Chapter 2 - I Think [Like a Great Workplace Leader], Therefore I am [A Great Workplace Leader]
  • Chapter 3 - We are What We Repeatedly Do
  • Chapter 4 - I Didn't Have Enough Time to Do it Right
  • Chapter 5 - That's Just Not My Job
  • Chapter 6 - My Industry is Different
  • Chapter 7 - It's Just Not the Right Time
  • Chapter 8 - I'd Be a Great People Manager If it weren't for All the People
  • Chapter 9 - My Boss Ate My Homework
  • Chapter 10 - The “One Rule” for Excuses