Natalie Neelan

Rebel at Work

«Rebel at Work is a fascinating book that makes you see your workplace in ways you haven't considered before. Natalie's approaches will have immediate impact for anyone trying to 'lead from the trenches' in a positive and productive way.» —Jon Gordon, author of The Energy Bus, The Carpenter, and The Power of Positive Leadership
Are you tired of leadership that claims to want an innovative culture, but throws up internal roadblocks against any new initiatives? If you're a frustrated employee banging your head up against a corporate brick wall, then this is the book for you.
Change in a company often happens from the inside out when valuable employees get fed up with leadership's vague direction and conflicting priorities. But as an employee, it can be difficult to know how to inspire innovation without getting further sidelined. Rebel at Work shows you how to take matters into your own hands. You'll learn:
— How to understand the unwritten rules in your organization—so you can work around them
— The types of corporate conformists, as well as their hardwiring—so you can mitigate their fear of change
— How to bring clarity to all conversations, especially since jargon can kill promising ideas
— And how to prepare step-by-step plans that increase your chances for buy-in by your leadership
Best of all, you'll learn how to find others like you in your organization to unite with and get the results you want!
218 Druckseiten
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    Here is the thing that is horrible about inertia—it kills thinking. It kills organic growth. For individuals, it destroys the feeling of creating something meaningful and feeling fulfilled. Inertia ruins a person’s sense of purpose.


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    Here is the thing that is horrible about inertia—it kills thinking.

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