A Remarkable Practice

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Religion - 80 pages
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Former GM CEO Jack Welch stated, We build great people, who then build great products and services. A Remarkable Practice assumes that any organizations greatest asset is her people. By developing people to do remarkable things both personally & professionally, there is no limitation on what the organization may achieve. A Remarkable Practice uses a music analogy to help communicate business & leadership principles. The first five chapters deal with the characteristics of remarkable organizations, they include: teamwork (musicians), purpose (melody), communication (harmony), systems (rhythm), and customer service (audience). Chapter six is slightly different as it introduces an Action Plan to help stimulate personal leadership ability. It then examines six key relationships for leadership development & suggestions on how to improve these relationships. A Remarkable Practice is intended for those who want to better understand the aspects that make up a healthy organization. It is also targeted at those of us who have a sincere desire to become better leaders. It will benefit those in leadership in any organization, small business, home, church, & etc. A Remarkable Practice is written in a way that is informative, inspirational, & a pleasure to read. Ben Finch is an optometric practice management consultant for LA Consultants, Inc (www.laconsults.com). As well, he is founder and partner of The Visible Group (www.thevisiblegroup.net), a marketing and design firm specializing in web and graphic design as well as commercial photography. He is also owner and lead of Ben Finch Photography (www.benfinchphotography.com). He and his beautiful wife, Joy, have one child, John Brennan Finch. If you would like to schedule a leadership workshop or on-site consultation for your team, please email: info@aremarkablepractice.com.
 

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Contents

Letter from the Author
xiii
Chapter 2
31
Chapter 4
47
Chapter 6
61
Conclusion
77
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