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Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want Paperback – 16 Oct 2012
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"This pragmatic book is chock-full of easy-to-follow steps on how to have critical career conversations--conversations that are uncomfortable for many managers and too often are avoided. I love that Kaye and Giulioni demystify the process and motivate us 'to talk individual development' with our employees. Our employees will love it too!"
--Patricia Crull, Group Vice President and Chief Learning Officer, Time Warner Cable
--David Rodriguez, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Marriott International "Every manager will find this short book to be long on practical ways to make career development happen."
--Jack Zenger, CEO, Zenger Folkman, and coauthor of the bestselling The Extraordinary Leader and The Extraordinary Coach "Like eating your fruits and veggies, developing your employees should be done every day. Beverly Kaye and Julie Giulioni not only show how easy it can be but make the case that regular, short conversations can better develop people."
--Charlene Li, founder, Altimeter Group, author of Open Leadership, and coauthor of Groundswell "Life and business is all about where you pay attention. Pay attention to the growth of your people...and they will grow your business. The authors do a great job in spelling out the how-tos!"
--Chip Conley, founder, Joie de Vivre Hotels, and author of Emotional Equations "Developing talent is essential for business success. This book provides a practical and easy-to-implement approach that can have a big impact on an organization."
--Tamar Elkeles, Chief Learning Officer, Qualcomm "One of the most important responsibilities of a leader is to grow future leaders. The authors do a great job making development something that can happen during one's everyday work life."
--Gabriella Giglio, Executive Vice President for Global Human Resources, American Express "Should be the career conversation bible for busy leaders!"
--Marshall Goldsmith, author of the New York Times bestsellers Mojo and What Got You Here Won't Get You There
About the Author
Beverly Kaye (Sherman Oaks, CA) is CEO and Founder of CareerSystems International. She is a sought-after keynote speaker. Her first book, Up Is Not the Only Way, became a classic in the field.
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The book addresses the new realities of the 21st century workplace, delivering a highly accessible toolkit. The authors argue that the traditional annual career development conversation is passé and should be replaced by multiple, shorter and more relevant conversations within the context of the day-to-day workflow. Building on the ideas introduced by Doug Connant and Mette Norgaard in Touchpoints, Help them Grow guides managers into this new system in several ways: first, by recognizing the opportunities for dialog when they occur during the normal course of business; and second through a set of tools and techniques to structure conversations that foster worker growth.
The key is to frame these conversations correctly. Help them Grow offers a simple yet compelling formula: insight lies at the intersection of hindsight and foresight. Kaye and Giulioni teach managers to notice critical opportunities for worker self-awareness through reinterpretation of past events and experience. True insight comes by overlaying an enlightened understanding of the past with the anticipation of the dreams and possibilities of tomorrow.
Help them Grow dispels outdated myths of 20th century career development, replacing them with strategies more relevant to the modern workforce--jettisoning a one-dimensional traditional career ladder and substituting a climbing wall, a powerful and nuanced metaphor that expands rather than limits the spectrum of possible conversations.
The book is filled with mind-enriching gems and is a quick and easy read. Anyone who invests a mere two hours with this book will be rewarded by a new framework for career development, leading to greater worker productivity, satisfaction, growth and retention. This is a compelling ROI.
If you want some very useful tips on how to do this ...
The nitty-gritty of this is that we know more today about what is effective and what is not effective when it comes to helping people grow and blossom. All we have to do is find the information, consider how to use it, and then do it ... fortunately, this easy-to-read book does most of the work for you.
Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Guilioni have created "Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go" on Amazon - check out this book. Buy it, read it, reflect on it, and then read it again. Make the ideas and strategies your own. Use this book:)
I'm so glad I did--what a wonderful book. I look back and realize I've benefited from exactly the kind of simple, purposeful and powerful conversations and interactions Beverly teaches us to be having. A lot of time and effort could be saved by skipping all the strategic planning, budgeting, implementation and management of yet another complex iteration of development programs. I already have started to follow the simple, easy, effective and very natural interactions Beverly discusses--and they are working beautifully.
On an outing recently with a friend, her young son was concerned about what people were thinking when they saw him get confused and have a minor mishap. I overheard my friend quietly say, "Most of the time, most of the people around you are thinking about themselves, not about you." I was struck by that insight and decided to start trying to think about others more. Beverly's guidance leads me to the next natural step of conversations and interactions that "help others grow".
Finally, the greatest benefit of all may be the way this helps me grow myself, by more effectively growing others.
My only regret--I succumbed to buying this for my beloved Kindle, and now I must also get a printed copy to hilite, dog-ear, underline and circle.