Every team, every organization, every group has problems. Every individual has problems, too. Often we search for the right person or persons to solve those problems. The question is: Where and how do we find them? Who are they anyway? In Who Are They Anyway? BJ Gallagher and Steve Ventura lead readers on a personal quest - a journey - in search of someone who can fix what's wrong, deal with difficult people, and take charge of fixing individual and organizational problems. Who is that special person? The results may surprise readers, as they learn: Who those theys are who seem responsible for every organization's bureaucratic hassles. How to stop looking for someone to blame or someone to come to the rescue. How to experience the job satisfaction and personal pleasure that comes from taking ownership and solving problems. Both practical and inspirational, Who Are They Anyway? is written to appeal to both the heads and hearts of employees at all levels - from folks on the front line, to supervisors and middle managers, all the way to top executives. It includes tips, strategies, quizzes, and how-tos to help readers apply the story in their own work lives. It is a message of
NEWS & OPINION: Book Excerpt Blog
Posted August 6, 2004, 2:14 PM with category of Personal Development & Human Behavior
We are on day five of running our first book excerpt over on the new Book Excerpt Blog. We are featuring Who Are "They" Anyway? by BJ Gallagher and Steve Ventura.
NEWS & OPINION: Who Are "They" Anyway? and Excerpt Blog
Posted August 2, 2004, 2:27 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
You can find the book excerpt blog over at www. 800ceoread. com/excerpts or by clicking on this link.
NEWS & OPINION: Hi There!
Posted August 2, 2004, 1:55 PM with category of Personal Development & Human Behavior
Hi there! My name is BJ Gallagher and I am the coauthor of a new book on personal accountability entitled Who Are "They" Anyway? When I told my son that I had just finished writing my new book, he wrinkled up his nose and exclaimed, "Personal accountability!
EXCERPTS: Who Are "They" Anyway - Part I
Posted August 2, 2004, 12:28 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
Who Are "They" Anyway?
by BJ Gallagher and Steve Ventura
Dearborn Trade Publishing
Hardcover, 128 Pages
This is the story
of a person who has a problem.
Who is he?