Run with the Bulls Without Getting Trampled: The Qualities You Need to Stay Out of Harm's Way and Thrive  -     By: Tim Irwin Ph.D.
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Run with the Bulls Without Getting Trampled: The Qualities You Need to Stay Out of Harm's Way and Thrive

Thomas Nelson / 2006 / Hardcover

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Find career success and fulfillment with the help of an expert. In this inspiring book, Tim Irwin weaves in stories from his own experience with proven corporate examples to illustrate his seven critical success factors as well as six common career derailers.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
ISBN: 078521951X
ISBN-13: 9780785219514
UPC: 020049058183
Availability: In Stock

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Publisher's Description

"[Run With the Bulls Without Getting Trampled shows] us how success in the workplace can be something more-but is never less-than the sum of our experiences, emotions, and intelligence. I really liked this book."
-Marcus Buckingham, International speaker and best-selling author, Now Discover Your Strengths and First, Break All the Rules

"Run With the Bulls Without Getting Trampled is one of those books that really makes you want to be a better manager, a better leader, a better person. The stories are powerful, the anecdotes are right on the money, and the wisdom is so evident and clear."
-Pat Lencioni, Author, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, and President, The Table Group

"Run With the Bulls Without Getting Trampled grabbed me from page one and never let go. It's one of those rare business books full of fresh, original stories that inspire us to take a look at our three Cs: commitment, character, and competence."
-Ken Blanchard, Coauthor, The One Minute Manager® and Leading at a Higher Level

"As a member of the senior White House staff and a veteran in banking and the executive search fields, I have interviewed thousands of highly successful people. In Run With the Bulls Without Getting Trampled, Dr. Tim Irwin nails the essential differences between those who do well and those who don't. If you want to know what it takes to make it in any endeavor, read this book!"
-J. Veronica Biggins, Senior Partner, Heidrick & Struggles

"In this inspiring and adventure-filled book, Tim Irwin creatively weaves in stories from his own experiences with hard-hitting corporate examples. It's a great read for those willing to do the work required to experience their own spectacular results and enjoy success."
-Roger Staubach, Chairman/CEO, The Staubach Company and Super Bowl MVP
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Run With the Bulls Without Getting Trampled features Tim Irwin's seven critical success factors as well as six common career derailers. With compelling real-life stories to launch each chapter, Irwin distills not only his experiences as a successful corporate psychologist but also what he has learned from others in thousands of interviews with senior executives. Inside you will also find how you can access free online self-assessment exercises and developmental resources.

Author Bio

Tim Irwin, Ph.D., is an author, speaker, and leading authority on leadership development, organizational effectiveness, and executive selection. He has consulted with many Fortune 100 companies and served in a senior post for a US-based company with more than 300 offices worldwide.

Publisher's Weekly

For the 85% of Americans who feel unhappy and unfulfilled by their work, Irwin provides a thoughtful examination of the likely causes and strategies for reversing course. His insight into the seven traits that underlie success and personal fulfillment are based on thousands of executive interviews he has conducted during his career as a corporate psychologist. He sharpens his message with stories of courage, perseverance and periodic disappointment from his own life-such as running with the bulls in Spain, crossing a glacier and helping a son through a Little League crisis. Though he sometimes overwrites, his points are still valid (e.g., he compares personal integrity to a submarine hull: even the slightest fissure can sink the whole ship). The exercises to help readers function with greater authenticity are neither gimmicky nor time-consuming. For example, he suggests examining a decision's validity by considering how the rationale would sound if explained to an investigative reporter on 60 Minutes. Irwin offers more personal insight than most management book authors and may save readers from hours on a therapist's couch. (Jan.) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.

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