aaaah, book reviews. let’s start with the bad parts: how to achieve a heaven on earth is full of conservative christian overtones, quite a few of the articles have a bit of “chicken soup for the soul” feel, and at times i thought i was dealing with an aborted e-book. but there were clearly good intentions behind the book, and if you’re looking at “101 insightful essays from the world’s greatest thinkers, leaders and writers”, you’re bound to come across some good stuff. for example, changing the game at work by christine barnes
don’t wait for the CEO to build a culture of engagement but begin by creating heaven on earth for your employees now. ask questions such as
do you know what’s expected of you at work?
do you have the materials you need to do your work?
do you have the opportunity to do what you’re best at, every day?
in the past seven days, have you received recognition or praise for doing good work?
i’m very happy to say that my part time work at mcc gives me all of this.what about you?