The Three Signs of a Miserable Job: A Fable for Managers (And Their Employees)
June 2010, Jossey-Bass
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"Lencioni knows how to spin a good yarn and he weaves in plenty of advice…this book is essential reading." (British Airways Business Life, October 2007)
"…well-written fable…a must-read" (Accounting Technician, October 2007)
"...filled with actionable advice...A must-read for managers and employees alike seeking to get the most out of their jobs." (Securities & Investment Review, November 2007)
“…written in such a way that you'll find yourself wanting to know what happens to the characters“ (Personnel Today, March 2008)
"As with all lencioni's books, this one is filled with actionable advice you can put into effect immediately." (PublicNet, September 24, 2008)"This is a page-turner that unravels the mystery of job satisfaction for any manager. Whether you manage six or sixty-thousand people, it is essential reading."
—Trevor Fetter, president and CEO, Tenet Healthcare Corporation
"In a sea of generic books on employee engagement and empowerment, Lencioni throws us a life preserver. His book is a masterful tale which I highly recommend to leaders and anyone else trying to build more personal satisfaction in their work."
—Kevin D. Wilde, vice president, chief learning officer, General Mills, Inc.
"Lencioni provides a powerful message to all who lead people, one that will produce exceptional loyalty and results. This simple book can make a huge difference."
—Robert W. Savage, chief operating officer, Taco Bell Corp.
"I love this clever and insightful book! It will remind any manager, at any level, why they became a manager in the first place!"
—Greg Cross, senior vice president, Hilton Hotels Corporation
"Don’t let the simplicity of his message fool you. Lencioni provides powerful, practical real-world solutions for improving results by putting people first. I found many new ideas for self-improvement that I can’t wait to try!"
—Jeff Lamb, vice president, people and leadership development, Southwest Airlines