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Fairness Is Overrated

Fairness Is Overrated And 51 Other Leadership Principles to Revolutionize Your Workplace

By Tim Stevens
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.12 Stars

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On 11/26 Chris Kidd wrote: Reading Fairness is Overrated and 51 other leadership principles you feel like you’re receiving great wisdom on leadership from someone who has been in the trenches – they know what they are talking about. The book is split into 52 small chapters – which give the feeling of Tim and you sat at ... A practical and encouraging leadership book

Chris Kidd's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/14 Elvira Makarevich wrote: Fairness is OverratedExecutive pastor and leadership coach Tim Stevens shows readers how to create the organizational culture they'd love to work in themselves.Profitable organizations require a healthy culture, and Pastor Tim Stevens knows the secret sauce for a vibrant and successful workplace. Drawn ... [Review] Fairness Is Overrated: And 51 Other Leadership Principles to Revolutionize Your Workplace

Elvira's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/22 deandeguara wrote: I’m on a culture studying binge right now and I couldn’t wait to share with you an excerpt from Tim Steven’s new book “Fairness is Overated” on what a great culture looks like. Here is a summary of his 12 observations: 1. People are waiting in line to join your team 2. Turnover is low 3. Top ... Fairness is Overated

deandeguara's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/7 dckenney wrote: Tim Stevens is an executive with the Vanderbloemen Research Group, and in his new book, Fairness is Overrated, Stevens takes his lifetime of leadership knowledge and pours out what he knows in short, and very concise chapters. Each of Tim’s chapters fall under one of four essential pillars: 1. Be a leader worth following. 2. ... Fairness Is Overrated by Tim Stevens

dckenney's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/3 Kendra Hughes wrote: This is a great book for a business-minded person who needs guidance on how to run a workplace and make the best possible choices when it comes to hiring staff, thriving, and creating a great atmosphere. It offers real world advice for re-vamping the workplace and prepping for success. While Tim Stevens ... A Good Read for Business People

Kendra's Rating:

2 Stars

On 3/26 eph61820 wrote: …Your Workplace is correct! If you really did want to see that there is no compartmentalization between activities of every day life, this is the book for you. Tim brings highly creative, fallen, redemptive conclusions to any environment that includes other people. You can tell Tim credits his journey ... This is not another leadership book, this is a lessons learned treatise

eph61820's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/23 Ben Birdsong wrote: How do you begin to sum up many years of leadership advice and experience into a book? Fairness Is Overrated and 51 Other Leadership Principles to Revolutionize Your Workplace is Tim Steven’s attempt at just that. Written in short, digestible chapters, this book feels like a coffee shop conversation ... Coffee Shop Conversation with a Leadership Mentor

Ben's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/17 Debra Elliott wrote: Disclosure: BookLook Bloggers has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book or advanced reading copy. However, all opinions are my own.As a current college student earning my BA in human resource management, I am all the time looking for great leadership books. When I got the opportunity to ... Fairness Is Overrated And 51 Other Leadership Principles to Revolutionize Your Workplace By Tim Stevens -Review

Debra's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/17 Mark wrote: The book is full packed with 52 bite-sized written principles that is categorized into four skills that every leader who aspires excellence must develop. First, on being a leader worth following. – In this section, the author provides the right guardrails in the life of a leader so that you will ... Fairness is overrated book review

Mark's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/13 Oak Tree Reviews wrote: One line in the book that stuck with me was in Chapter 50, “The Pain of Growth,” when Stevens said, “Are you more committed to keeping your position and title? Or are you more committed to the growth of your business or church?” I think it’s important to note that business growth will cause ... Fairness is Overrated

Oak Tree Reviews' Rating:

5 Stars