Energize Your Workplace: How to Create and Sustain High-Quality Connections at Work

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John Wiley & Sons, 27 oct. 2003 - 224 pages
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Corrosive work relationships are like black holes that swallow up energy that people need to do their jobs. In contrast, high-quality relationships generate and sustain energy, equipping people to do work and do it well.

Grounded in solid research, this book uses energy as a measurement to describe the power of positive and negative connections in people's experience at work. Author Jane Dutton provides three pathways for turning negative connections into positive ones that create and sustain employee resilience and flexibility, facilitate the speed and quality of learning, and build individual commitment and cooperation.

Through compelling and illustrative stories, Energize Your Workplace offers managers, executives, and human resource professionals the resources they need to build high-quality connections in the workplace.

 

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1 Creating Energy Through HighQuality Connections
1
2 Respectful Engagement
21
3 Task Enabling
51
4 Trusting
79
5 Dealing with Corrosive Connections
109
6 Building HighQuality Connections in Your Organization
139
Notes
175
The Author
191
Index
193
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Jane E. Dutton is the William Russell Kelly Professor of Business Administration at The University of Michigan. She is the author of three books and numerous articles in the area of relational work in organizations, which have appeared in Academy of Management Review, Strategic Thinking, and Administrative Science Quarterly, among others. Dutton's article, "Leading in Times of Trauma," appeared in the January 2002 issue of Harvard Business Review.

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