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Publisher's Summary

"Empowerment" can be a mind-numbing topic, but in The 3 Keys to Empowerment, Ken Blanchard and his coauthors use concrete examples, a Q&A format, case histories, and entertaining comments to keep the discussion lively. The authors show that empowerment is not about giving people power, it's about releasing the power they already have.
©2001 Blanchard Family Trust (P)2013 Gildan Media LLC
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"Each chapter, arranged in a question-and-answer format, gives advice and details on realizing all the steps and processes. Scattered among the tips are relevant case histories, skills, and reinforcement from other consultants. One example is a mentions the art of effective praising, including the expression of sincere appreciation. And the authors stress that sharing information, at the very beginning, doesn't mean explaining a future vision and mission. Smart psychology at work." (Booklist)
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2 out of 5 stars
By Jim on 08-24-17

Like assembly instructions for a house

Wayyyyyyyy to much detail. This literally read like assembly instructions or a recipe book with 5,000 ingredients. It does not show, what this means to me, how do I change to become someone who knows how to empower others. It was literally a HR manual for empowering teams. I need practical information I can use personally to become someone who empowers others. The book was not relevant to me and my struggles with empowering others. This of course is a big disappointment as Ken doesn't normally do this kind of nonsense!

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