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Would you try another book from Matthew Kelly and/or David Slavin?
What do you think your next listen will be?
The 4 Disciplines of Execution
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
Narrator was fine.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Powerful premise - teams are the sum of the members - members are more motivated and likely to succeed by tying in to their individual dream.
Any additional comments?
After laying out a powerful premise the book is painfully short on specifics and quite frankly seemed like a novel on how the author wished the world to be. It felt sort of like "a cure to cancer is important ... let's cure cancer ... skeptical researchers got together and after talking about initial obstacles >>> poof! <<< cancer was cured!". The book was supposedly a compilation of real cases. Why not delve more into real issues and show us more on real life obstacles and challenges?
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
This was a interesting book to listen to. It was short and easy to follow. It covers a new paradigm of how to drive business based on the needs, and more importantly dreams of the employees that will help turn a business around. It presents a model of getting people engaged again again rather than just showing up and taking up space.
I particularly enjoyed the actual interview at the end of the book with the author. I probably should have listened to it 1st in order to hear the author's voice through the rest of the performance, which was a good performance and easy to listen to. I look forward to hearing more about businesses that are implementing the dream manager approach to driving their businesses in a world where businesses need employees to be fully engaged.