Teaching an Anthill to Fetch: Developing Collaborative Intelligence @ Work
|Rating||:||4.60 (906 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||232 Pages|
John Chancellor said A new paradigm. In Teaching an Anthill to Fetch, Stephen Joyce gives us a new paradigm for work and life. The purpose of the book is to enlighten us to the benefits of Collaborative Intelligence (CQ). Actually he makes a very strong case that we must embrace CQ if we are going to achieve the most from work and life.Stephen . "Sorry to buck the trend of gushing but." according to Roger W. Wright. This book reads as if a really engaging, curious and bright gentleman took a look around his bookshelves; pulled out the full range of quotes, tips, models, favorite stories; and then jammed them all into a big old shining aluminum can and painted "Collaborative Intelligence" on the front.To be clear: "Colla. Get hooked on CQ Steve Joyce shares a valuable and powerful story to get us hooked on the value of Collaborative Intelligence (CQ). Teaching an anthill to fetch reveals that CQ comes from reciprocal service -- to a greater good and from the greater good to us. CQ is an aptitude we possess without realizing it. We already kno
Channeling the attention and energy of a team has never been more challenging. IQ and EQ (emotional intelligence) are necessary but no longer sufficient to deal with the present rate of change. Getting people onboard and keeping them there demands a new level of collaboration, such as the model presented by Joyce.