Monthly Archives: November 2012

Reviving Work Ethic – Chapters 10, 11, and 12

I am reviewing this book as part of the 12 Books group discussion which focuses on a business book each month. Chapter 10, 11 and 12 deal with Integrity, Gratitude and The Valued Proposition. Integrity is defined as tell the truth in … Continue reading

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Reviving Work Ethic – Chapters 8 and 9

I am reviewing this book as part of the 12 Books group discussion which focuses on a business book each month. Chapters 8 and 9 deal with Initiative and Respect. Initative in the Universal Sandbox Values is translated as “do your best” … Continue reading

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Reviving Work Ethic – Chapter 6 and 7

  I am reviewing this book as part of the 12 Books group discussion which focuses on a business book each month. Chapter 6 deals with reliability and Eric presents solid points on how to go about instilling the idea … Continue reading

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Reviving Work Ethic – Chapters 4 and 5

  In Chapter 4 Eric addresses how leaders/managers can increase cognizance among the new workforce. The first is to clarify – this is an area where I feel most organizations fall short. They expect to explain it once to new … Continue reading

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Reviving Work Ethic – Chapters 2 and 3

Chapter 2 was interesting in getting Eric’s definition of work ethic. I particularly enjoyed the comparison of Sandbox values to what Employers want as I had never thought of it in those terms. The difficulty as he points out is … Continue reading

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Reviving Work Ethic – Chapter One

  In Chapter 1 Eric has laid out the reasons for the current state of the work ethic with the younger workforce. The availability of “15 minutes of fame” is so much easier and faster today that I feel that … Continue reading

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