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"The damage fake work does to our organizations is incalculable. Leaders who care passionately about both performance and people should pay close attention to this important book." -- Craig Swenson, president, Argosy University
"This remarkable book, backed by years of research, is a how-to-do-it road map leading to peak performance." -- Dr. Charles R. Hobbs, president, Unified Power, LLC
"A must-read for anyone who works. The concepts within these pages will change your view of work and inspire you to focus on what's really important to the strategies of your company." -- Hyrum Smith, co-founder of FranklinCovey, CEO of Galileo
"Peterson and Nielson explore the depth and breadth of a subtle yet intriguing phenomenon that plagues contemporary work life. No one can afford to be without this book." -- R. Wayne Pace, Ph.D., founding president, Academy of Human Resource Development
"Read this book and get real!" -- Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager(R) and The One Minute Entrepreneur(TM)
"It is refreshing to be exposed to some new ideas with enormous practical relevance. Better yet, the authors propose actionable cures for this silent disease of fake work that most businesses don't recognize they have." -- Jack Zenger, CEO of Zenger Folkman and coauthor of the bestselling The Extraordinary Leader
"Fake Work masterfully helps you diagnose the symptoms and spot the root causes of fake work, and put your people on the path to work that really matters. An organization pays a heavy price when its bright, capable people quit and leave. But it's even more costly when bright, capable people quit and stay." -- Rodger Dean Duncan, author of ChangeSmarts: Engaging People's Heads, Hearts, and Hopes
"'Synergy' means the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. These two authors have produced a superior, synergistic product on a subject of immense importance." -- Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
"Fake Work powerfully diagnoses why most organizations and people are overworked and yet are underperforming, being trapped in the thick of thin things. It will forever change how you and your organization look at work -- and better yet, how real work is identified and done, and the results that follow." -- Stephen M. R. Covey, New York Times bestselling author of The Speed of Trust
How many countless working hours have you spent on projects, proposals, paperwork, and meetings that felt useless or were ignored or dismissed? Hard work is not the same as real work. Half of the work we do consumes valuable time without strengthening the short- or long-term survival of the organization. In a word, it's fake. Not only does fake work drain a company's resources without improving its bottom line, it steals conviction, care, and positive morale from employees, and adds the burden of high turnover, communication breakdowns, and cultural patterns of poor productivity.
But how can you turn fake work into real work? Internationally renowned business consultants Brent D. Peterson and Gaylan W. Nielson explain how to identify needlessly time-consuming and sometimes difficult tasks (which aren't always as easy to spot as they seem) and shift your focus toward rewarding work that will achieve results. With more than twenty years of experience, Peterson and Nielson have successfully helped corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, schools, and community groups increase their productivity and retain talented employees by understanding and using their skills on things that actually matter. They illustrate their advice with stories about real world employees who have been trapped by fake work.
Fake Work offers solutions that will change the way you view work, including how to recognize fake work and how to get out of it, how (and what) to communicate with your colleagues to eliminate fake work, how to recognize and counteract the personality traits that encourage fake work, and how to close the gap between your company's strategies and the work that needs to be done to reach the results critical to your and your company's survival.
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