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MOJO: HOW TO GET IT, HOW TO KEEP IT, HOW TO GET IT BACK, IF YOU LOSE IT
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Language ENGLISH
Author MARSHALL GOLDSMITH
Category BUSINESSGENERAL
ISBN 1846681464
ISBN-13 9781846681462
Binding PAPERBACK
Publishing Year 2010
Publisher PROFILE BOOKS, 
Number of Pages 224

     
    Description of the Book
 

In his follow-up to the New York Times bestseller What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, Marshall Goldsmith, one of the world’s preeminent executive coaches, explains how we can capture, keep and if necessary regain our mojo.

Mojo is the positive spirit towards what we are doing now that starts from the inside and radiates to the outside. Our professional and personal mojo is affected by four key factors: Identity (Who do you think you are?); Achievement (What have you done lately?); Reputation (Who do other people think you are?) and Acceptance (What can you change – and when do you need to just ‘let it go’?).

Mojo is at its peak when we are experiencing happiness and meaning in what we are doing, and communicating this experience to the world around us (as opposed to sharing our ‘nojo’). Based on years of Marshall’s experience coaching the world’s top CEOs, the mojo toolkit reveals how to do this, through fourteen practical tools that will help you achieve happiness and meaning – not only in business, but also in life.

About The Author
Marshall Goldsmith (Winner: 2011 Thinkers50 Leadership Award) is one of the world's leading executive coaches. He was a pioneer of the 360-degree feedback technique. His success is built on a no-nonsense approach to leaders and leadership and a Buddhist philosophy.

Over the years, Goldsmith has maintained a prodigious output as author, co-author, and editor, of more than 30 books. These include The Leader of the Future (co-edited with Frances Hesselbein and Richard Beckhard, 1996), which has been translated into 25 languages, and What Got You Here – Won’t Get You There (co-authored with Mark Reiten, 2007).

The follow-up was MOJO: How to Get It, How to Keep It, and How to Get It Back If You Lose It (with Mark Reiter, 2010). Our Mojo is "the moment when we do something that's purposeful, powerful, and positive and the rest of the world recognizes it". It is influenced by four factors, identity, achievement, reputation and acceptance.

Goldsmith’s own Mojo seems indefatigable. He originally got into the executive coaching business by accident. A CEO of a large organization mentioned an employee that he didn't think lived the organization's values, and Goldsmith offered to help on a no improvement, no fee basis. It worked.

For Goldsmith, executive coaching is not a brief interaction. Instead it is a longer-term commitment to work with an executive and their team, to find out how that person is viewed and provide feedback, which can be worked into a coaching program.

A partner in Marshall Goldsmith Group, a group of top-rank executive and management coaches, Goldsmith focuses on three things "teaching, coaching and writing." A long time Buddhist, Goldsmith tries, where possible, to use Buddha's teachings in his work.

Goldsmith received his MBA from Indiana University and his doctorate from UCLA. Between 1976 and 2000 he was assistant professor and associate dean in the business college of Loyola Marymount College, Los Angeles. Since then he has taught executive education at Dartmouth College’s Tuck Business School and other leading universities.

Table Of Contents
Section I-You and Your Mojo : Mojo, you and me
Measuring your Mojo
The Mojo paradox
Section II-The Building Blocks of Mojo : Identity: who do you think you are?
Achievement: what have you done lately?
Reputation: who do people think you are?
Acceptance: when can you let go?
Mojo killers
Four pointless arguments
That job is gone!
Section III-Your Mojo Tool Kit : Change you or change it
Identity: making sense of who you are
Achievement: making it easier to get things done
Reputation: taking control of your "story"
Acceptance: change what you can, let go of what you can’t
Section IV-Connecting Inside to Outside : Going beyond self-help You go first The Mojo survey: measuring short-term satisfaction (Happiness) and long-term benefit (Meaning) What the Mojo survey results mean Index


     
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