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Have you ever known colleagues who the minute they stepped into the conference room, on stage, or onto the playing field, elevated the performance of everyone around them? Someone whose impact within the team could be seen in nearly everything that was said and done?  These individuals are catalysts - they spark excellence in the behavior and the performance of the entire t Have you ever known colleagues who the minute they stepped into the conference room, on stage, or onto the playing field, elevated the performance of everyone around them? Someone whose impact within the team could be seen in nearly everything that was said and done?  These individuals are catalysts - they spark excellence in the behavior and the performance of the entire team.  The Catalyst Effect identifies the behaviors and skills needed to lead from wherever you are, regardless of your role or title. It describes powerful leadership and teamwork principles—12 clearly defined competencies, based on field research with professionals in business, sports, the arts, and non-profit organizations—that will elevate the performance of individuals, teams, and your entire organization.  This essential guide will show you how to learn and practice these catalytic competencies and help your group and organization achieve greater success, improve team dynamics, and help teammates grow in stature while magnifying their value.


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Have you ever known colleagues who the minute they stepped into the conference room, on stage, or onto the playing field, elevated the performance of everyone around them? Someone whose impact within the team could be seen in nearly everything that was said and done?  These individuals are catalysts - they spark excellence in the behavior and the performance of the entire t Have you ever known colleagues who the minute they stepped into the conference room, on stage, or onto the playing field, elevated the performance of everyone around them? Someone whose impact within the team could be seen in nearly everything that was said and done?  These individuals are catalysts - they spark excellence in the behavior and the performance of the entire team.  The Catalyst Effect identifies the behaviors and skills needed to lead from wherever you are, regardless of your role or title. It describes powerful leadership and teamwork principles—12 clearly defined competencies, based on field research with professionals in business, sports, the arts, and non-profit organizations—that will elevate the performance of individuals, teams, and your entire organization.  This essential guide will show you how to learn and practice these catalytic competencies and help your group and organization achieve greater success, improve team dynamics, and help teammates grow in stature while magnifying their value.

44 review for The Catalyst Effect: 12 Skills and Behaviors to Boost Your Impact and Elevate Team Performance

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Jerden

    The book reminds me a bit of Peter Senge's "The Fifth Discipline," in that the original book outlined a most interesting theory about behavior but lacked much practical application. It wasn't until the Fieldbook came out later that we all did the 'ah ha . . . this is how we can apply it at work.' The catalyst theory of leadership is an intriguing one. The book lacks the guidance to 'turn the corner' and begin to both observe and apply some of the behaviorial benefits at work, recreation, etc. I The book reminds me a bit of Peter Senge's "The Fifth Discipline," in that the original book outlined a most interesting theory about behavior but lacked much practical application. It wasn't until the Fieldbook came out later that we all did the 'ah ha . . . this is how we can apply it at work.' The catalyst theory of leadership is an intriguing one. The book lacks the guidance to 'turn the corner' and begin to both observe and apply some of the behaviorial benefits at work, recreation, etc. I look forward to The Cataylst Effect Fieldbook surely to follow.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shalynn Simatovich

    Helpful material with engaging supporting stories/interviews/etc. Written from a very academic standpoint and a little difficult to follow at times, but overall worth reading.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    *yawn* I guess if I knew how to sucker people into paying $40 for 12 platitudes and 37 stories, I too could write this book and sit back while the money rolls in. 3 stars only because the leadership advice isn't bad. It's just.... so.... thin. Purchased for a class I'm taking and will immediately put up for sale on Amazon. If you're genuinely curious, get a coffee at B&N and read this in the 20 minutes it takes you to sip your latte. If you're looking for better books on leadership, try Simon Sine *yawn* I guess if I knew how to sucker people into paying $40 for 12 platitudes and 37 stories, I too could write this book and sit back while the money rolls in. 3 stars only because the leadership advice isn't bad. It's just.... so.... thin. Purchased for a class I'm taking and will immediately put up for sale on Amazon. If you're genuinely curious, get a coffee at B&N and read this in the 20 minutes it takes you to sip your latte. If you're looking for better books on leadership, try Simon Sinek or Jim Collins or the folks at VitalSmarts.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mike Abrams

    I read this book recently and really enjoyed the framework put together by Jerry and Craig. The cornerstones were easy to follow and the examples ranged from many different industries. Personally, I enjoyed the sports stories since a lot of them hit close to home. I highly recommend this book to everyone looking to become strong leaders in their organization.

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