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Discover the three operational styles present in any workplace. Unlike personality types, operational styles shape how we view our jobs and ourselves, how we get things done, and how we leverage relationships to do so within the context of work. When operational styles mesh well, relationships thrive and productivity soars! When these styles collide, people and companies lo Discover the three operational styles present in any workplace. Unlike personality types, operational styles shape how we view our jobs and ourselves, how we get things done, and how we leverage relationships to do so within the context of work. When operational styles mesh well, relationships thrive and productivity soars! When these styles collide, people and companies lose big--in the form of compromised productivity, profitability, damaged culture, and poor morale. Walk, Climb, or Fly provides practical advice that will help anyone--at any level--move from merely surviving to a thriving, professional existence. By embracing your operational style and following steps to career course correction, you will learn how to navigate interpersonal conflict, improve communication and collaboration, and secure a better job fit. You'll also be empowered to realign your work to a greater sense of purpose and obtain more satisfaction and gratification from your labor.


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Discover the three operational styles present in any workplace. Unlike personality types, operational styles shape how we view our jobs and ourselves, how we get things done, and how we leverage relationships to do so within the context of work. When operational styles mesh well, relationships thrive and productivity soars! When these styles collide, people and companies lo Discover the three operational styles present in any workplace. Unlike personality types, operational styles shape how we view our jobs and ourselves, how we get things done, and how we leverage relationships to do so within the context of work. When operational styles mesh well, relationships thrive and productivity soars! When these styles collide, people and companies lose big--in the form of compromised productivity, profitability, damaged culture, and poor morale. Walk, Climb, or Fly provides practical advice that will help anyone--at any level--move from merely surviving to a thriving, professional existence. By embracing your operational style and following steps to career course correction, you will learn how to navigate interpersonal conflict, improve communication and collaboration, and secure a better job fit. You'll also be empowered to realign your work to a greater sense of purpose and obtain more satisfaction and gratification from your labor.

15 review for Walk, Climb, or Fly: Surviving and Thriving in the Workplace Wilderness

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jason Falls

    An excellent fresh look at managing people, yourself and your career I love Leigh Durst’s approach to operational styles. After years of trying dozens of personality approaches — liking some, disliking others — I found her operational style approach refreshing. This book offers a new understanding of how to fit into organizations, manage within organizations, or even manage your own career. The work sheets and questionnaires are incredibly useful and eye-opening. This is a book almost anyone can An excellent fresh look at managing people, yourself and your career I love Leigh Durst’s approach to operational styles. After years of trying dozens of personality approaches — liking some, disliking others — I found her operational style approach refreshing. This book offers a new understanding of how to fit into organizations, manage within organizations, or even manage your own career. The work sheets and questionnaires are incredibly useful and eye-opening. This is a book almost anyone can find usefulness in.

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