Do you know who you really are? Or how others really see you? One of America's top thought leaders argues self-awareness is the key to high performance, smart choices, and lasting relationships
Chapter - 1: The Meta-Skill of the Twenty-First Century Unit - 1: Part One: Roadblocks And Building Blocks Chapter - 2: The Anatomy of Self-Awareness: The Seven Pillars of Insight Chapter - 3: Blindspots: The Invisible Inner Roadblocks to Insight Chapter - 4: The Cult of Self: The Sinister Societal Roadblock to Insight Unit - 2: Part Two: Internal Self-Awareness-Myths And Truths Chapter - 5: Thinking Isn't Knowing: The Four Follies of Introspection Chapter - 6: Internal Self-Awareness Tools That Really Work Unit - 3: Part Three: External Self-Awareness-Myths And Truths Chapter - 7: The Truth We Rarely Hear: From Mirror to Prism Chapter - 8: Receiving, Reflecting On, and Responding to Difficult or Surprising Feedback Chapter - 9: How Leaders Build Self-Aware Teams and Organizations Chapter - 10: Surviving and Thriving in a Delusional World Section - i: Appendices Acknowledgements - ii: Acknowledgements Section - iii: Notes Index - iv: Index
Dr Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist, researcher and New York Times bestselling author. Over her 15 year career, she's helped thousands of professionals improve their self-awareness and success. Dr Eurich has contributed to Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, and CNBC, and her work has been featured in Forbes, Fox Business, Fast Company, as well as peer-reviewed journals. She has been named a 'Top 100 Thought Leader' by Trust Across America, a 'Leader to Watch' by the American Management Association and one of Denver Business Journal's '40 Under 40'. Her 2014 TEDxMileHigh talk has been viewed more than one million times.
Fascinating science about self insight ... Buy a copy for yourself and buy another to leave, anonymously, on your boss's desk. -- Chip Heath, bestselling co-author of Switch and Decisive Eurich brings focus to how we might reach real insight-the kind that transforms us and our relationships with those we work with. -- Ed Catmull, president of Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios, and New York Times bestselling author of Creativity, Inc As an executive coach for almost four decades, I have seen firsthand how important it is for leaders to be self-aware. Tasha Eurich's Insight lives up to its title, offering effective tools for leaders to gain this critical perspective. -- Marshall Goldsmith, executive coach, business educator and New York Times-bestselling author, ranked the number one leadership thinker in the world by Thinkers50 Groundbreaking strategies and tips for seeing ourselves clearly. This book is a powerful resource for anyone seeking to live a happier, more successful life. -- Gretchen Rubin, New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Project Groundbreaking and thought-provoking ... It's the book I wish I'd had when starting out in business and the book I'd recommend to anyone who wants to cultivate the kind of self-knowledge that is the bedrock of personal and professional success. -- Alan Mulally, retired CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes and the Ford Motor Company A sprawling exploration of the psychic frailty that leads to self-delusion and self-aggrandizement, and-importantly-a compassionate, helpful guide for avoiding that path (or reversing it). Fortune Magazine A bold, exhilarating take on self-improvement...brings fresh perspective to an old question. This book might help you perform better, make better decisions and become happier. Success Magazine Dr. Tasha Eurich's new book is a sometimes uncomfortable, always powerful eye-opener to what it takes to be truly successful. Insightful, penetrating, humane, and holistic in her approach... [her] advice-that we should challenge our own beliefs about who we are, and enlist others to do the same-she knows is hard. But it's the hard things that are worth doing, that will lead to sustainable success in individuals, organizations, even nations. Insight shows us how 800 CEO Read