The rebels I met in these organizations came from all walks of life, and each
struck me as unique. But all of them have the quality that I have come to call rebel talent. In my observations, I have also come to identify five core elements of rebel
Author: Francesca Gino
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Category: Business & Economics
'Great stories, great science, and great practical advice about how, when, and why to break the rules' - Angela Duckworth, international bestselling author of Grit. Do you want to follow a script — or write your own story? Award-winning Harvard Business School professor Francesca Gino shows us why the most successful among us break the rules, and how rebellion brings joy and meaning into our lives. Rebels have a bad reputation. We think of them as troublemakers, outcasts, contrarians: those colleagues, friends, and family members who complicate seemingly straightforward decisions, create chaos, and disagree when everyone else is in agreement. But in truth, rebels are also those among us who change the world for the better with their unconventional outlooks. Instead of clinging to what is safe and familiar, and falling back on routines and tradition, rebels defy the status quo. They are masters of innovation and reinvention, and they have a lot to teach us. Francesca Gino, a behavioral scientist and professor at Harvard Business School, has spent more than a decade studying rebels at organizations around the world, from high-end boutiques in Italy’s fashion capital, to the World’s Best Restaurant, to a thriving fast food chain, to an award-winning computer animation studio. In her work, she has identified leaders and employees who exemplify “rebel talent,” and whose examples we can all learn to embrace. Gino argues that the future belongs to the rebel — and that there’s a rebel in each of us. We live in turbulent times, when competition is fierce, reputations are easily tarnished on social media, and the world is more divided than ever before. In this cutthroat environment, cultivating rebel talent is what allows businesses to evolve and to prosper. And rebellion has an added benefit beyond the workplace: it leads to a more vital, engaged, and fulfilling life. Whether you want to inspire others to action, build a business, or build more meaningful relationships, Rebel Talent will show you how to succeed — by breaking all the rules.
The Rebel Below in the Sea While Talent L1 develops into a powerful but
intolerant Tyrant above , Talent D1 swells into a massive and mysterious Rebel
below . The Sea is the natural home of the Rebel and all Four Dark Talents . The
Author: John Lopker
Publisher: Personality Potter TYPOLOGY
Category: Typology (Psychology)
The Picture of Personality reveals the first and only universal picture language of personality. The Guide deciphers the first and only standard set of definitions for human typology. The Guide shows how human nature mirrors Mother Nature. The push and pull of polar opposites creates our personality. Like day and night, we divide into a Light Side and a Dark Side that seek reunion. The conflict between our two sides creates the human journey--the search for the center.
Bottura is what Professor Francesca Gino, author of Rebel Talent: Why It Pays to
Break the Rules at Work and in Life calls a positive deviance rebel. During her
research that analysed people who cheat and behave dishonestly in
Author: Utkarsh Amitabh
Publisher: Sage Publications Pvt. Limited
Category: Business & Economics
People take great pride in flaunting their punishing work routines. The Seductive Illusion of Hard Work establishes that hard work is necessary but insufficient for success. In fact, misdirected hard work is way worse than no work at all. This book includes various real-life examples from the corporate world that has constantly exaggerated the role of hard work and underplayed the critical role of choices and mentorship in creating conditions for success. The young workforce is experiencing burnout and it is suspected that the romantic proclamations and obsession about hard work has lots to do with it. This book discusses all these issues and finally offers a solution-oriented approach to the myth about succeeding in work life.
Tous apprenants : Serial learner et rebel talent. In L'apprenance au service de la
performance, Frimousse, S. and Peretti, J.-M. (eds). EMS, Caen. Gino, F. (2018). Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life. HarperCollins ...
Author: Jean-Luc Cerdin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Apprenticeships can offer apprentices, their teacher-tutors and business apprenticeship supervisors experiences that are rich in knowledge. The Success of Apprenticeships presents the observations and opinions of 48 actors regarding apprenticeships. These testimonies recount how apprenticeships allowed them to improve their expertise, their professional practices and their organization skills. This book also examines how their interactions in the work/study process allowed them not only to develop the skills of apprentices, but also the skills of those who accompanied them – the teacher-tutors and the business apprenticeships supervisors. The creation of an authentic community of apprentices subscribes to the formation of an ecosystem of learning, in which each individual harvests fruits in terms of the development of their personal abilities.
GoDemon making music from anything—Benjammmin St. Rebel. Talent of
making any rolling object come up as wanted—Mike Kloss. Tracy Berry McLain—
Tabby McLain. Anthony Liaw “Pirate”—Kara Ogushi. Talent of summoning
Author: Piers Anthony
Publisher: Tor Books
Picka Bones and his sister Joy'nt are off in search of adventure with three creatures newly arrived from Mundania--and not the sort of creatures you might expect! Join them in a madcap quest, in this 35th tale of the land of Xanth. For nearly three decades, Piers Anthony's bestselling Xanth series has been delighting tens of thousands of fantasy fans around the world. The saga continues with the Well-Tempered Clavicle. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
C. DALLE Depending upon Others , NIR EDWARD LYTTON BULWER , Lines
from O'Neill , or the Rebel , ' Talent and Genius , ANAN PREDERICK MARRYAT ,
A Prudent Sea Captain - Abuse of Ship Stores , CAPTAIN GLASSCOCK , NA ...
Talented Coordinator and the pupil's form and/or subject teacher are unlikely to
have the expertise necessary to 'ask the ... Some will be under tremendous
pressure from home to develop their talents, and may rebel against this pressure
Author: Bette Gray-Fow
How can primary and secondary schools best identify and provide for pupils with talents in the creative arts and sport? This book contains a range of practical and inclusive strategies to help schools enable and encourage pupils to make the most of their talents, including: -a fresh look at definitions of talent -advice on identifying talented pupils in primary and secondary schools -information on the unique needs and characteristics of talented pupils -guidance on the role of both in-school and out-of-school provision -a whole-school audit, to assess provision in the talent area -advice on developing whole-school and departmental policies for talented pupils Aimed at gifted and talented coordinators, teachers and school managers, this book will also benefit leaders of extra-curricular activities, and parents.
ENGLISH TALENT SIDES WITH AMERICA . 273 to a eulogy passed upon him by
Edmund Burke , after Lord North had de . nounced him as “ only a brave , able ,
humane and generous rebel , ' exclaiming , • Curse on his virtues ; they have ...
Swafford , Wm . Selvidge , Wm . Thomas - died in Louisville ; Wm . Talent , John
Trotter , Joseph Talent , Jerry Triplet , Meredith Wolf . REBEL SOLDIERS FROM
THE ELEVENTH DISTRICT . - Samuel Browder , Wm . Blanton , James Blanton ...
“Remarkably talented,” Bird confirmed rather wistfully, as though he envied
Ridley's skill, "but lazy, of course. Natural talent going to waste, Starbuck. Just
wasted! He won't work at his talent. He prefers to marry money rather than make it
Author: Bernard Cornwell
Publisher: Harper Collins
When Richmond landowner Washington Faulconer snatches young Nate Starbuck from the grip of a Yankee-hating mob, Nate is both grateful and awed by his idealistic rescuer. To repay his generosity, he enlists in the Faulconer legion to fight against his home, the North, and against his abolitionist father. When the regiment joins up, ready to march into the ferocious battle at Buff Run, the men are prepared to start a war . . . but they aren't ready for how they—and the nation—will be forever changed by the oaths they have sworn for their beloved South.
Author: BusinessNews PublishingPublish On: 2014-09-29
For a business rebel's instincts to be effective over the longer term, they have to
avoid burnout. That means having some healthy ... as a blessing or a curse.” –
Carlos Castaneda “Rebels have a remarkable skill for elevating talent and
Author: BusinessNews Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
The must-read summary of Chip Conley's book: "The Rebel Rules: Daring to Be Yourself in Business". This complete summary of the ideas from Chip Conley's book "The Rebel Rules" shows how today's rebel entrepreneurs are those who start new companies that break the established rules. In his book, the author explains that you do not necessarily have to conform and do what everyone else has done in the past to succeed. Chip Conley analyzes four personality traits that those who succeed against conventional wisdom have in common. This summary will help you gain the confidence you need to become a business rebel and start succeeding on your own terms. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Expand your business knowledge To learn more, read "The Rebel Rules" and find out how you can develop the qualities that will make you more competitive on the market.
Most recently, I've focused my attention on “rebel talent”—rule breakers who
change the nature of their work, their organizations, and their industry, sometimes
with spectacular results and sometimes less so. One key attribute shared by ...
Author: Shelley Osborne
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Category: Business & Economics
Make continuous learning part of your company’s DNA—and growth, profits, and sustainability will follow Keeping up with the pace of change may seem impossible, but it’s not. The secret is to make continuous learning a top value for every person on the team so when change happens, everyone is prepared. In The Upskilling Imperative, Shelley Osborne, Udemy’s Vice President of Learning, reveals the methods she uses to help many of today’s leading companies—from Adidas to PayPal to Barclays—build and sustain a culture of learning. With techniques supported by the latest learning science, she takes you through five steps for transforming your business into an industry powerhouse: Create an environment of freedom, opportunity, and love of learning Use honest, forthright feedback to fuel your new learning culture Clearly communicate the rewards that come when we approach our job as a learning adventure Build learning into the everyday workflows and operations Manage your new learning culture in a sustainable way With this new, evolved mindset, you and your workforce will approach the next inevitable workplace upheaval or technology with skill and confidence—not confusion and dread.
... executive coaches that should be on every leader's desk.” —Francesca Gino,
Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School Behavioral
Scientist, author, Rebel Talent and Sidetracked “We live in a reputation economy.
Author: Harrison Monarth
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Category: Business & Economics
Be the kind of leader that other leaders envy by strategically harnessing the extraordinary power of perception. One of today’s most in-demand leadership consultants, Harrison Monarth, has coached executives and CEOs in various industries, from technology, medicine and law, to hospitality, and consumer products. They have come from companies as large and wide-ranging as Hewlett-Packard, P&G, General Motors, Deloitte Consulting, PepsiCo, and Standard and Poor’s. Monarth has now updated his classic, groundbreaking guide to give you the edge on the competition in today’s dog-eat-dog business landscape. Building an executive presence is about being in control of your emotions when you’re under stress. It’s about knowing yourself well enough to clearly see the impact and influence you have on others. It’s about managing your behaviors so you always foster trust and credibility. It’s about leaving absolutely no doubt about the value you contribute to others and your organization. And it’s about actively monitoring and managing your reputation to achieve important outcomes. Monarth takes you step by step through the process of building your personal brand as the kind of leader everyone trusts to do the right thing at the right time—and as the one person people automatically seek out to lead them through the most challenging situations. There’s no replacement for basic leadership talent and skills. But what makes someone a top-tier leader—those who take their organization from a solid industry player to the unchallenged industry frontrunner—is the ability to harness the power of perception to engage stakeholders at any level and make things happen. Executive Presence delivers everything you need to stand out among the competition at every turn in your career.
... forcibly illustrates the saving of lives and treasure in not first attempting to
reduce these powerful defenses . Plan No . 10 gives the position of the entire and
connected system of rebel defenses that succumbed to the skill and talent of
For millions of survivors, especially Southerners like William Duncan, the war
ignored their Talent and squandered their Treasure. Justifiably obscured in much
of history by the terrible total of dead, financial devastation of the South was ...
Author: Philip Robert Caudill
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
So wrote Texas pioneer cattle drover William Berry Duncan in his March 1862 diary entry, the day he joined the Confederate Army. Despite his misgivings, Duncan left his prosperous business to lead neighbors and fellow volunteers as commanding officer of cavalry Company F of Spaight's Eleventh Battalion that later became the 21st Texas Infantry in America's Civil War. Philip Caudill's rich account, drawn from Duncan's previously untapped diaries and letters written by candlelight on the Gulf Coast cattle trail to New Orleans, in Confederate Army camps, and on his southeast Texas farm after the war, reveals the personable Duncan as a man of steadfast integrity and extraordinary leadership. After the war, he returned to his home in Liberty County and battled for survival on the chaotic Reconstruction-era Texas frontier. Supplemented by archival records and complementary accounts, "Moss Bluff Rebel" paints a picture of everyday life for the Anglo-Texans who settled the Mexican land grants in the early nineteenth century and subsequently became citizens of the proudly independent Texas Republic. The carefully crafted narrative goes on to reveal the wartime emotions of a reluctant Confederate officer and his postwar struggles to reinvent the lifestyle he knew before the war, a way of life he sensed was lost forever. "Moss Bluff Rebel" will appeal to history lovers of all ages attracted to the drama of the Civil War period and the men and women who shaped the Texas frontier.
Velazquez , for instance , says of herself , “ A woman like myself , who had a talent for assuming disguises , and who , like ... The women are telling stories as
much about the abstract woman — the woman of talent , “ the rebel spy ” — as
Author: Kathleen De Grave
Category: Literary Criticism
"One would not expect a police officer to describe a criminal as "remarkable," "well worth knowing," or "excellent." Yet some did when their quarry was a confidence woman. Blackmailer, swindler, or pickpocket: the confidence woman could take any form." "Regardless of their different motives and tactics, confidence women have much in common, for they have long been misrepresented in American literature and culture. In Swindler, Spy, Rebel: The Confidence Woman in Nineteenth-Century America, Kathleen De Grave redresses the exaggerations and distortions by examining how the line between fact and fiction blurs." "Drawing from a variety of sources, such as memoirs, diaries, detective reports, newspaper accounts, and sociological studies written during the period, De Grave first presents a historical context. By comparing the exploits of such women as "Chicago May" Churchill, "Big Bertha" Heyman, and Ellen Peck to those of fictional women who used the same strategies in noncriminal situations, De Grave broadens the definition of the confidence woman beyond criminality to include adventuresses, soldiers/spies, and "gold diggers." Next, she relates how the confidence woman appears in autobiographies and in fiction. She further expands her argument to include the narrative devices of nineteenth-century women writers who used a kind of confidence game as a way to lure their readers into the text."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
their arms in clerical callings , because of unfitness by education ; and hence ,
great was the ingenuity displayed and the skill evinced in accommodating
themselves to pursuits and callings often as novel as ingenious . Unfortunately ,
His talent spoke for him, which might be what he intended all along with his
secrecy.' The effort seemed unnecessarily dramatic, but perhaps Leodegrance
was a dramatic sort of man and there were the scars to consider as well. 'Then it's
Author: Bronwyn Scott
The art of fencing, like the art of love, requires three important skills: 1. Anticipating your partner's every move, working them into the exact position you desire. 2. Being completely attuned to each other's bodies. 3. Absolute dedication, no matter how many hours are spent sweating it out. Viscount Amersham has come to Paris to prove his skill with the blade. But feisty Alyssandra Leodegrance is not the opponent he was expecting! As expert swordplay leads to sizzling sensuality, it's difficult to say who will win…and what they will claim as their prize! Rakes on Tour Outrageous hell-raisers let loose in Europe!