First Break All the Rules(Summary) Essay
Managers have nothing in common. They come from different races. They are of different age groups, and they employ vastly different styles. The only one thing that seems to be common in them is that, they tend to defy, challenge and if possible break the rules that govern our conventional wisdom. The author doesn’t recommend one to change their style of leadership, with the one recommended in this book, because the book encourages managers to challenge the standardized layout of rules.
Great managers know that there is a certain boundary to how much a person can be molded. And they don’t try and push/thrust the change they desire into the recipient. They try to make people better at what they are …show more content…
If seen properly, there is a pattern to the way the questions have been framed.
The first two questions make the respondent think ‘What do I get?’
The next four questions make the respondent think ‘What do I give?’
The next four questions make the respondent think ‘Do I belong here?’
The last two questions make the respondent think ‘How can we all grow?’
Selecting the right employee or selecting for talent is an important aspect that the