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Why This Book Matters:
Turn the Ship Around tells the story of how a mediocre Navy submarine crew became a highly respected crew by the works of a new navy captain.
The Big Takeaways:
- The United States is looking at a leadership problem, creating a bad image for doing business.
- If To encourage and motivate workers, we must restructure how we view leadership.
- Give everyone a chance to pitch ideas. This is how businesses succeed.
- The decision-making power is evenly disbursed throughout the management system, which allows people to use new information.
- Motivate your employees to be more productive by allowing them to have more responsibility.
- Asking for permission using the phrase “I intend to” gives more power to the employees because they are the ones that made the decision, not the leader.
- Do not give employees responsibilities they cannot handle.
- Identify unprepared individuals or teams by asking questions and delegate tasks accordingly.
- Businesses must have clear goals so they can accomplish using the leader-leader strategy.
- Give employees external incentives to decrease employee-employee competition.