Insight : why we're not as self-aware as we think, and how seeing ourselves clearly helps us succeed at work and in life / Tasha Eurich
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- ISBN: 9780451496812
- ISBN: 0451496817
- Physical Description: x, 357 pages ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New York : Crown Business, 
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -344) and index.
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The meta-skill of the twenty-first century -- Part one: Roadblocks and building blocks -- The anatomy of self-awareness: the seven pillars of insight -- Blindspots: the invisible inner roadblocks to insight -- The cult of self: the sinister societal roadblock to insight -- Part two: Internal self-awareness--myths and truths -- Thinking isn't knowledge: the four follies of introspection -- Internal self-awareness tools that really work -- Par three: External self-awareness--myths and truths -- The truth we rarely hear: from mirror to prism -- Receiving, reflecting on, and responding to difficult or surprising feedback -- Part four: The bigger picture -- How leaders build self-aware teams and organizations -- Surviving and thriving in a delusional world.
"The first definitive book on the science of self-awareness, Insight is a fascinating journey into everyone's favorite topic: themselves. Do you understand who you really are? Or how others really see you? We all know people with a stunning lack of self-awareness--but how often do we consider whether we might have the same problem? Research shows that self-awareness is the meta-skill of the 21st century--the foundation for high performance, smart choices, and lasting relationships. Unfortunately, we are remarkably poor judges of ourselves and how we come across, and it's rare to get candid, objective feedback from colleagues, employees, and even friends and family. Integrating hundreds of studies with her own research and work in the Fortune 500 world, organizational psychologist Tasha Eurich shatters conventional assumptions about what it takes to truly know ourselves--like why introspection isn't a bullet train to insight, how experience is the enemy of self-knowledge, and just how far others will go to avoid telling us the truth about ourselves. Through stories of people who've made dramatic gains in self-awareness, she offers surprising secrets, techniques and strategies to help readers do the same - and therefore improve their work performance, career satisfaction, leadership potential, relationships, and more" -- provided by publisher.
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