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  • The Power of Independent Thinking
  • De : Nancy Kline
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  • Durée : 10 h et 11 min
  • 4,5 out of 5 stars (2 notations)

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    O2E CEO Warren Buffett spends 80% of his time thinking. Tim Armstrong, CEO of AOL, makes his executives devote 10% of their day, or 4 hours per week, to thinking. Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are both well known for taking week-long 'thinking' retreats. 

    In More Time to Think, Nancy Kline demonstrates that the quality of everything we do depends on the quality of the thinking we do first. The leaders, entrepreneurs and business people who understand this are at the top of their fields and inspire some of the most successful and innovative practices and businesses in the world. 

    In this audiobook, Nancy Kline shares 10 effective ways to help people think innovatively, and with rigour. From learning that the mind works best in the presence of a question, and that a key factor in the quality of a person's thinking is how they are treated by the people around them, to the importance of appreciation, Nancy Kline shows how to create a successful 'Thinking Environment', whether for two people, a start-up, or a larger organisation.

    ©2009 Nancy Kline (P)2017 Octopus Publishing Group

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    "As we make sense of change in the 21st century, a deep understanding of the Thinking Environment should be part of every leadership development programme. It intrinsically values the contribution and humanity of each person, and drives team effectiveness. Its power is evident in higher quality relationships, as well as in shorter, smarter meetings." (Rosemary Grant, Statutory Director, Johnson & Johnson Medical UK)

    "When you change the way you think, you change everything. In my work and my life the Thinking Environment has made all the difference." (Scott Farnsworth, President, SunBridge Inc., USA)

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    • 01/12/2019

    Thought-provoking

    I read is slowly because it gave me so much to mull over, and practise in my life as I was reading it. I think it has changed the way I interact with the world and helped me to understand how to connect better with others.

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    • Bluejade
    • 28/01/2023

    Another book that could have been an article

    This book contains a few valuable lessons. It expounds on these lessons with interminable example dialogues that are contrived and condescending (to us, the listener). Even the executive coach who recommended this to me doesn't talk the way this book recommends talking. If he did, I expect he'd lose his clients in short order.

    The narrator is the author, and she sounds infatuated with her own ideas. The longer I listened, the more her style grated on me. If this book eliminated all the pregnant pauses injected by the narrator, I'd certainly have more time to...we'll, do anything other than listen to this book. I even tried to listen at 1.4x, but it was still painful.

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    • Brett Lederle
    • 28/11/2022

    one of the best books I've ever read

    the second part of mansi climbs time to think. Nancy goes into a lot more depth for each individual part of a coach's life and many other aspects. it is an incredibly in-depth teaching on how and why and the process involved to really create a beautifully creative thinking environment.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 28/10/2022

    What an eye opener!

    Very easy to understand and implement! This book is practical and applicable in many situations. Even before I finished reading it I was putting it into action!!! 🔥 🔥 🔥

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    • Evadne Knott-Craig
    • 03/08/2021

    life changing

    I have listened to More time to think twice, and only just started! No stop empowerment

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    • Charlie :)
    • 23/09/2020

    I just did not enjoy this book. :(

    I'm sorry to have to give someone a 1 star. I think others may like this kind of book but for me there was not substance. Lots of discussion on how great the information is but little to know new information. Lots of sizzle but not much steak. If you are looking for light puffy psychology in sound bites you might like this book. Kinda like a chicken soup type of book then you might like this one. It just was not for me and I felt lke the advice given was not good or counter to what I see as productive information.

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    • 24/02/2020

    Transforming.

    Having first read Time to Think this was just necessary follow up. It was interesting to learn about values from a different perspective.

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    • H. A. Harper
    • 12/02/2019

    Exceptional.

    This is a life changing practice. The simplicity of this book masks its true (R)evolutionary content. A must read for all leaders. Especially parents!

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    • Ute
    • 28/01/2022

    Nothing wrong but also nothing beyond common sense

    It is the first time I write a negative review, but I think I have to.
    There is nothing fundamentally wrong with the messages contained in this book, but also nothing dramatically new or that goes beyond what I judge to be common sense.
    Something that I definitely not liked is that some real events are reported in the book in an incorrect way, just to make them better fit what the author is trying to convey. One example: The large airline crash occurred in 1977 at the Tenerife Airport is said "almost certainly to have been caused by the pilot's rejection of Equality in the cockpit". This is far from being true, as the investigation identified the reason of the accident in an unfortunate combination of unclear radio communications, bad visibility conditions, and other misunderstandings. Reducing all these factors to the arrogance of a single person - as the author suggests - is either a sign of poor knowledge of the events she claims to report, or an attempt to shape, omit and oversimplifying facts till the false becomes true.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 17/02/2021

    Very useful

    Great book, at the end a bit repetitive and more philosophical than concrere but not the leas true.
    Just listening to the first 10 chapters will likely have a positive impact on most people.

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