In a creative twist on a regular business book, authors Katy Bray and Zeb Severson use their combined wisdom to teach the most valuable lessons on scaling a business—complete with all the archetypical challenges many start-ups face—and do it in a fresh and engaging way. Written in the form of a business parable not unlike Og Mandino’s The Greatest Salesman in the World, Katy and Zeb also use the medium of narrative storytelling to teach the tried and true methods for healing and scaling they use in their own work with clients. A book that reaches into the mind and the heart, The Seven Mental Models for the Conscious Team provides solutions to challenges every growing team has—and does so in the most inviting way.
|Publisher:||Writers of the Round Table Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.22(d)|
About the Author
Zeb Severson is a systems specialist. His experience installing and operating global communication networks for thousands of users gives him a unique ability to identify and optimize systems-at both the macro and micro scales. He brings big-picture perspective, logic, and analysis into the coaching process as he observes how team members interact. His natural orientation is to understand the inner workings of what is known in business as the softer features, as they relate to the internal landscape of people's feelings and responses. Because of all this, Zeb understands what it takes to anchor, and then expand, a person's or a business's capacity to live from their purpose-their very own personal gravitational force.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Growing Pains 1
Chapter 2: Finding Perspective 13
Chapter 3: Who Is Listening? 25
Chapter 4: Who Is Talking? 39
Chapter 5: Compassion 49
Chapter 6: Resolve 61
Chapter 7: Flexibility 67
Chapter 8: Team 77
Chapter 9: Container 87