Titel: Adversity Quotient
Autor/en: Paul G. PhD Stoltz
Turning Obstacles Into Opportunities.
49:B&W 6. 14 x 9. 21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam.
John Wiley & Sons
11. Mai 1999 - kartoniert - 348 Seiten
Praise for Adversity Quotient.
"With AQ, Paul Stoltz has done something remarkable: He synthesizes some of the most important information on how we influence our own future and then offers a profound set of observations which teaches us how to thrive in a fast-changing world!"-Joel Barker, President, Infinity, LTD, author of Paradigm Shift.
"Adversity Quotient will show that you have more control over events than you think. The key is changing your beliefs. Believe it or not, that can usually be done in One Minute." -Ken Blanchard, co-author, The One Minute Manager.
"Paul Stoltz's AQ explains why some people, teams, organizations, and societies fail or quit, and how others in the situation persevere and succeed. With this book, anyone or or organization can learn to reroute their AQ and hardwire their brain for success." -Daniel Burrus, author, Technotrends.
"AQ is one of the more important concepts of our time. Paul Stoltz's book provides the direction and tools necessary for putting this idea into practice. It is a must read for anyone interested in personal mastery, leadership effectiveness and/or organizational productivity." -Jim Ericson, Program Director, The Masters Forum.
THRIVING IN THE AGE OF ADVERSITY.
A New View of Success.
The Age of Adversity.
The Science of AQ.
MEASURING AND UNDERSTANDING YOUR AQ.
The Adversity Response Profile(TM): Measuring Your AQ and Your Ability to Climb.
Interpreting Your Adversity Quotient and Your Power to Ascend.
IMPROVING AQ IN YOURSELF, OTHERS, AND YOUR ORGANIZATION.
LEAD: Improving Your AQ and Your Ability to Ascend.
Improving Others' AQs and Their Ability to Ascend.
The High AQ Organization: Creating the Climbing Culture.
The Climber's Habit.
"Why do some people prevail where others despair? The difference lies in their 'adversity quotients.' An adversity quotient is a measure of how well someone handles bad news, said Paul Stoltz, who coined the term."-Seattle Post-Intelligencer,August 21, 1998 "Many (employers) in the work force are looking to the newly designated AQ, or adversity quotient...to get the results they want..."-Washington Post No. 7 on the Denver Post Business List, September 27, 1998. "Paul Stoltz has done something remarkable: He synthesizes some of the most important information on how we influence our future and then offers a profound set of observations which teach us how to thrive in a fast-changing world."-Joel Barker, President, Infinity, LTD, Author of Paradigm Shift