Winning Well

“Written with empathy and experience, Winning Well is essential reading for managers who want to be great leaders.”

Winning Well

A Manager’s Guide to Getting Things Done Without Losing Your Soul

(2016 AMACOM)

“Winning Well challenges the common win-at-all-costs mentality, offering specific tools and techniques for managers to achieve lasting results while remaining a decent person.  This is a practical resource for inspiring teams and developing leaders.”

—  Adam Grant, Wharton professor and New York Times bestselling author of GIVE AND TAKE and ORIGINALS

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Building and managing an effective team is much more difficult than succeeding on an individual level.  As managers, it’s necessary to create an environment where teamwork, individual initiative, and creativity are encouraged.  Without a clear roadmap of how to accomplish this, managers may soon find the ambitions of themselves and their teams frustrated.

In WINNING WELL:  A Manager’s Guide To Getting Results – Without Losing Your Soul, leadership training experts Karin Hurt and David Dye provide such a roadmap, giving current and aspiring managers the tools needed to achieve consistent excellence.  The authors encourage managers to extend their time horizon beyond the next monthly or quarterly earnings report, and to think about how to build teams that create long-lasting value, whose members reinforce one another, and that are inter-dependent.  “Where other manager types tend to focus on short-term goals, managers who win well have a longer time horizon,” say Hurt and Dye.  “They build teams that will produce results today as well as next year.  Winning well means sustaining excellence over time.”

From keeping people focused, leading meetings, and holding people accountable, to ensuring loyalty, inspiring productivity, and even terminating employees with grace and dignity, WINNING WELL provides the tools and techniques to help managers and their teams achieve results, stay focused, and prevent projects from falling through the cracks.

From keeping people focused, leading meetings, and holding people accountable, to ensuring loyalty, inspiring productivity, and even terminating employees with grace and dignity, WINNING WELL provides the tools and techniques to help managers and their teams achieve results, stay focused, and prevent projects from falling through the cracks.

To sustain excellence and results over time, it’s necessary to work from the employees’ perspective and focus on what they need most:  to be seen, trusted, supported, connected, included, challenged, and recognized – and to have some fun along the way.  WINNING WELL teaches the skills managers need to connect with, invest in, and collaborate with their people, including:

  • The Secret to Releasing People’s Energy
  • Building a Culture That Nurtures Problem Solving
  • Energizing the Team and Ensuring They Own the Results
  • Setting Clear Expectations
  • Sustaining the Team’s Energy and Momentum

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“I’d choose Winning Well as the top leadership book for the 21st century…full of actionable insights, practices and principles for your lasting leadership success. Take charge of your team, your career, and your results: read Winning Well with a highlighter and pen in hand. And then buy a copy for everyone on your team. Yes, it really IS that good.”

-David Newman, author of Do It! Marketing

The case studies and best practices in WINNING WELL, illustrating challenges that confront almost every manager, come from the authors’ experience working with thousands of managers across the private, public, and nonprofit sectors who have something in common:  They must motivate their people to achieve results that often feel impossible.  “Winning well doesn’t mean you’ll be a pushover,” say Hurt and Dye.  “It means you’ll be a manager known for getting results, whom people respect, and whom people want to work with.  You can win – and you can win without losing your soul.”

Written with empathy and experience, WINNING WELL is essential reading for managers who want to be great leaders.

WINNING WELL provides managers, business leaders, organizational experts, and anyone who desires to have a more meaningful and productive work experience with insights into unlocking the greatest asset, the human spirit.

Available in Hard Cover, Kindle, and Audio Book!

To learn more about David’s new book and take the free Winning Well Assessment visit: www.WinningWellBook.com

“No gimmicky ideas or short-lived fads here. Winning Well offers practical suggestions for creating the kind of lasting success as a manager you can be proud of. How you achieve success is as important as the success you achieve, and this book will help you achieve it the right way.””

Mark Sanborn, author of The Fred Factor and You Don’t Need a Title to be a Leader

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The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say

“David expertly nets it out for busy leaders (and is there any other kind these days?), sharing practical, actionable advice that will immediately transform leaders and improve team results.” 

-Julie Winkle Giulioni, Co-Author of Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go

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What would it mean for you to have a fully engaged, motivated, and innovative team?

Would you get more done? Get promoted? Earn more? Sleep better? Enjoy your work more?

In the award-winning The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say you will gain simple, straightforward tools, activities, and phrases that will:
  • Maximize your credibility and influence
  • Double your team’s productivity in just 5 minutes per month
  • Quickly turn “we can’t” into “we can”
  • Free up your time to do the work only you can do
  • Break through problem-solving paralysis and increase team problem-solving
  • How much is it worth for you to have a team that cares deeply, solves problems, and gets more done?

The peace of mind alone is worth a fortune, but the practical value in additional salary and recovered time is priceless.

“David Dye’s book, The Seven Things is a well-written, SMART, and genuinely helpful resource. One of David’s strengths is his ability to take difficult problems and distill them down to solutions steps that are useful for supervisors. Highly recommended for leaders and managers of firms, non-profits, and government agencies.”
–  Mary C. Kelly, PhD, U.S. Navy (Ret), Author, 15 Ways to Grow Your Business in Every Economy

Available in Soft Cover and Kindle.

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