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Ideas to help you get access to more capability, smarts, and talent from yourself and those around you regardless of status, position, or organization.

Multipliers

The New York Times bestseller, Multipliers, explores why some leaders drain capability and intelligence from their team while others amplify them to produce better results. In analyzing data from more than 200 leaders, author Liz Wiseman has identified five diciplines that distinguish these leaders and nine accidentally diminishing behaviors to watch out for.

Multipliers, written by Liz Wiseman of The Wiseman Group

Rookie Smarts

In a time of constant change, success depends on seeing the world through rookie eyes, and in this essential guide, bestselling author Liz Wiseman explains why we are often at our best when we are doing something for the first time—and how to reclaim and cultivate this curious, flexible, youthful mindset called Rookie Smarts.

The Multiplier Effect, written by Liz Wiseman, Lois Allen, and Elise Foster of The Wiseman Group
Rookie Smarts, written by Liz Wiseman of The Wiseman Group

Rookie Smarts

In a time of constant change, success depends on seeing the world through rookie eyes, and in this essential guide, bestselling author Liz Wiseman explains why we are often at our best when we are doing something for the first time—and how to reclaim and cultivate this curious, flexible, youthful mindset called Rookie Smarts.

The Multiplier Effect

Taking a deep dive with more than 100 of education’s best leaders, the authors explore the five disciplines that distinguish Multipliers from Diminishers and how these leaders attract and develop talent, as well as harness new ideas and energy to drive educational innovation. Leaders across education are shown how to access the intelligence, talent, and creativity of the people around them.

The Multiplier Effect, written by Liz Wiseman, Lois Allen, and Elise Foster of The Wiseman Group

Book Praise

Speaking of Multipliers: “Every so often a book comes along that forces us to ask important and difficult questions of ourselves. Multipliers is such a book. Liz Wiseman challenges us to imagine a dramatically more productive future for our organizations.”

Tim Brown

CEO, IDEO

Speaking of Rookie Smarts: “As a company grows, nothing is more important than retaining a culture of innovation. Rookie smarts shows how even a big company can take risks, innovate, and operate with the drive and speed of a challenger.” 

Marc Benioff

CEO, Salesforce

Speaking of Multipliers“In over thirty years of evaluating executives, it was clear to me that some achieved much more than others, but it wasn’t always clear why. Wiseman presents a fresh and compelling analysis of how Multipliers create value while others destroy it.”

Tom Friel

Former CEO and Chairman of the Board, Heidrick and Struggles

Speaking of The Multiplier Effect: “A fascinating book that shows how mindsets shape the way people lead. This book will forever change the way we think about leadership in our schools and the mindsets we need to tackle our biggest educational challenges.

Carol Dweck

Professor of Psychology, Stanford University

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