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Reviewed by Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite
With sixty-eight percent of employees hovering in the zone of mediocrity, it is no wonder that those above average succeed. The BossHole Effect by Dr. Greg L. Alston and Valerie R. Alston M.A., illustrates the reason for this high level of mediocrity. By defining and examining The BossHole Effect, the authors show how normally productive employees are drained of energy and enthusiasm to do their jobs. All of the joy is taken out of their work and they consequently disengage from their tasks and become mindless robots working for a pay check. However, by following the steps outlined in their book, Greg and Valerie demonstrate how you can break out of this prison and become a vibrant and energetic force not only for your company, but for yourself and your own personal health. Topics such as: the power of three, the process of leadership, and creating a value strategy are only three of the integral steps toward transforming your mind-numbing job into an enjoyable career. Following their advice, you can avoid becoming a BossHole and truly lead people.
The authors have certainly created an accurate portrayal of the American workforce and its downfall in The BossHole Effect. They demonstrate how mindless and joyless we become when working for someone who sucks away all of our energy. The simple steps that they outline can assist a person in transforming themselves and others around them into people who are eager to go to work and eager to accomplish goals and objectives in their careers. Honest, straightforward and enlightening; The BossHole Effect will continue to change attitudes about work, careers, and leadership.