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by Eric Schiffer,Bob Nelson

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  • ISBN 0971695822
  • ISBN13 978-0971695825
  • Language English
  • Author Eric Schiffer,Bob Nelson
  • Publisher Literary Press (June 2003)
  • Pages 128
  • Formats azw docx lrf mbr
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Business Culture
  • Size ePub 1890 kb
  • Size Fb2 1389 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 795

In Emotionally Charged Learning you will explore the new and innovative management discovery that is creating a National curiosity. Discover how the forces of education, sophisticated entertainment and emotions join with a vengeance to create an astonishing and interesting phenomenon, which makes today's learning and knowledge transfer a powerful and exciting emotion filled experience and the ultimate benchmark for learning organizations. Defined within these highly compelling and revealing pages, is an essential and scientifically researched new vision for management and educators that integrates a first of its kind emotion driven learning process needed to maximize the retention of anything to excel. Emotionally Charged Learning will show you how you and your employees can become knowledge masters and allow your organization to remain competitive by teaching your employees via the Emotionally Charged Learning process to better learn, grow and achieve more. Emotionally Charged Learning will let you enjoy the adventure of discovering how you and your organization can be on the leading edge of the most powerful and talked about management revolution in history.

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Emotionally Charged Learning book. About the Author: Eric Schiffer is an internationally famous and celebrated leader, visionary and organizational leadership expert. Start by marking Emotionally Charged Learning: Secrets to Competitive Advantages for the Second Half of the ent-Based Economy as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

book by Eric Schiffer. I gave EMOTIONALLY CHARGED LEARNING to all 3 of my managers. com User, October 9, 2003. For some background, I have been a senior executive and manager for 7years of a mid level service organization headquartered in Atlanta Georgia. On Tuesday night during the first week of August, I saw a National television show that featured the bestseller EMOTIONALLY CHARGED LEARNING by Eric Schiffer.

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Emotionally Charged Learning. Secrets to Competitive Advantages for the Second Half of the ent-Based Economy. by Eric Schiffer, Bob Nelson. Published June 2003 by Literary Press.

The knowledge economy (or the knowledge-based economy) is the use of knowledge to create goods and services

The knowledge economy (or the knowledge-based economy) is the use of knowledge to create goods and services. In particular, it refers to a high portion of skilled workers in the economy of a locality, country, or the world, and the idea that most jobs require specialized skills.

Book DescriptionIn Emotionally Charged Learning you will explore the new and innovative management discovery that is creating a National curiosity. Discover how the forces of education, sophisticated entertainment and emotions join with a vengeance to create an astonishing and interesting phenomenon, which makes today's learning and knowledge transfer a powerful and exciting emotion filled experience and the ultimate benchmark for learning organizations.

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Blacknight
I found this quite disappointing, especially after seeing the reviews of others. While there are lots of interesting and accurate facts sprinkled throughout this book, for the most part is as a self serving effort at trying to build a brand for the term Emotionally Charged Learning. The author uses gross generalizaions, over simplifies very complex issues and pulls supporting data and "proofs" out of context to justify his thesis.
MrDog
Eric Schiffer is a con artist and hack whose sole talent is a complete lack of shame. He shows how having nothing to say matters less than being obnoxious enough to force yourself on others by any means necessary. Stay away from this "book" at all costs, sand hope that Eric Schiffer is exposed as a worthless fraud and gets a job more suited to his talents--like a garbageman or janitor.
Shistus
I found this book to be extremely useful. Eric Schiffer's view is that the main function of a leader is to manage the nexus between desired skill and learning in ones people. He outlines practical techniques to do this that are simple to implement, and may seem obvious to some, but will result in measurable performance improvement in your business. Your staff will be happier with clear goals and Rewards linked to Performance, communication will improve, and things will get done. Most companies I have seen, be they large or small, have a big gap between what the Board is trying to do strategically and what people actually do day to day. There are many examples of companies whose strategies sounded great but never really happened, resulting in catastrophic loss of value (eg the AOL Time Warner merger) and all because people were unable to learn or take in the training they were given. This is the only management book out of hundreds I have read that tells you how to fill this gap, and make your business achieve its strategic goals through learning. Others here have mentioned Jim Collins. While Built To Last and Good to Great were interesting case studies of successful large companies, they gave me nothing that I could implement immediately in my business. Eric¹s book let me bring world class business practices into my small company.
Ginaun
Schiffer, finds unique properties in the tools necessary for the management of a number of both small organizations and Fortune 500 companies to be successful. From a unique set of criteria he pursues, with no preconceived notions, what it takes to sustain knowledge capital based leadership in both large and small corporations which had previously been only mediocre. His findings and concepts are clear, well thought out and often surprising.
In the realm of business books, this one is especially refreshing for a number of reasons. This is a hardheaded skeptics book. What makes it so special is that it does not assign magic to individuals nor to himself as a writer. Schiffer exposes his own uniquely crafted learning process and allows the reader to understand the nuance in the emphasis of each of his concepts. Schiffer doesnt come off as a guru who has created some magic that only he and a handful of CEOs can see so much as a disciplined and curious leader struggling with difficult questions and providing an extremely unique and realistic set of practical concepts and answers. So not only do you understand what he means as he moves from the concept that most training doesnt work, you also see arguments behind why that is the case. And since he is dedicated only those conclusions supported by facts, we see exactly what he sees and why. There is none of breathless exuberance that characterizes so much of business writing.
What is most refreshing and reassuring about this book's research is that it puts us back in a sensible framework for understanding long term leadership and learning organization success without making a fetish of leadership or innovation or excellence. This is the kind of book that demonstrates the sort of objectivity possible in business. It doesnt obfuscate or take the position that there is something mysterious that can not be learned by us. Rather he makes the complex comprehensible and when the answers are simple, they are presented simply. He constantly checks and compares the different leadership driven learning initiatives that works and emotion driven learning organizations concepts that fails.
All of Schiffers concepts lend themselves to the sorts of metrics upon which rugged methodologies can be built. This is more than a book of management theory; it is a learning tool, which explains itself. I cannot remember the last book where the research was as interesting (and sometimes more interesting) than the main text.
It might be corny to say so, but I think his findings are self-rewarding. Working from the premises put forth, it makes sense for smaller companies and organizations some of which might not even be businesses at all. Emotionally Charged Learning offers solid lessons among which are that it doesnt take more energy to use the right tools to drive a great company, but it does take guts. Schiffer dared to work smartly and has created a great book.
Lo◘Ve
In today's world learning means retention and connecting with the material at a deep and meaningful level; only to creating the right balance leads to enduring "greatness."

I found Eric Schiffer's book to be a starting point for understanding and prioritizing those factors that may contribute to success. What I found most useful from this book were the stimulating ideas that served as the foundation for honest introspection.

Here are some of the questions I asked myself after reading this book:

What are your "Emotionally Charged Techniques?" Why do you spend time on anything but them when you want to pay attention and retain new learning material?

In what areas are you most un-emotionally charged? Do you strictly adhere to the internal systems of your workplace?

If not is this because you do not trust the learning systems, because the systems are too overburdening, because of laziness, because you never really questioned the usefulness of these systems, etc.?

What percentage of time do you give to developing new emotionally charged techniques ? Is this a conscious balance or did it just happen this way? Is this the correct balance?

Are you driven by fear of competition or an intrinsic compulsion to create?

I gave this book 5/5 stars because of its conclusive and enlightening description of the Emotionally Charged Knowledge worker.