Insight : the power of self-awareness in a self-deluded world / by Tasha Eurich
By: Eurich, Tasha.Publisher: London, U.K. : Macmillan, 2017Description: x, 357 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781509839629.Subject(s): Psychology | Personal development | Professional development | Decision making | BehaviourOnline resources: Read our book review
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The meta-skill of the twenty-first century. ROADBLOCKS AND BUILDING BLOCKS: The anatomy of self-awareness - the seven pillars of insight -- Blindspots - the invisible inner roadblocks to insight -- The cult of self - the sinister societal roadblock to insight. INTERNAL SELF-AWARENESS - MYTHS AND TRUTHS: Thinking isn't knowing - the four follies of introspection -- Internal self-awareness tools that really work. EXTERNAL SELF-AWARENESS - MYTHS AND TRUTHS: The truth we rarely hear - from mirror to prism -- Receiving, reflecting on, and responding to difficult or surprising feedback. THE BIGGER PICTURE: How leaders build self-aware teams and organisations -- Surviving and thriving in a delusional world.
Argues that self-awareness is the meta-skill of the 21st century and that people who possess it are happier, make smarter decisions, and are better communicators and business leaders. Integrates psychology and business experience to reveal strategies to help you make significant self-awareness gains.