Great work lives inside all of us.
We’ve long been told our ability to succeed depends on our IQ, talent, education level, gender, job title, or when and where we were born. Great Work turns that conventional thinking on its head to reveal that innovation can come from anyone, anywhere.
With insights from the largest-ever study of award-winning work, Great Work reveals five practical skills that will help you ideate, innovate, and deliver work that gets noticed and appreciated.
Great Work is filled with stories of real people in real jobs who did what was asked and then added something extra–a personal touch all their own–to deliver better-than-asked-for results. Their stories will inspire you to write your own page in the book of human progress.
About the Author
David Sturt is a New York Times best-selling author and executive vice president of the O.C. Tanner Institute. His career began in market research, where he analyzed the impact of recognition on people and their work. In the two decades since, he has developed products and services that engage employees, inspire contribution, and reward outstanding results in organizations around the world. He regularly consults with Fortune 1000 leaders and speaks to audiences worldwide. He is a regular contributor to Forbes.com.