By Ken Blanchard, Barbara B J Gallagher Hateley, Warren H. Schmidt, Sam Weiss
A Peacock within the Land of Penguins brings new perception to a major subject - crew range. Written in an enthralling, attractive variety, it's a modern "corporate fantasy" - a story for our instances. This tale echoes one who is unfolding each day in companies all around the nation - how one can deal with the expanding range of the team and seize the expertise, strength, and dedication of all staff.
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They saw how un-penguinlike he was, and wondered how long this would be tolerated by the elders. Page 43 A couple of the senior penguins tried to take him under their wings and coach him. " Page 44 "It doesn't fit," responded Perry the Peacock. "It's too tight and constraining. " Perry asked. He was hurt and confused. " Page 47 ''It's such a small thing," the penguins responded. "You are smart and talented. You could have a bright future here. " Page 48 Perry believed that their intentions were good, but their words wounded him nonetheless.
He had many friends from other lands, and they told him of a new and wondrous place they had visited in their travels. " Page 85 There, they told him, his work and his contributions would be valued and his uniqueness would be applauded, not criticized. He could be colorful, flamboyant, and enthusiastic, and others would appreciate him for his distinctive style. Page 86 Dare he hope that these reports were true? Was this the place he had longed for? He had to go and see for himself. . Page 88 Here, workers and bosses didn't waste time and energy pretending to be something different from what they were.
Page 58 Since Mike was not a penguin, he was not sensitive to the politics and the turf issues of the senior penguins. With his penchant for creativity and imagining possibilities outside the ordinary, he sometimes offended some of the elders by flying into their territories. They were threatened and annoyed at his intrusions. Page 59 Like Edward the Eagle and Helen the Hawk, Mike wore his penguin suit and tried his best to learn the ways of the penguins so he would be accepted by them. But ultimately, he could not change who he really was.
A Peacock in the Land of Penguins: A Tale of Diversity and Discovery by Ken Blanchard, Barbara B J Gallagher Hateley, Warren H. Schmidt, Sam Weiss