It’s not the magic that makes it work; it’s the way we work that makes it magic.” The secret for creating “magic”. Creating Magic: 10 Common Sense Leadership Strategies from a Life at Disney. Lee Cockerell, Author Broadway Business $26 (p) ISBN. Creating Magic has ratings and reviews. Josh said: Fantastic book on leadership that anyone in a management or leadership position MUST read. C.
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Creating Magic Through Thinking – Lee Cockerell
Safe, healthy relaxation is productive to the total human being. What is an example of a manager observing an employee? Can you imagine if every company took these same ideas to heart? I highly recommend this book.
Granted I wouldn’t want to live in Disneyland that’d be a little too sweet for mebut things and people would be a lot nicer. The only thing that really surprised me was that Cockerell takes credit for a number of changes within Disney and other places he worked, including pushing pin trading and putting full-size ironing boards in hotel rooms.
I love the magical world of Disney, all they stand for, strive for, and represent. If you work in a business that’s not customer intensive, then you’ll really have to stretch some of the strategies to make them apply.
Then I decided it would totally scare me because there is such a high standard and it is a lot of work. How can you, as a student, be a good leader using these qualities at your part-time job?
Cckerell your thoughts regarding this philosophy. I highly recommend this book to any young adult just starting out of school or any experienced professional.
Creating Magic Teacher’s Guide
Buy the Audiobook Download: It was interesting hearing about all the leadership techniques applied at Disney. Leaders in every type of business situation will relate to the information covered in this chapter and learn how to apply it in present and future situations, at work and at home. Read it Forward Read it first. There are lots of anecdotes from the author’s work life, including quite a few from his pre-Disney life. It would be a great gift to an entire organization to give this book to every employee and hold weekly “book club” sessions to discuss the methods and lesson within.
The lists could have been written by many different authors — read this one for the Disney anecdotes. The author discusses minimizing the number of layers in an organization on pages 68 through USAA and why I love them. Meeting with and listening to entry-level employees the ones in closest contact to the customers helps leaders to change policies and procedures for the better.
No trivia or quizzes yet. From there he does have a revelation or two that lead him to become a much more progressive manager and leader.
Teaches you to create a culture of customer service and maggic treating coxkerell with respect raises the performance of the entire group. Why does the company need the rule? And in such a warm voice that translates a man with character and values. Give an example of how you could utilize this in your future chosen career field. The author believes a leader must hold cast members responsible for specific tasks. I listened to it in 2 days always a good sign when I want to keep listening.
It all comes back to becoming emotionally intelligent, and it cockerel, so simple to do. Oct 14, Pages Buy. I’ll read just about anything about how Disney captures that elusive magic.
Jul 14, Iurii Gladkyi rated it it was amazing. In other words, what do you feel so strongly about that you would never change your stance?