Table of contents for Fired up or burned out : how to reignite your team's passion, creativity, and productivity / Michael Lee Stallard ; with Carolyn Dewing-Hommes and Jason Pankau.

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Part I:		What Fires Us Up?
 Chapter 1: The Case for Connection at Work
 Chapter 2: The Science of Connection
 Chapter 3: The Connection Culture
 Chapter 4: Connection and the Legend
 Chapter 5: Trouble in Times Square
 Chapter 6: The Next Step in the Evolution of Organizations
Part II:		The Three Keys to Connecting Your Team and Lighting Their Fires:
 Vision, Value, and Voice
 Chapter 7: Inspire with Identity
 Chapter 8: Create Meaning in Your Organization
 Chapter 9: Delete What Devalues
 Chapter 10: Dial Up the Value
 Chapter 11: Three Benefits of Knowledge Flow 
 Chapter 12: Increase the Flow
Part III:	The Fire Starts with You: Become a Person of Character and Connection to Ignite the Team Around You
 Chapter 13: People Who Connect
 Chapter 14: The Journey to Connection
 Chapter 15: Developing Character Strengths and Connection
Part IV:	Learn from Twenty Great Leaders Over Twenty Days
 Week 1
 Day 1: French Hero of the American Revolution
 Day 2: Restoring the Glory
 Day 3: The Shot Heard Around the World
 Day 4: Soldier of Peace
 Day 5: Hug Your Customers?
 Week 2
 Day 6: A Most Unlikely Turnaround
 Day 7: Enlightened Monarch?
 Day 8: First in Their Hearts
 Day 9: Reconnecting a Nation
 Day 10: Connection to the Cause
 Week 3
 Day 11: Community Catalyst
 Day 12: The Business of The Body Shop
 Day 13: More Than an Oracle
 Day 14: Ritz-Carlton Character and Culture
 Day 15: Peter Drucker?s Kind of Leader
 Week 4
 Day 16: Dr. Fred?s INN
 Day 17: Purpose-driven Pastor
 Day 18: Patriot Playbook
 Day 19: High-Five Moments
 Day 20: Transforming the Culture of Kim
Conclusion: Build a Fire That Lasts
Appendix A: Questions to Assess Organizational Culture and Connection
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Employee motivation.
Mentoring in business.