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The Book of Agreement

By Stewart Levine
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Crafting agreements with others is a fundamental life skill. Unfortunately, we were never taught how to do it. The agreements most people make are incomplete and ineffective-they usually focus on protecting against what might go wrong instead of figuring out how to make things go right. The Book of Agreement offers a new approach. Stewart Levine demonstrates the superiority of "agreements for results" versus "agreements for protection" and outlines ten principles for creating agreements that explicitly articulate desired outcomes and provide a roadmap to achieving them. He includes over thirty specific templates that can be used to create this new type of agreement for results in a variety of organizational and personal contexts.

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Slightly Smiling Face“Excited to welcome you to this book club and have you explore what I consider to be a very powerful book! The book addresses one of the critical challenges of our time-how do we consciously create alignment and collaboration in this any circumstance. The book addresses a critical challenge-what is the dialogue needed at the outset of any new team or project. The book provides the ten things that need to be clarified with 35 examples from various situations. I look forward to your questions!”

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