Paperback – January 2019 by
Simple Listening invites us into the possibility that our world needs understanding more than ever. Everything good that has ever come about has come about through understanding. Understanding brings out our best selves.
The premise is that the quality of our relationships is equal to the quality of our listening. Drawing from science and research, 23-time author Jack Ricchiuto outlines a unique and compelling approach to going beyond judgment in listening for understanding in life, at work and in our world.
Listening for understanding matters when: wanting to feel empathy and compassion for someone struggling; quickly creating a sense of trust with someone we don’t know; moving from tension to understanding with someone we’re at odds with; deepening and repairing significant relationships; wanting to make a surface connection more meaningful; and wanting to be more creative with others.
The Growth Imperative: Reimagining the future of work
Paperback – December 29, 2017, by
Business as usual isn’t working. It’s giving us massive disengagement. It’s time to completely reimagine the future of work. In their 2016 study of 7,000 companies across over 130 countries, Deloitte discovered that the number one issue is redesigning the future of work. 92% of companies believe the way they work is not optimized for growth and engagement and 96% are committed to change. The future of work belongs to the nimble. With growth as their imperative, nimble organizations outperform slow organizations in responsiveness and agility…
The Way Of Questions
Paperback – December 27, 2016, by
In “The Way Of Questions” 21-time author Jack Ricchiuto outlines in a variety of contexts how it takes new questions to manage the constant of uncertainty in our lives and world today. The premise is that our questions define us personally and collectively. A new future requires new questions.
The Art of Conversations
Paperback – December 29, 2015, by
In The Art of Conversations, 20-time author Jack Ricchiuto outlines the anatomy of connecting, banter, utility, tense and awkward conversations in a digital age. Drawing from a wide spectrum of research and science, including a global study for the book, he presents over 100 practices for feeling confident that we can connect with others in conversations. The book articulates in beautiful ways the simple, powerful observation that everything good we create together will come about because of the kinds of conversations we invite and have.
Smarter Together: Growing organizations for velocity, meaning and agility
Paperback – August 31, 2015, by
18-time author Jack Ricchiuto outlines how to build smart organizations that feature a culture of integrity, initiative and inclusion.
Focus: The Simple Power Of Being Focused In Our Work
Paperback – March 18, 2015, by
Drawing from the neurosciences, 17-time author Jack Ricchiuto presents a fresh approach to being focused in every dimension of your work. Discover how the quality of your experience at work is equal to the quality of attention you bring to it. When you are focused, you are less distracted and reactive. You get things done and enjoy what life offers you to enjoy. You are at your best.
Paperback – November 12, 2014, by
In Beyond Recipes, 16-time author Jack Ricchiuto explores how to go beyond being intimidated or constrained by recipes so we can discover the possibility of cooking with more variety. Beginning with a single ingredient, we can cook up dishes of unplanned delights. The book is rich in ideas, principles and inspiration. Develop your cooking profile Discover how food works Create an agile kitchen Improvise with what you have Cook for variety, versatility and vitality
Making Sense Of Time: The Art Of A Meaningful Life
Kindle Edition – August 18, 2014, by
Making Sense of Time is a collection of essays exploring how living a more meaningful life changes our relationship to time. Time shifts from being a distressing problem to be solved to a delightful gift to be enjoyed. We flourish in a life of meaning.