The Bee Book: A Tale of Leadership and Change

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A hive of bees is faced with a catastrophic change in their environment. The bees need to take quick action if they are to survive. But is the hive ready and capable of adapting to the challenges presented or are they stuck in a world of complacency? The Bee Book takes an unconventional look at the challenges organisations face when trying to adapt to a rapidly changing and unpredictable world. This short story will challenge your thinking and ask questions of how you deal with change, innovation and employee engagement in your organisation. The main characters – Buzz, Stripes, Hover, Greybee, Queen Luna, Queen Sola, Mr. Wingit, Zippy and a few others – represent typical employees in any organisation, people you may know. Perhaps you can even identify yourself in the story. Supported by a comprehensive website (www.thebeebook.com), The Bee Book may be enjoyed by anyone. It does not contain a prescriptive set of lessons that one can copy from a page at the back of the book. It has been written for you to interpret and translate with your colleagues and workmates if you believe its lessons will benefit your organisation. The lessons will become evident as you progress through the book. Each person will have his or her own perspective on how best to handle the challenges and will identify different potential solutions. After all, in today’s complex world, there is no one right or wrong way to accomplish the end result and not every challenge is obvious to everyone. We are all individuals striving to do the best we can. So buy a copy and enjoy our tale. You will have fun along the way. Fun is good – right? We certainly had fun writing this book.

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Craig Smith supports some of the world’s leading organisations who want to feel more connected, agile and to get their 'mojo' back. He is passionate about employee engagement, visual communication tools and the power of conversation to drive change. Paul Rigby is a regular keynote presenter and facilitator at global industry conferences. Paul also consults with business partners and frequently assists them with their change, innovation, leadership and employee engagement efforts. Paul helps organisations to lead and successfully transform businesses in times of change.

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