42 Rules Resources

Get MORE from 42 Rules of Employee Engagement:

  1. Customize the book for your leaders. 42Rules Sponsor flyer
  2. Invite leaders to our Group Coaching process
  3. Host discussion circles and book huddles
  4. Book CoverDownload our templates/ worksheets to help put the rules into practice

Rule 1: Rules Are Meant to Be Broken

  • Stimulate the thinking of your team by quantifying the value of a customer with our Customer Calculator

Rule 2: Get Under New Management

Rule 3: Begin at the Very Beginning

  • Hiring Winning Talent – teaches how to use a team approach to Hiring
  • Contact us for a free preview of Hiring Winning Talent online or, for a small fee, you can preview the facilitators kit.
  • Use the following short video as you discuss Rule 3

Rule 4: Listen, Listen, Listen

Rule 5: Be a Hands-On Manager

Rule 6: Be a Low Tech Communicator

Rule 7: Everyone Needs Feedback

Use this video as you discuss Rule 7:

Rule 8: Keep Learning

Rule 9: Allow Your Team To Grow

Rule 10: Support Team Members When Needed

  • AiA Classic teaches empathy skills and hyper human skills
  • Contact us for a free in-housel preview of AiA Classic

Rule 11: Relationships Determine Results

Rule 12: Sharing Builds Community

  • Download (or listen) to Peter Block’s interview discussing his book “Community: The Structure of Belonging” on Bookends
  • AiA Classic is the ultimate culture building program – it builds the human side of your business

Watch this video as you discuss Rule 12:

Rule 13: Your Beliefs Drive Results

  • AiA Classic defines Attitudes as Thoughts. Participants learn how to adjust their thinking to get better results.
    Bring a free in-house preview of AiA Classic to your organization

Rule 14: You’re Still the Boss

Use this video as you discuss Rule 14:

Rule 15: Everyone’s Not Like You

Rule 16: Be Direct with People Who Value Results

Rule 17: Be Enthusiastic With People Who Value Enthusiasm

Rule 18: Be Accepting with People Who Value Sincerity

Rule 19: Be Reliable with People Who Value Quality

Rule 20: Build Self Esteem When Discussing Performance

Rule 21: Involve to Engage

Rule 22: Use Your Head

Rule 23: You Don’t Have to be the Smartest Person in the Room

  • AiA Classic includes practice and assessment on moving from self-focused versus other-focused

Rule 24: Compete with your Competitors

Rule 25: Get out of the Shower

  • AiA Classic is the ultimate program for fear management- contact us for a free preview of AiA Classic today

Rule 26: Turf is for Stadiums, Not Teams

Use this video with your discussion of Rule 26:

Rule 27: Right Actions Bring Engagement

  • The Team Check Up assesses roles & productivy habits to get everyone focused on things that provide the biggest payoff

Rule 28: Leave Your Good Parenting Skills at Home

  • Take our Delegating Course and Learn how to reduce fear of delegating tasks – get  free preview

Rule 29: Leave Your Bad Parenting Skills at Home

  • AiA Classic includes several units on managing emotions, thoughts and behavior

Rule 30: Expect Exceeded Expectations

Rule 31: It Only Takes a Minute

Rule 32: Recognize Good Performance

Rule 33: Problem Solving is a Team Sport

Rule 34: Help Your Team Accept Change

  • Bring us in to run a “transitions retreat” following significant organizational changes
  • Use AiA Classic to help people manage their emotions in times of change
  • Get a free sample of the Coping and Stress Profile

Rule 35: He Who Has the Gold Rules

  • Good Human Relationship skills is the basis of AiA Classic

Rule 36: Build Acceptance, Reject Prejudices

  • This fable illustrates the importance of the diversity of gifts on your team

Rule 37: Honesty is Always the Best Policy
Use this video as you discuss Rule 37:

Rule 38: Give it Your All

  • Belief is a key to personal motivation- and a core unit in AiA Classic.

Rule 39: Know What You Want

Rule 40: Engaged Teams Get the Facts

Rule 41: Ask, Don’t Tell

Rule 42: These are My Rules, What are Yours?

  • Visit the 42 Rules of Engagement Blog to discuss your rules