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As Thought Leader, Ken Tucker brings many years of being a highly sought after speaker and Principal Consultant, formerly with The Gallup Organization, then as Strategic Consultant and CEO of Ken Tucker and Associates LLC and now Senior Partner, TAG Consulting.
He is co-author of Animals, Inc: a Business Parable for the 21st Century (Warner Books, February 2004) and author of Are You Fascinated? The Four People You Need to Succeed (Dailey Swann Publishing, August 2009), co-author of The Leadership Triangle, and Author along with Todd Hahn and Shane Roberson of Your Intentional Difference: One Word Changes Everything.(both books published by Morgan James Publishing, January, 2014). He is a regular contributor to management columns.
Tucker consults on building a strengths-based organization, using inclusiveness to drive long-term business outcomes, and focusing on individual strengths to increase per-person productivity. He encourages clients to think critically about business outcomes, and his aim is to promote positive change on a personal and organizational level.
Tucker presents frequently at universities and for business and civic organizations. His presentation topics include "The Strengths-Based Organization and Your Future," "Inclusiveness in the workplace," "Communicating Across Culture," and "Using Your Strengths to Get the Best Out of Life." He uses teaching strategies and an arsenal of stories and anecdotes to effectively reach his audiences.
Tucker is a regular contributor of strengths management columns to the Gallup Management Journal.
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What’s Your I.D.?
Most people do not know what their I.D. is… No, not their identification, but their Intentional Difference. Eighty-five percent of what we are capable of doing, most other people can do just as well. Ten percent of what we are capable of doing, some others can be trained to do. But five percent… five percent of what we are capable of doing, only we can do the way we do it. This is our Intentional Difference. If we spent 95 percent of our time in our five percent, we would change the world while increasing our own level of success. Your Intentional Difference is the key and this book will show you how to identify what it is, how to own it, and then how to apply it to your daily activities so that it becomes a habit, so that you can live more frequently, and more consciously, in your five percent zone.
Intentional Difference: Stories of Changed Lives.
Real case studies of clients such as FAA, Chickasaw Nation, British Telephone, Ritz Carlton, Southwest Airlines and others, that teach how executives, managers, employees and regular everyday people have increased their productivity and success at work and in life.
The Intentional Organization: Unleashing the Power of a Multi-generational, Multi-talented Workforce
A systematic and dynamic step by step approach to creating a workplace that engages and optimizes the variety of generations within the 21st workplace, resulting in greater productivity and collaboration.
Emotional Difference: Performance Research Proven to Change Individual and Organizational Outcomes
An interactive, dynamic presentation of statistical evidence and documented performance metrics from Healthcare, Education, Business and Government Agencies.
Your 5% Zone: Unleashing Your Hidden Power
Five percent can be a big number, or a small fraction, depending upon the context. For the people who read this book, 5% is a life-changing number. You have a distinctive five percent capacity that can change your life, your work, your relationships and – just maybe – the world. The problem is most people do not know how to begin to think, talk about or unleash their five percent. Your 5% Zone, teaches you how to identify and articulate your five percent. By knowing your one word (your idWord is received through the idDiscover Online Survey prior to the session) you will begin to apply the incredible power of your 5% in your work and relationships.
A Harvard Doctor who went from runner to first responder in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing