The Nibble Theory and the Kernel of Power: A Book about Leadership, Self-Empowerment, and Personal Growth

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The Nibble Theory and the Kernel of Power: A Book about Leadership, Self-Empowerment, and Personal Growth

The Nibble Theory and the Kernel of Power A Book about Leadership Self Empowerment and Personal Growth Like a snowflake or a fingerprint we are all one of a kind and have a special contribution to make The late Kaleel Jamison one of the first women to enter the field of management consulting experie

  • Title: The Nibble Theory and the Kernel of Power: A Book about Leadership, Self-Empowerment, and Personal Growth
  • Author: Kaleel Jamison
  • ISBN: 9780809141876
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • Like a snowflake or a fingerprint, we are all one of a kind and have a special contribution to make The late Kaleel Jamison, one of the first women to enter the field of management consulting, experienced what she described as nibbles, little bites that life takes out of you really attacks on your self confidence Her longtime best selling book, The Nibble Theory, isLike a snowflake or a fingerprint, we are all one of a kind and have a special contribution to make The late Kaleel Jamison, one of the first women to enter the field of management consulting, experienced what she described as nibbles, little bites that life takes out of you really attacks on your self confidence Her longtime best selling book, The Nibble Theory, is a process for dealing with the world that moves the reader toward personal power and growth arising out of the unique values and strengths of each person.

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    One thought on “The Nibble Theory and the Kernel of Power: A Book about Leadership, Self-Empowerment, and Personal Growth

    1. WR on said:

      Simple yet deep. It was a good reminder to be the best we can be, and to help others be their best too.

    2. Brandy on said:

      The premise is simple. All people have the potential to grow into the very best people they can be. This growth can spread like light from a candle. When you give away some of your candle�s light to light someone else�s candle, you don�t have less light; everyone has more light. A circle symbolizes this growth.People enter life as small circles with the potential to grow into big circles. The world is full of circles of all sizes. Big circlesleaders, movers, shakers, initiators, independen [...]

    3. Keach on said:

      A leader in my field recommended this book to me, sharing that his organization was using it to help with organizational change. At first glance, it looks like a children's book--short with illustrations--and it offers basic, powerful ideas connected to self-empowerment and empowering others. I appreciated the "nibble theory" idea. In my own words, power is a resource that we can cultivate in others without diminishing our own, and yet many feel compelled to undercut those who are growing as if [...]

    4. Akunna on said:

      I just finished reading this book and found it to be a quick read. It is clear and concise with practical examples of how anyone can improve their interactions with others and learn more about their own personal strengths. The quote below sums up the entire framework of the 'The Nibble Theory and the Kernel of Power'."Many of us, unless we're famous, discount the importance of what's happening in our worlds. And that to me, is another way of diminishing ourselves. Suppose Thomas Edison had liste [...]

    5. Scot Berkey on said:

      Did you ever wonder why at the end of the day or week you feel drained or as though you had just fought a big fight, but you can't point at exactly anything that happened that would put you in that mindset? Do you want to learn more about behavior to help you and your team's overall effectiveness grow? Do you want to be a better friend or just be more self-aware? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is a fun little book. You will recognize behavior in others, and probably als [...]

    6. Colleen McIntyre on said:

      Great easy read A very simple principal with a broad application. Great imagery that can be easily translated to explain sometime we are in power, sometimes we are not- but no matter what position we find ourselves we can make a choice to treat the other with respect. Nothing new in this one, but always a great reminder

    7. P.J. LaRue on said:

      The concepts were simple, yet we often have a hard time applying them to our own lives. Don't allow others to hurt you in order to make themselves feel better. Push yourself to grow in healthy ways. Helping others to grow makes everyone better. It doesn't minimize one person to maximize another.

    8. Ray on said:

      Simple and surprisingly profound. The Nibble Theory will resonate with anyone who has experienced organizational competitiveness and the subtle ways that people limit us and we limit ourselves. The Kernel of Power helped me to really think about what I'm on Earth to do with my life.

    9. Meredith on said:

      My father first gave me this simple little book back in 1996 - a year after high school. Every so often I read it again because the leadership concepts are timeless, and it still really speaks to me on a fundamental level about personal growth and self-empowerment.

    10. Audrey Jenkins on said:

      Kudos to Kameel Jamison's creative approach to workplace self-empowerment and inclusion.

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