Rny to be perfectly honest I suppose you can pick and choose what "you as a manager think may work in your place So overall the "as a manager think may work in your place So overall the was alright it had some good ideas but all in all it was somewhat uneven This is one to scan pick the good things and move on i got really good insights from this book 35 stars I liked how the book was split up and the real life examples It was good information but was not all new information to me Some of this was repetitive to other books
I Ve Read Or ve read or repetitive to itself The book begins with explaing the important role culture plays in an organisation The authors use examples and anecdotes to explain how leadership s conviction in belief and values sets the path for an organisation and its employees Very well written and informative Towards the end I felt the chapters were preserving any new information hence the 4 stars Inspirational The author focuses on companies that excel in creating a good culture for their employees The book is riddled with examples in detail of businesses in differing industries that are doing it right and how that has helped their successes That is the best takeaway from the book the practical examples A great read for senior leaders all the "way down to the lower level employees Culture is everythin. Onsulting experience and in depth interviews "down to the lower level employees Culture is everythin. Onsulting experience and in depth interviews leaders and employees at exceptional companies such as American Express Cigna Avis Budget Pepsi Bottling and Hard Rock the authors present a simple seven step road map for creating a culture of belief define a burning platform; create a customer focus; develop agility; share everything; partner with your talent; root for each other; and establish clear accountability Delving into specific how tos for each step they share eye opening stories of exceptional leaders in action vividly depicting ust how these powerful methods can be implemented by any manager All In draws on cutting edge psychology and all of the creative genius that have made Gostick and Elton a must read for leaders worldwide This vital resource will empower managers everywhere to inspire a new level of commitment and performance.
Free read Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free · Adrian GostickA concise book of examples managers have successfully used to better engage employees This work deserves credit for its appropriate focus on the fact your employees are your public face People do not ust work for the paycheck virtually everyone wants to contribute to something bigger and better But few companies inspire their workers to get psychologically all in Unhappy or uninspired employees don t delight customers A small number of companies thrill customers Most managers will find at least a few examples here that
THEY CAN USE WITH THEIR OWNcan use with their own Contains a particularly useful case study on culture building within the front staff of Real Salt Lake the MLS "Had Some Good Practical Ideas "some good practical ideas motivating staff so they we all perform at high levels of performance and engagement Another platable perspective on how culture drives business If you need a book to give out to all of your employees so they can feel like real change is taking place at your company this is it It even has neat little summaries at the end of each chapter so people who didn t read the book can still feel like they read the book This book has great information but I think it would be better to read it rather than listening to it while driving I would have liked to take some not. The authors of the bestsellers The Carrot Principle and The Orange Revolution present groundbreaking new findings In the highest performing teams and companies managers create a “culture of belief” following seven essential steps of leadershipTo have any hope of succeeding as a manager you need to get your people all in Whether you manage the smallest of teams or a multi continent organization you are the owner of a work culture congratulations and few things will have a bigger impact on your performance than getting your people to buy into your ideas and your cause and to believe what they do matters Bestselling authors of The Carrot Principle and The Orange Revolution Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton return to answer the most overlooked leadership uestions of our day Why are some managers able to get their employees to commit wholehearte. Es and didn t have the opportunity so may read the print version soon This was like other business management books I have read There are some good ideas in it but overall the book is one you can scan for the main points The authors draw on
extensive surveys and corporate examples to make their points However after a while you get a bit tiredsurveys and corporate examples to make their points However after a while you get a bit tired hearing yet another story from some corporation and to be honest at times some of the stories seemed a bit pie in the sky When I read books like this I am looking to see what I can learn in terms of leadership and management that I might apply to my profession in librarianship I did find some applicable lessons and I did take some notes I may do a longer write up in my blog later The main point of the book is getting managers to establish climates of trust and openness so you can then have a good workplace where your workers buy in to what you are trying to accomplish To me some of this seems like common sense but I may well bring the bias that I have
experienced some negative workplaces where trust in the management was a significant issue The stepssome negative workplaces where trust in the management was a significant issue The steps authors suggest to improve things for the most part are viable Their list in the last chapter is uneven there are some very good ideas and there are other ideas that are co. Dly to their culture and give that extra push that leads to outstanding results And how can managers at any level build and sustain a profitable vibrant work group culture of their own These leading workplace experts teamed up with research giant Towers Watson to analyze an unprecedented 300000 person study and they made a groundbreaking finding managers of the highest performing work groups create a “culture of belief” In these distinctive workplaces people believe in their leaders and in the company’s vision values and goals Employees are not only engaged but also enabled and energized termed the three Es which leads to astonishing results average annual revenues three times higher than for organizations lacking such a positive culture And this was true during a period that included this most recent recession Based on their extensive