10 results for tag: culture


Companies Today are Failing at This in a Big Way

How will the relationship between employees and companies change in the near future? This question was explored in an episode of ExecuNet Master Class by Bill Jensen. Harvard Business Review, CNBC and Fast Company have called him today’s foremost ...
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What the World’s Best Workplaces Do Differently

In his highly-acclaimed new book, The Best Place to Work: The Art and Science of Creating an Extraordinary Workplace, award-winning psychologist Ron Friedman surveyed the world’s most successful organizations, identifying key practices that position them ...
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The 3 Cs to Get Your Team on the Bus With You

"People follow the leader first and the vision second," said Jon Gordon, bestselling author and leadership consultant who inspires people and organizations to work with more vision, passion, positivity and purpose. In this engaging video, Jon shares three ...
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The No Complaining Rule

One simple rule is having a big impact. I didn’t invent the rule. I discovered it — at a small, fast growing, highly successful company that implements simple practices with extraordinary results. One day I was having lunch with Dwight Cooper, a tall, ...
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Becoming Known for Service Excellence – Aligning Who You are With Who You Say You Are

I have often suggested that a measure of a person and of a brand is what people say about you when you are not around. Many customer voices are included throughout my book The Zappos Experience but it seems only fitting, given the innovative use of Twitter ...
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Feed the Positive Dog

"We don't live our lives based on reality. We live our lives based on our perception of reality," said Jon Gordon bestselling author and leadership consultant who inspires people and organizations to work with more vision, passion, positivity and purpose. ...
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Don’t Fire Difficult Employees. Try Adapting First

The post 3 Types of Employees You Should Fire Immediately by Jayson Demers contains an excellent description of three types of difficult-to-manage employees. However, while Demers's diagnosis is spot-on, I find his prescription – fire them immediately ...
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Simon Sinek: Why Leaders Eat Last

Simon Sinek is fascinated by leaders and companies that make the greatest impact in the world, discovering some remarkable patterns of how they think, act and communicate. He applies evolutionary theory to management in order to teach leaders and organizati...
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Create a Culture of Greatness

To build a winning a team and a successful organization you must create a culture of greatness. It’s the most important thing a leader can do because culture drives behavior, behavior drives habits and habits create the future. As the leaders at Apple ...
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How We Made Joy Our Competitive Advantage

“When you walk into the lobby of Menlo Innovations, you find yourself standing in the heart of what makes this company one of the most innovative and productive software development firms in the world.” Wrote John Baldoni, a Forbes magazine contribut...
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