May 18, 2021
I’m grateful to tell you about my upcoming book, Good Comes
Written with the amazing Mark Babbitt, Good Comes First is a practical, step-by-step guide to creating a work culture that’s better for morale and for your bottom line.
For decades, business leaders around the globe have spent billions of dollars and countless hours attempting to improve employee engagement, decrease burnout, increase retention, and improve productivity. Yet most workplaces still suck: employees don’t feel valued, workplaces aren’t fun or compassionate, and performance is often lagging.
You’ve probably run into these issues in your organization, but like so many professionals today, you don’t have a clear understanding of how to fix them.
In Good Comes First, Mark and I go beyond theory, offering proven tools and actionable insights for achieving a work culture that treats employees with respect while inspiring amazing results.
Here are two of the key takeaways from the book. You'll learn to:
* Appreciate why a good comes first culture is a business imperative – especially for younger generations.
* Identify what “good” means for your company in today’s business climate – and in the future of work.
Watch today's 3-minute Culture Leadership Charge video episode to learn an additional ten key takeaways.
This is episode ninety-six in that series. Each episode is a 3-4 minute video that describes proven culture leadership and servant leadership practices that boost respect and results across your work teams, departments, regions, companies, homes, and communities.
You’ll find my Culture Leadership Charge episodes and more on my YouTube, iTunes, and Amazon Podcast channels. If you like what you learn, please subscribe.
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This content was released in video format on my website, http://DrivingResultsThroughCulture.com, on May 18, 2021.
Check out my YouTube channel to view all of my 3-minute Culture Leadership Charge video episodes.