Book Review: Company Culture for Dummies by Mike Ganino

Company Culture for Dummies by Mike GaninoOrganizations around the world are looking for the “secret sauce” to create strong company cultures—and this book lets you in on what you can do to share the same culture that drives places like Google, Southwest, and Wegman’s to succeed.

Inside, expert author on corporate culture Mike Ganino distills company …

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Top 8 Best Business Books to Accelerate Any Organization

 

top 8 business books

 

 

There are 8 ah-mazing books every business professional must own. If you are looking to accelerate your organization, these are must-reads to get today!

 

 

 

Unbranding, by Scott Stratten:

Attention for a business brand in this busy, distracted world we live in can be a …

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Stop Playing a Game of Relationships Roulette

relationship RouletteAttention is about connection. Attention is critical for cultivating healthy relationships – personally and professionally. Studies have shown us that when people fail to get the attention they need from a relationship, they will begin to seek it elsewhere.

 

 

Giving attention to someone is our way of prioritizing …

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Book Recommendation: Never Lose a Customer Again by Joey Coleman

Never Lose a Customer Again Joey ColemanColeman’s theory of building customer loyalty isn’t about focusing on marketing or closing the sale: It’s about the First 100 Days® after the sale and the interactions the customer experiences.

While new customers experience joy, euphoria, and excitement, these feelings quickly shift to fear, doubt, and uncertainty as buyer’s remorse …

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How to Achieve the Ideal Workday

ideal workdaySit back and imagine your ideal, perfect workday. What would it look like? Would it be a day without meetings? Perhaps it would be a day without interruptions. Maybe your ideal workday is one where you are focused on accomplishing the monumental task that has been occupying too much headspace.…

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(Not So) Common Sense Attention

thoughtfulYou would think paying attention would be easy, common sense really. And yet, we struggle to pay attention to the aspects that matter most.  As leaders, we have one life to lead, on this one planet, and yet we juggle a multitude of roles at work, at home, and in …

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Our Addiction to Social Media

social mediaApps and social media are stealing our attention. We have become obsessed with likes, retweets, and finding the perfect gif response to post.

We miss the amazing play or moment at the concert because we are updating our Instagram.

We miss the bus because we are enthralled with the latest …

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Intention Makes Attention Valuable

intentionEver thought about the value of paying attention?

 

Attention sometimes gets a bad rap in today’s society. Perhaps that is because we’ve come to associate the concept of attention with unrelenting selfies that scream “look at me’ and the constant sharing of eery details of one’s life on social …

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Protect Your Schedule, Time and Attention

scheduleAre you constantly competing with others over your schedule? Do you feel inundated by a barrage of interruptions and distractions each day that leaves you feeling as if you worked like a crazy person all day and accomplished nothing as a result?

 

 

In my new book, Attention Pays

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Without Focus, Your Team Will Fail (So Will You)

Without Focus, Your Team Will Fail (So Will You)I can tell a lot about the leadership and culture of an organization just by mingling with the employees. What I often witness is an unintended disconnect between what leadership thinks employees are focusing on, versus what they are.

 

As a result, employees are overwhelmed. They feel overworked and …

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