Amazon's Top 10 Books To Improve Your Company CultureAlways read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it. A few weeks ago, we shared a list of five books that every entrepreneur must read. After that post went up, we received significant interest from our readers and others across the web. So we figured we should give you, our beloved readers, what you want — Free Books! So naturally, reading the latest and best books on leadership and workplace culture is ingrained in our DNA. Compiled below is a list of five books that have made a positive impact on the way we lead. They have informed how we share our vision with the world.
Culture and Leadership - Joseph Trimble - TEDxWWU
10 Must-Read Books on Company Culture
That means that we have a wealth of knowledge and perspectives to inform our thinking about culture. Former U. Navy commander David Marquet describes how a culture shift turned the USS Santa Fe from the worst-performing nuclear submarine in its fleet to the best. By delegating responsibility and instilling a sense of ownership among his crew, Marquet created leaders of every rank. This is a prime example of how a culture of individual responsibility can drive measurable success within your organization.
Inspire Your Team With These Books
I had the good fortune to be a guest at the coming-out party for Kip Tindell's new book Uncontainable on October 8 at the New York Stock Exchange, where he addressed the Inc. Business Owner's Council. - Skip to main content.
Reading and listening to good content is a key part of learning. We polled our teams and curated a list of the best books and podcasts for anyone building their company culture this quarter. Pick up one or all of these to dive into and ownyourmoment! Every so often, you find a book that changes your life in a very real way. The goal of this read is to inspire people to find a flow state. Flow is a heady concept that examines the neuroscience and accessibility of peak performance. While psychedelics, music, and extreme physical activity are specifically mentioned in the book, finding flow could be as simple as a venture into nature or a creative brainstorming session.