Best books on workplace culture

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best books on workplace culture

Popular Workplace Culture Books

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Happy Employees, Culture in the Workplace. The Zappos Book is a must read for business owners

5 Company Culture Books to Inspire You & Your Team

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. Kip is an enchantingly modest man imbued with a palpable missionary zeal for his company and the unique working principles on which it is based. I have spent the weekend reading his book. I would describe Uncontainable as one-third autobiography, one-third company love letter, and one-third business theology.

The 10 Best Books and Podcasts for Building Culture

TEDxLincoln - Jay Wilkinson - 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.

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.

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  1. While the material was written over 50 years ago, the analysis that Berne offers has never been more relevant, especially as workplaces seek to demolish the typical office layout and stiff hierarchical interactions.

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