How to spot employees' true game-changing character traits for creating a winning culture.
Contrary to most conventional management wisdom, The 7 Non-Negotiables of Winning looks beyond employee skills and background and to identify the true game-changing character traits for creating a winning culture. Based on the author's methodology for what abilities drive decisions and actions within his own company, The 7 Non-Negotiables of Winning details how respect, belief, loyalty, commitment, trust, courage, and gratitude play an integral part to multiple key business outcomes.
When these seven core traits become the standard within any company, employees become inspired to flourish and companies sail over business hurdles to achieve record growth.
©2013 David K. Williams (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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"The most enlightened inclusive leadership ever written!!"
David takes you on heart-mind-spirit leadership journey that will enlighten you about the subtle values of leadership that will develop your whole team in such a way that naturally winning will inevitability happen
"Applicable to more than just business"
I couldn't help but find myself applying most of what was discussed in this book to my personal life beyond just work. David Williams shares a number of personal experiences that effected how he decided to run his business and in the end, it made all the difference - a business with a unique and enriching culture, different from most of the companies that care more about revenue that its own employees.
"Good Book w/Valuable, Applicable Insight"
I would recommend this book to others, in fact, I am going to use it for our company's next book club reading.
The 7 Non-Negotiables are very powerful and can be applied personally as well as in business.
The narration could be a little dry, choppy, and redundant at times, but if you can focus in and listen to what the message is about and not get hung up on flow and cadence, you'll be glad you did.
It's a very thought provoking book and there are times I found myself making excuses of why I couldn't do that- then I realized I was just making excuses and I needed to be open to the concepts and how I could apply them in my personal and business life.
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