Duration: 1 hour
The co-author of the New York Times bestsellers The Carrot Principle and The Orange Revolution presents groundbreaking new findings—today’s high performance organizations have a distinctive kind of culture that leads to astonishing results. Chester Elton will present a simple 7 step roadmap that all managers can follow to create a high-achieving culture within their own teams.
With the most current data available on corporate culture, the authors offer specific how-tos for each of the seven steps. Chester will relate fascinating stories of leaders in action that vividly depict just how these powerful methods can be implemented. Audiences will learn:
- The 3 research-based characteristics of the world’s most profitable, productive organizational and team cultures
- The 7 steps today’s most successful managers use to generate buy-in
- How managers at any level can build a productive workgroup culture of their own where employees commit to the culture and give that extra push of effort
Chester Elton is co-author of several wildly successful leadership books. The Carrot Principle was a New York Times, USA Today andBusinessWeek bestseller and The Orange Revolution was the number one selling book in America according to the Wall Street Journal. His latest book with Simon & Schuster is called: All In: How the best managers create a culture of belief and drive big results. Elton's books have been translated into over 20 languages and have sold over a million copies worldwide. He has been called a "must read for modern-day managers," by Larry King of CNN. As a motivation expert, Chester has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Fast Company magazine, and New York Times, and has been a guest on NBC's Today show, CBS 60 Minutes, and has a weekly segment on CBS News Radio. Chester serves as a leader consultant to Fortune 100 firms such as American Express, Pepsi, Avis Budget Group, Rolls Royce, and Madison Square Garden to name a few. But he is most proud to be the father of four exceptional children.