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Corporate Superpower - Cultivating A Winning Culture For Your Business - cover

Corporate Superpower - Cultivating A Winning Culture For Your Business

Oleg Konovalov

Publisher: WildBlue Press

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Winner of the Readers’ Favorite® silver medal! “Can help your organization create the culture needed to move to the next level of success.”—Marshall Goldsmith, Thinkers50, #1 Leadership Thinker, #1 Executive Coach in the World Culture is the soul of any organization, whether a gas station, church or international corporate powerhouse. A strong culture breeds loyalty, innovation, and success. A weak culture will breed cynicism, apathy, instability, and the eventual demise of the organization. Yet, culture is an often-overlooked aspect of business thinking and strategy. Positive culture can’t be maintained without such critical factors as respect, job satisfaction, involvement, loyalty, shared affection, preparedness to change, and responsibility, which defines the engagement of everyone in an organization. Teamwork, innovativeness, professionalism, accountability, shared vision, and trust form the main asset of any organization, its metaphysical resources. They define the nature of psychological power residing in culture and have direct impact on a company’s performance and achievement of its goals. Whether or not this potential is realized depends on how effectively it is exploited. In this book, a reader will learn what culture is, why it is important and how to fix it when it goes wrong. Leaders, management, as well as employees on the front lines will benefit from the discussion. This book is for those rising above the ordinary every day. “This book is among the most comprehensive, insightful and educational books I have ever read on how to build a world-class culture. This a must read on this extremely critical topic.”—John Spence, Top 100 Business Thought Leader & Small Business Influencer in the USA

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