The Real Deal with Jason Silverman featuring Adrian Gostick (How the Best Managers Create a Culture of Belief & Drive Big Results)
Welcome to this edition of THE REAL DEAL with Jason Silverman!
Jason Silverman got a chance to catch up with best selling leadership author Adrian Gostick for a fun and truly eye opening conversation on how managers can create a work environment that will deliver results. If you’re looking to take your business (and your life) to the next level, this podcast is a must!
What are you waiting for?? You’re going to get a ton of value from this one!
Strap yourself in and get ready! This is going to be great!
A little about Adrian Gostick…
Adrian Gostick is a Bestselling Leadership Author and Organizational Culture Expert who provides real solutions on managing change, driving innovation, and leading a multi-generational workforce.
Gostick is a global workplace expert and thought leader in the fields of corporate culture, leadership, and engagement. He is founder of the training and consulting company The Culture Works and author of the #1 New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestsellers All In and The Carrot Principle. His books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold 1.5 million copies around the world.
As a leadership expert, he has been called “fascinating,” by Fortune magazine and “creative and refreshing” by the New York Times. Gostick has appeared on NBC’s Today Show and CNN, and is often quoted in The Economist, Newsweek, and Wall Street Journal. If you Google the 30 Top Leadership Gurus, he is on the list along side Jack Welch and Jim Collins. His consulting clients include Danaher, Bank of America, Rolls Royce, Jeld-Wen and California Pizza Kitchen.
Listen to today’s podcast and discover…
- Your book All In is a study of high-performance cultures. In a nutshell, what did you find?
- What is the most common problem you find when consulting with organizations about their cultures, especially if things are dysfunctional?
- You talk a lot about the role of the manager, what are some specific things managers can do to build stronger cultures in their teams?
- What is surprising about your research on team and corporate cultures, something maybe conventional wisdom says is true but you found isn’t?
- What companies are doing this right? Any examples we could think about?