Leading with Gratitude: Eight Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Business Results

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$32.50  $30.23
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Harper Business
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Pages
272
Dimensions
6.3 X 9.1 X 1.4 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062965783

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About the Author
Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton are trailblazing voices in leadership strategy. With a legacy spanning over two decades, they've been the guiding force behind organizations transitioning to high-performance cultures. Their mission? Offering game-changing solutions for visionary leaders eager to amplify employee engagement, foster unparalleled teamwork, and champion gratitude. As the founders of The Culture Works, a leading global consultancy, they've penned multiple New York Times bestsellers including All In, The Carrot Principle, Leading with Gratitude, and Anxiety at Work. Across titles, their books have sold more than 1.6 million copies worldwide. Fortune has labeled their work "fascinating," while the New York Times found them "innovative and refreshing." As proud founding members of the Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches initiative and hosts of the popular podcast Anxiety at Work, they have clinched spots in the Top 10 Global Gurus in both Leadership and Organizational Culture categories.
Chester Elton, dubbed the apostle of appreciation by the Globe & Mail, is coauthor of the bestselling Carrot books and co-founder of The Culture Works. He was previously O.C. Tanner's lead recognition consultant and researcher. He appears weekly on WCBS radio's Building Better Places to Work segment, broadcast to 130 stations in the top 50 US media markets. His blog can be found at chesterelton.com.
Reviews
"I love, love, love this book! You will not only read but mark up and send to your friends."--Alan Mulally, retired CEO of The Ford Motor Company
"Leading with Gratitude is a wonderful gift for leaders, those who aspire to lead, and anyone who wants to bring more joy and meaning into their lives."--Dr. Jim Yong Kim, 17th President of Dartmouth College & 12th President of the World Bank Group
"Seeing and appreciating excellence is foundational in running a great team, and yet so few leaders have mastered this seemingly simple skill. A powerful, poignant roadmap that can lead you and your team to extraordinary results."--Amy Edmondson, Harvard Business School Professor & author of The Fearless Organization and Teaming
"Amazing! Ideas that will have a remarkable and immediate impact on your ability to lead other people."--Marshall Goldsmith, author of What Got You Here Won't Get You There
"Carefully researched, witty, and packed with a hundred practical tips, Leading with Gratitude is a blueprint to developing your soft skills (from) Gostick and Elton, the undisputed thought leaders in building All In cultures."--Whitney Johnson, CEO of WLJ Advisors & author of Disrupt Yourself and Build an A Team
"In this timely book, Gostick and Elton show how the power of gratitude can supercharge results and transform organizations."--Henry Timms, President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and co-author New Power
"Another instant classic by Gostick and Elton. Learning how to Lead with Gratitude is a core business competency and should be required reading for all people leaders. An exceptionally inspired workforce will respond in kind."--David Kasiarz, Executive Vice President, Global Total Rewards and Medical American Express
"This is THE book people will be talking about this year. A powerful and profound method to inspire people to rally to your cause and achieve outstanding long-term results. Jam-packed with ideas and tips to engage the people in your care, this book should be in every leader's library."--Lance Trenary, President & CEO, Golden Corral Corporation
"Rooted in profound theory; nurtured by rigorous research; and illustrated by moving stories, Gostick and Elton turn the ideal of gratitude into a vibrant, flourishing, and renewing lifestyle. Their remarkable work will inspire and improve anyone from senior leader to front line employee in any setting where we work, live, play, and worship."--Dave Ulrich, Rensis Likert Professor, School of Business, University of Michigan Partner, The RBL Group
"I love how this book uses hard-data to explain that the soft-stuff that makes all the difference for great leaders. Then, through benchmarking great leaders, provides relevant and actionable ideas for how to make gratitude a sustainable force for good. As you'll see, authentic gratitude can change lives and change companies."--Mark A. Beck, CEO, B-Square Precision Group
"Research has clearly shown that the best leaders positively engage with their people consistently. Leading with Gratitude hits at the essence and continued rebirth of what it is to be a leader. If you want sustained performance, hire leaders who possess 'power skills' like gratitude. The research in this book shows that people drive performance ... leaders who understand this--and routinely show appreciation and gratitude for work and effort--will drive even more business!"--Todd Billingsley, Director of Business & Leadership Development, Boehringer Ingelheim
"Gostick and Elton have captured the extraordinary essence of a driving life force to grow every sustainable organization. This book inspires, provokes, encourages and serves as a launching pad for that next level of performance of your team, your company and your community!"--Mark C. Thompson, New York Times bestselling leadership author and #1 ranked CEO coach