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Leading the High Energy Culture: What the Best CEOs Do to Create an Atmosphere Where Employees Flourish Hardcover – February 27, 2012


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  • Hardcover: 256 pages
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (February 27, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0071781269
  • ISBN-13: 978-0071781268
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.2 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #551,106 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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David Casullo's passion is to develop leaders who have the courage and capability to change the world. He is the president of Bates Communications, a communications coaching and consulting firm in Wellesley, MA. Bates transforms leaders into powerful communicators through executive coaching, consulting, training, workshops, and seminars. (www.bates-communications.com)

Prior to joining Bates Communications, David held the Senior Vice President of Human Resource role on the executive team for the rapidly growing northeast mega-retailer, Raymour & Flanigan.

David has spent decades developing leaders by tapping into their unique, authentic qualities. His methods ensure that leaders clarify their personal values and recommit to behaving consistently with them. He has a proven process to clarify organizational values and communicate them effectively to drive growth and bottom line results.

For ten years his leadership helped Raymour & Flanigan become a billion dollar retail giant, the largest furniture retailer in the Northeast, and one of the fastest growing in the US - with nearly 100 store locations in seven Northeastern states and 4,300 associates company-wide. Always having worked for tightly privately held companies, David is keenly aware of the leadership challenges uniquely present in a privately held organization.

David earned his Bachelor degree in Math and Computer Science from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY and an MBA from RPI in Troy, New York. He married his high school sweetheart and has three wonderful children. Contact David at dcasullo@bates-communications.com

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Leading the High Energy Culture is a must read for today's leaders.
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So, how can good leaders become great leaders, inspiring all those who come their way?
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The book was not only informational but also entertaining and an easy read.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By charles York on February 27, 2014
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David Casullo and his wife Lori crossed paths with my life about six months ago, leasing an apartment from my wife and I. Having almost thirty years experience leasing apartments and dealing with people, I cast a cynical eye over Dave at the apartment showing. My wife was present, and later, we shared a laugh discussing "what's this guys deal?" Dave came across as very nice, too nice, extremely upbeat, personable, and saying all the right things in just the right way. Definitely something that scares the hell out of us landlords!
On the rare occasion since that Dave's actually been in town, that's all we ever see, the same upbeat guy looking like he's on top of the world. Dave dropped over with a six pack around the holidays, and gave us a copy of his book. Reading it I was surprisingly impressed. Maybe partly it was knowing Dave isn't a career writer, and part was how good it was, but the best part for me was seeing the Dave I see across the street unfold on paper. This guy walks the talk.
Observing Dave's successful, amazingly energetic and fully engaged lifestyle, and then reading the essence of how he does it clearly outlined step by step is powerful stuff.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then telling you I purchased two more copies of Leading the High Energy Culture, and asking Dave to sign them for my sons is the best endorsement I can give the book, and him. Anyone who has the character and discipline to follow the guidance in this book will most assuredly benefit professionally and personally.
One of the things Dave brought up that first day we met was his dream. Landlords always ask what perspective tenants do for a living, and Dave informed us he was President of Bates Communication, coaching CEO's and other high level leaders.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Neil R on February 16, 2012
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This book offers a new, bold and refreshing approach to creating and leading a highly effective DRIVEN organization. It provides a step by step, logical and understandable approach. Using real examples and experiences, thorough research and a very readable style, you will come away with the feeling that you can create or enhance a high energy culture. I was able to reach inside to find my true self and then learn to extend mself and my vision to our organization.

Many leadership or personal development books I have read offer a single concept, repeated many times over in different ways. This book breaks that mold and takes you through a process of self-discovery and building blocks.

A must read for any one in, or seeking a leadership position.
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Format: Hardcover
Leading the High-Energy Culture is a welcome read from an author who has been there, done it, is passionate about it, and is enthusiastic about helping others do it, too. I've worked with David and have benefited from exactly what this book is about - his energy and spirit, in combination with his professionalism and expertise. Many books address the nuts-and-bolts, tangible aspects of leadership, but they're missing an enormous aspect of it, especially in today's global world. The themes of energy and resonance discussed here are critical. I'm a firm believer in the synergistic power of business acumen on one hand and power from within on the other, based on self-reflection and self-truths and, ideally, sent throughout the organization. The examples David uses offer a refreshing shift from the usual “This guy turned the company around and drove record profits by streamlining processes and doing away with silos, etc. etc.” David speaks from a more heartfelt place that combines inspiration and passion with knowledge and skill. This is a great read, and it will make you think about your own leadership journey from within.
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"Leading the High Energy Culture" is not just another leadership book. Having read many books focused on leadership and becoming an exceptional leader, this one delivers a new and refreshing perspective to leaders at all levels of an organization -- or for anyone striving to become a leader. The real life examples bring the lessons to life and gives leaders an immediate method to apply the learning. David Casullo has a way of writing that keeps you engaged in the process of learning and wanting more -- highly recommend putting this on the top of your leadership reading list.
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By F Clef on September 15, 2012
Format: Hardcover
I am tempted to say this book should be required reading for every college business major. Actually, it should be required reading for every high school student, no matter what their preferred course of study. The book's common sense illumination of core values and standards of conduct, not only in a business sense, but in a way of living life, is key here. Good business is really an extension of good family. I've passed the book onto my 20-something daughter, whom will pass it onto her brother once she's read it. If you are similarly blessed with children, nieces, nephews, etc., I suggest you do the same. It will surely enrich their future, both professionally and personally.
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As an avid and interested reader in the area of leadership skills, I find this book to be a fascinating, in depth, with real life experiences, guide to success in any type of professional environment. This is the key to this book, apply to your profession any and all of the information provided. It is a book that can be referred back to time and again as leadership skills need to be applied and refined. Mr. Casullo has done a masterful job in explaining, understanding, applying, and maintaining interest in each of the topics covered in every chapter of the book.I highly recommend it to be read, followed, and practiced.
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