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Drawing on case studies from leading companies including Disney, DHL, KPMG, and Pepsi Bottling Group, bestselling authors Gostick and Elton show how the transformative power of purpose-based recognition produces astonishing increases in operating results--whether measured by return on equity, return on assets, or operating margin. And they show how great managers lead with carrots, not sticks, and in doing so achieve higher
* Customer satisfaction
The Carrot Principle illustrates that the relationship between recognition and improved business results is highly predictable--it's proven to work. But it's not the employee recognition some of us have been using for years. It is recognition done right, recognition combined with four other core traits of effective leadership.
Gostick and Elton explain the remarkably simple but powerful methods great managers use to provide their employees with effective recognition, which all managers can easily learn and begin practicing for immediate results. Great recognition doesn't take time--it can be done in a matter of moments--and it doesn't take budget-busting amounts of money. This exceptional book presents the simple steps to becoming a Carrot Principle manager and to building a recognition culture in your organization; it offers a wealth of specific examples, culled from real-life cases, of the ways to do recognition right. Following these simple steps will make you a high-performance leader and take your team to a new level of achievement.
Managing with Carrots
Interesting and clearly written. I've already started implementing the strategies and seen results!Published 2 months ago by Jill Brady
I can't find the time to read a book. While I spend hours in a car per week this is a great way to get the information I wanted. THE BOOK IS GREAT... Read morePublished 3 months ago by cory hathcock
I bought is book for my boss! It has good information regarding employees! Motivation, recognition and retention. This is a must read.Published 8 months ago by Melissa A Englert
They say never to judge a book by it's title. This title intrigued me but I couldn't get past the first few chapters. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Deb in Everett
Doing recognition in the workplace effectively is very challenging for many people. This book is very helpful, provides good foundation and has practical ideas.Published 13 months ago by B-Co
First of all, I would not recommend the audio book. One of the authors/narrators pronounces "process" and "project" with the long "o" sound, which is really... Read morePublished 13 months ago by English major