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The Orange Revolution: How One Great Team Can Transform an Entire Organization.
If you're ready to motivate and inspire your team to greatness this work will guide you and provide the impetus you've been looking for!
Its written in an everyday voice, very much like I were reading a novel, that I find interesting.
Love the principles espoused by Adrian and Chester. Wish they hadn't sold out to O.C. Tanner.Published 2 months ago by Michael D. Sisson
An extremely transformative read for leaders of any type of team, group or organization. This book provides very tangible and relatable examples of leadership in action and how... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Emilee
It was interesting at first and made some points around the power and importance of team, however I could not get through it due to the redundancy and just telling story after... Read morePublished 7 months ago by PenName
The book is well written and to the point. If taken to heart, a lot of ministries will avoid problems with preferring or choosing leaders that they think are a God sent.Published 14 months ago by Terry
An interesting book necessary to be rad not only by managers but mostly by employees to understand the world we live and the changes we need to understand. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jurij Kobal
I was dreading reading this for work, but once I started reading the book it was full of so much useful information.Published 21 months ago by Julie W.
There are definitely no surprises in this book in recognizing great teams and citing examples of certain companies that have used their creative talents to foster an environment at... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Eric Wang
Great book. We used it for our book club at work. Was able to apply it to our work environment.Published 23 months ago by Tanya
Good but not phenomenal. I think there are better books on teamwork and leadership out there but it's a good startPublished on April 22, 2013 by greg hill