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"This is a supremely practical book with a profoundly moral message: that the quality of our lives, the productivity of our organizations, and the depth of our relationships are inextricably related. This book should not be used only as a guide for leaders, but as a guide for life."
--Joseph Grenny, New York Times bestselling co-author of Influencer: The Power to Change Anything
"Loyalty is a key ingredient in creating a high performance culture. Those leaders, athletes, or coaches who can leverage the power of loyalty have a distinct home field advantage. Why Loyalty Matters is the first playbook of its kind."
--David Kasiarz, Senior Vice President, Global Compensation and Benefits, American Express
"Why Loyalty Matters is a wonderful, timely book. Reading it can improve your relationships, your work, and actually make you happier."
--Tal-Ben Shahar, New York Times bestselling author of Happier
"Why Loyalty Matters is fun to read, practical to do, and invaluable to your success."
--Keith Ferrazzi, New York Times bestselling author of Never Eat Alone
"The idea of loyalty is much more than a platitude, it is the foundation by which people develop successful businesses and happy lives. Anyone who seeks to cultivate loyal customers, employees, and loved ones should not only read this book, but mark it up as a reference guide."
--Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton, New York Times bestselling authors of The Carrot Principle
"Loyalty matters! It's so direct and fundamental that we lose sight of just how important it really is. Keiningham and Aksoy brilliantly illustrate that the key to lasting success and happiness--in all parts of life, not just work--hinges on our human ability to be loyal. The message of Why Loyalty Matters is timeless--and timely."
--Stewart Friedman, bestselling author of Total Leadership: Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life
"As the CEO of 2,400 employees ranging from veterans to boomers, Xers to Nexters, it is challenging to understand motivation and engagement. Why Loyalty Matters is a brilliant and thought-provoking book that not only identifies issues, but also provides real-life answers."
--Britt Berrett, President & CEO, Medical City & Medical City Children's Hospital, Dallas, TX
"Why Loyalty Matters looks at loyalty in bold, new ways. By taking both a broad and deep view of loyalty--and how it affects our life, our work, and our societies, Keiningham and Aksoy have provided a promising roadmap for our future. Timely, useful, and fun to read!"
--Katherine Lemon, Professor of Marketing, Boston College, and Editor of the Journal of Service Research
"Why Loyalty Matters"
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I have often felt that the world we live in today is absent a sense of loyalty. Read more
This book provides very interesting perspectives on the topic of loyalty, not just from a business view point, but also from social and psychological angles. Read morePublished on October 1, 2009 by Homayoun
"Why Loyalty Matters" really makes sense of what is important to making all relationships meaningful - with your employees, with your customers and everywhere else in your world. Read morePublished on July 6, 2009 by K. M. Peterson
I have spent the past 20 minutes trying to figure out a way to express my opinion about this book and the best word i could come up with is wow. Pathetic is it not? Read more
A great book about the application of Loyalty in our lives -- both professionally and personally. Tim and Lerzan have developed a very tangible but then also holistic approach,... Read morePublished on July 2, 2009 by William Dunn
"Why loyalty matters" is an insightful look at why loyalty does matter. Not just in business, but in ones personal life. A great read!Published on June 25, 2009 by Timothy Brown
In Why Loyalty Matters, Tim Keiningham and Lerzan Aksoy continue the work we started together as authors of Loyalty Myths. Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by TL2000NJ
Currently working on large scale software deployments. Found the ideas and advices in this book very applicable to IT world. Read morePublished on June 23, 2009 by Petku Tin
Currently working in GSM sector, which is driven by fierce competition. I have found thought provoking ideas in this book, which can be turned into initiatives in real life.Published on June 22, 2009 by Ebru Engin