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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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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.Read more ›
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.
The book was not only informational but also entertaining and an easy read. David's personality shines through and at times I truly believed the book was written specifically for me. Anyone in a leadership position or anyone that wants to lead must read this book. Steve M.
This book effectively covers the 5 C's of leadership success by reflecting on personal beliefs and values as well as the company's history, current and past leaders, and the values of the organization. The 5 C's are: character, commitment, competence, courage, and communication. Exercises are provided at the end of each chapter, on one of the 10 culture energizing steps, to build the 5 C's within the leader so that they may spread that knowledge and values throughout their organization. The book also points out the importance of growing disciples of and new leaders in the culture to help spread the values and to continue the success of the company.
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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... Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by R. Matt Davis
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... Read morePublished on September 15, 2012 by F Clef
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... Read morePublished on May 9, 2012 by rj
NURTURING KEY LEADERS TO BE "ALPHA DOGS" IN YOUR ORGANIZATION IS SKILLFULLY DEPICTED BY DAVID CASULLO. Read morePublished on April 16, 2012 by Joan
Dave Casullo is one of those rare individuals who possesses keen insight into the global principles of organizational leadership and is simultaneously capable of translating that... Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by Phil M.
Truly dynamic and energizing leaders are few and far between but more than ever a leader that inspires an organization is an invaluable resource. Read morePublished on March 8, 2012 by Ken Lizotte CMC, author of 'The Expert's Edge' (McGraw-Hill)