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Building an A-Player Culture

Jerry Fons and Graham Mitchell

Do you feel frustrated with your organization’s culture? Are you seeing drama, absenteeism, high turnover, sub-par work, or infighting? These are all symptoms of employee disengagement, and if they are present in your company—you’re not alone.

But this book is not about bad news. Quite the opposite. There is much you can do to improve your culture, and thus employee engagement. Even small shifts in engagement can lead to many excellent gains, that translate to the bottom line: less frustration, lower rates of turnover and absenteeism, higher productivity, and better margins—to name a handful.

As the CEO, it’s up to you to curate a culture that engages your team and inspires them to do their best work. In this monograph, we will talk about how to do just that. We’ll cover the ins and outs of how to build an executive team culture, and how to use simple, practical, and actionable tools to create an entire organization of A-players who deliver extraordinary results.

CASH, The Fuel For Your Economic Engine: How 1+1+1=19

Jeffrey Redmon and Adam Siegel

Cash is not about finance. Rather, it is a necessary commodity input for every business, just as diesel fuel is for the farmer’s tractor or aviation fuel for the pilot’s aircraft. It is in every operational step that cash is earned, spent, delayed, wasted, saved and preserved.

While most CFOs have established metrics, benchmarks and systems to count and account for cash, few companies use cash as a driving metric on their path to growth and vitality. We can only save nickels and dimes – the elements that ultimately add up to make a real difference in the business’s bottom line – on the front lines, not in the executive offices.

In this monograph, discover the tools and strategies you need to unlock the full power of cash flow in your organization.

Creating A Culture of Accountability

Mark E. Green and Glen Dall

Regardless of industry, leadership tenure, culture or geography, my coaching colleagues and I routinely observe a lack of accountability as a foundational obstacle to profitable growth and scale in small and middle-market firms.

The best strategies and market opportunities in the world mean nothing if you’re not able to execute your plans and get things done. Effective execution starts with crisp accountability, and you cannot scale your business without it.

A culture of crisp, rigorous accountability enables effective execution, retains high performers, repels low performers and improves the sense of collaboration, winning and fun in your business. With these outcomes in mind, the need to improve accountability in almost every organization is clear. This book will show you how.

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