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Taking People with You: The Only Way to Make Big Things Happen e-book

Author:

David Novak

Language:

English

Category:

Business

Subcategory:

Business Culture

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1162 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Portfolio (January 3, 2012)

Pages:

256

ISBN:

1591844541

Taking People with You: The Only Way to Make Big Things Happen e-book

by David Novak


David Novak is a great CEO. A lot of people claim to be good people managers, but Dave has actually made the investment to train the next generation of leaders at Yum. You will enjoy Taking People With You for its common sense approach to, well, taking people with yo.

David Novak is a great CEO. - Jeffrey Immelt, Chairman and CEO, General Electric. While it appears easy to some, bringing people together and obtaining the best from each, as well as creating an aligned team, is an immense challenge

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David Novak learned long ago that you can't lead a great organization of. .

He convinces them that they'll never make big things happen until they learn how to get people on their side. No skill in business is more important.

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They are: What’s the single biggest thing you can imagine that will grow your business or change your life? Who do you need to affect, influence, or take with you to be successful?

ptions, habits, or beliefs of this target audience do you need to build, change, or reinforce to reach your goal? Before I ask you to answer these questions, I need to explain the right way to approach them

Very few people get as much help from their team as David Novak.

Very few people get as much help from their team as David Novak. As the CEO of the world's largest restaurant company, with a staggering . million employees, he has spent the last ten years developing a program for creating effective leaders at every level. In Taking People With You, he shows exactly how to keep your teams motivated and on track: never stop learning, always celebrate achievement and never tolerate poor performance. Пользовательский отзыв - NeitherNora - LibraryThing. And Yum!'s extraordinary success (at least 13 percent growth for each of the last nine years) proves his point.

Over his 15 years at Yum! Brands, Novak has developed a trademarked program he calls Taking People with You.

But how do you do that? There are countless leadership books, but how many will actually help a Taco Bell shift manager, a Fortune 500 CEO, a new entrepreneur, or anyone in between? Over his 15 years at Yum! Brands, Novak has developed a trademarked program he calls Taking People with You. He spends several weeks each year personally teaching it to thousands of managers around the world.

David Novak learned long ago that you can't lead a great organization of any size without getting your people aligned, enthusiastic, and focused relentlessly on the mission. But how do you do that? There are countless leadership books, but how many will actually help a Taco Bell shift manager, a Fortune 500 CEO, a new entrepreneur, or anyone in between?

Over his fifteen years at Yum! Brands, Novak has developed a trademarked program he calls Taking People with You. He spends several weeks each year personally teaching it to thousands of managers around the world. He convinces them that they'll never make big things happen until they learn how to get people on their side. No skill in business is more important. And Yum!'s extraordinary success (at least 13 percent growth for each of the last nine years) proves his point.

Novak knows that managers don't need leadership platitudes or business school theories. So he cuts right to the chase with a step-by- step guide to setting big goals, getting people to work together, blowing past your targets, and celebrating after you shock the skeptics. And then doing it again and again until consistent excellence becomes a core element of your culture.

This book has specific tools at the end of each chapter that will challenge you to reflect on how you're really doing on key aspects of leadership. And if you apply it, you'll immediately start to improve.

You'll learn how to . . . • Get inside the heads of your people. You can't convince them of anything until you see the world from their perspective. • Think big. If your sales growth last year was 3.5 percent, don't aim for 4 percent this year, aim for 15 percent. Even if you fail, you'll probably do better than you would have with a smaller goal. • Practice "extraordinary authenticity." Show occasional vulnerability and admit when you don't have the answers. • Look for good ideas in unexpected places. Novak's team came up with Cool Ranch Doritos for Frito-Lay during a field trip to a grocery store's salad dressing aisle. • Choose a can-do mind-set. There's a huge difference between a boss who says "We can try this" and one who says "We can do this!" • Cheer for first downs, not just touchdowns. Publicly recognizing and rewarding small wins keeps everyone motivated for the long haul. • Get rid of cynics. In many teams one person will reject your values and spread negative energy. Moving that person out will show everyone else you're serious.

Get ready to change the way you think about leadership-and more important, the way you practice it every day.


Whitebeard
When I saw the title of this book and read a sample on Amazon, I thought it would focus on engaging people and giving recognition. It turns out that it is longer on leadership and management than on engaging people.

Much of what is said in the book is common sense. Personally I do not find it insightful.

If you are looking to purchase, get a printed copy. I read the Kindle edition. I am afraid the publishers have not done enough to adapt the printed version to fit an ebook format. Things do get haywire when words in adjacent columns are bunched together, large amounts of spaces after the first letter of a word in a chapter and after hyphens and dashes, just to mention a few annoying features.
Dalarin
We fail here most of the time. We want to do it all ourselves. We can only truly succeed if we take others with us. Look at those starting Microsoft, Apple, Google, Facebook, not only did the founders succeed, but those that they brought with them did too.
Hap
The CEO of Yum and his experiences/advice about motivation, teamwork, etc. This was a somewhat-interesting book, but it didn't lead to any changes or actions for me.
Qwert
This was another book that I enjoyed. What I liked best about this book was that it provided helpful tools, exercises, and quick evaluations to help me transition the learnings from the book to my actual situation. I could also feel the passion that David has for this subject to the point that sometimes it felt like I was in the room with him, learning the concepts in a live classroom environment.
Gaxaisvem
My husband is in management and he's read hundreds of business related books and has a subscription to audible where he listens to them as well. This is his all time favorite book and he purchased multiple copies for his team.
Coron
Excellente book by Mr. Novak, Excellent lessons
MUST READ
Erienan
I run a small business and am always looking for ways to improve culture. There are tons of tips and strategies to get your team motivated and working better together. I recommended this book to a friend already.
Great leadership book. Easy to follow and use in every day life.

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