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Winning with Trust in Business

Winning with Trust in Business

Author: Bell, Arthur H.

Publisher: Pelican Publishing

ISBN: 1455614319

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 228

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Although deception has become commonplace in the corporate world, its consequences can have crippling effects. Bell and Cohn address how employees are pressured to conceal criticisms and deny mistakes. They follow the effects of false excuses from the ground up, revealing how these lies can infect management systems at the highest levels. An open work environment on the other hand is able to identify problems and address them as needed. As a result, companies are able to remain competitive and are better equipped to navigate economic cycles and business downturns. The authors use interviews and corporation profiles to demonstrate strategies for promoting truthfulness in employees.

Passion to Win

Passion to Win

Author: Abad Ahmed

Publisher: Excel Books India

ISBN: 8174463895

Category: Business enterprises

Page: 348

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HOW HAVE SOME DISTINGUISHED Indian companies and MNCs operating in India acquired outstanding stature and sustained extraordinary performance over long spans of time? How do they develop and sustain competitive edge?What kind of leadership, basic paradigms, values, strategic orientations, organizational characteristics, managerial processes and practices make the difference? This book attempts to answer these questions, based on an intensive, empirical, two-year path breaking research study by All India Management Association that covered some of the most outstanding, highly admired Indian companies and multinational companies operating in India. It is the first book of its kind that has focused exclusively on the Indian business context for developing original and fresh insights into the factors, characteristics and practices that develop and sustain competitive edge. The book draws heavily from the insights of some of the most successful Indian business leaders and highly experienced professional managers. Their wisdom and thoughts have been quoted verbatim from interviews to bring to surface their rich tacit knowledge, which makes it an interesting reading based on real life experiences.The authors have developed a powerful '5-I' analytical framework to explain the basic organizational attributes that develop and sustain competitiveness. The framework has been developed through a comprehensive analysis of interviews, field observations, case studies, and analysis of performance over an extended period of time.

500 AWARD WINNING BUSINESS SECRETS CHECKLIST

500 AWARD WINNING BUSINESS SECRETS CHECKLIST

Author: Geoff Grist

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1456806254

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 248

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This is the revised story of my past real life business, Audio Sound Centre and the strategies I employed which helped my business win the 1997 Telstra Award for the Best Small Business in NSW, category under 10 employees, referred to by many as the Olympic Games Gold Medal of Australian Small Business. Armed with an understanding of my small business secrets, I hope you will go to work on your own small business and improve its current position. Perhaps with enough hard work, you too could win a similar coveted business award in your area. I encourage you to seek out your local awards and enter them. I have written this book from my position as a small business owner. It is written from my real life experiences and is very much an account of “the way I do things.” I have covered both the highs and lows that I experienced in taking my business from its conception through to its sale so hopefully, you will learn something of my struggle and consequently you will profit from my journey. Inside this book, I have detailed my business secrets for you. I would like you to start using them in your own small business—today. Not next week, but today. This is a practical, hands on business guide and checklist developed, tried and tested by me and written from my personal experience, just for you. I have already made the mistakes for you. So please read this book with a highlighter pen in your hand so you can mark your favourite secrets and implement the ideas behind them, right now. Take my ideas and make them your own! You can do it. It’s not easy, but it is possible. When I started my own small business, I read as many books about business as I could get my hands on however most were far from the reality of day to day business life. I did not find a single business book that gave the real perspective I experienced being in a small business of my own.

Trust Inc

Trust Inc

Author: Matthew Yeomans

Publisher:

ISBN: 1783537485

Category: Corporate image

Page: 182

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We are entering the age of sustainability ¿ a business era where every company, big and small, must adapt its way of doing business to meet the realities of climate change, a finite supply of natural resources, evolving attitudes about inequality, increasing digitisation and automation. At the same time companies must meet the demands of consumers as they adjust to this rapidly changing way of life. Supercharging this change in consumer behaviour is social media ¿ a communications revolution that is democratising and disrupting society in ways never seen before. In this book, Matthew Yeomans explains why embracing sustainability is key to helping companies articulate their sense of purpose (and their reason to exist) in a world where social media is eroding trust in all institutions. The book shows how social media has made sustainability a mainstream concern for all society, how it compelled companies to be more authentic and accountable in their actions and how it will continue to shape how companies communicate the importance of sustainability to all of society. This book is a powerful guide for both communication and marketing professionals in business, especially Fortune 500, FTSE 250 companies and agencies, on how to use social media to communicate with their audiences and stakeholders in an authentic way. It is also a guide/text book for the growing field of sustainability communication in higher education.

A Great Place to Work For All

A Great Place to Work For All

Author: Michael C. Bush

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

ISBN: 9781523095100

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 192

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Greatness Redefined for the 21st Century Today's business climate is defined by speed, social technologies, and people's expectations of “values” besides value. As a result, leaders have to create an outstanding culture for all, no matter who they are or what they do for the organization. This groundbreaking book, from the creators of the gold-standard Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list, shows how it's done. Through inspiring stories and compelling research, the authors demonstrate that great places to work for all benefit the individuals working there and contribute to a better global society—even as they outperform in the stock market and grow revenue three times faster than less-inclusive rivals. This is a call to lead so that organizations develop every ounce of human potential.

TRUST

TRUST

Author: Haroon Abbu

Publisher: Haroon Abbu/Paul Mugge

ISBN: 9781736378403

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

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Trust: The Winning Formula for Digital Leaders is intended to help you become a more successful digital leader—and maybe a better person (more about this at the end). We know you are thinking, I am not the CEO, or even the Chief Digital Officer, I just work in the ranks of my organization, so how can this book help me? Due to a set of existential threats, like the global pandemic, all businesses are frantically trying to remake themselves into being digital businesses. Digital transformation is taking the world by storm—and everyone in the organization is, or will be, touched by it. We first studied the phenomenon of digital transformation through an extensive survey of global organizations. Called the Patterns of Digitization, the survey examined every aspect of how digital transformation is implemented. We looked at over 500 companies' business strategies, resource allocation, design practices, and looked at their “softer” side, like how the leaders actually communicate with employees. What we learned from this is—that no matter what type and size company you are, you fall into two different camps. Organizations are either "Digitally Developing" (the far majority), or they are "Digitally Mature". Through this analysis, we learned something else very important—Digitally Mature organizations are managed differently. Their leaders "align human & financial resources with the strategy", "create a collaborative, and nimble development environment", "promote open & transparent communication", and initiate other important activities. At the 2020 IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation, we presented Digital Leadership: Character and Competency differentiates Digitally Mature Organizations Leaders. Through it we show how the character and competency of these leaders (the foundations of trust) help set them and their organizations apart. Our intention was not to laud Digitally Mature leaders, as it was to help lagging companies grasp what is truly involved in implementing a digital transformation and what they need to do to catch up. This has been our "modus operandi" from the beginning. But just exhorting digital leaders to show more character and demonstrate their competency with digital technologies, is still not enough. To really help them (read you) we needed to go deeper. The jewel of this book is its in-depth interviews with proven, successful digital leaders. And we didn’t stop with just exploring their character and competency, we asked them "how specifically" they build trust through their intentions, integrity, capabilities and results. Of course, these are the “four core values” of Stephen M.R. Covey's Speed of Trust framework and the basis of the book’s 20-question Interview Guide. Now, enjoy the book and see for yourselves how these leaders rely on these very humancentric actions—along with the trust and respect of their people—to lead very aggressive and very complex digital transformations. From the Inside Flap Endorsed by Stephen M.R. Covey, The New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Speed of Trust: The One Thing that Changes Everything. Foreword by Gerald C. Kane, Author of The Technology Fallacy: How People are The Real Key to Digital Transformation Digital Leaders Included in the Book Authors take a deep dive into the actions of successful digital leaders. They built an extensive interview guide, based on Stephen M.R. Covey's now famous Speed of Trust model, and conducted 1:1 interviews with the following global digital leaders: Chuck Sykes (CEO, Sykes Enterprises), Andera Gadeib (CEO, Dialego), Larry Blue (CEO, Bell & Howell), Robert Kallenberg (Director of Strategy and Organization, Porsche AG), Brandon Batten (Owner &Operator, Flying Farmer LLC), Marc Schlichtner (Principal Key Expert, Product, Portfolio & Innovation Management, Siemens Healthineers), Seth Kaufman (President & CEO, Moët Hennessy North America), Deborah Leff (former Global Leader andIndustry CTO of Data Science and AI, IBM), Krishna Cheriath (VP, Head of Digital, Data and Analytics, Zoetis Inc.), Dominik Schlicht (CEO, Talbot New Energy AG), Craig Melrose (Executive Vice President, Digital Transformation Solutions, PTC), Dagmar Wirtz (CEO, 3WIN), and Rahul C. Basole (Managing Director and Global Lead for Visual Data Science, Accenture AI). Visit patternsofdigitization.com From the Back Cover The passion of these authors and their commitment to meaningful research is abundant in this compelling read. They have studied what separates digitally mature companies from the many companies that lag behind and conclude that the ability of their leaders to personally develop and enable trusting relationships is, indeed, the difference-maker. Using the Speed of Trust framework as a guide, the authors conducted direct interviews with digital leaders and show how their integrity, intent, capabilities, and results significantly impact performance across a broad range of transformation goals. The insights and lessons learned from these interviews will be invaluable to digital leaders. The pace of change in the digital world makes it easy to get caught up in the moving target of technology details--e.g. cloud computing, artificial intelligence, etc.--and lose sight of the ever more important, human-centric dimension of building trust. Stephen M.R. Covey The New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Speed of Trust: The One Thing that Changes Everything The book is about (and for) digital leaders, the people in charge of changing the course of their organizations. Authors bring it all together with interview chapters from thirteen digital leaders on how they build trust. Excerpt from the foreword to this book by Gerald Kane This book is a gem. The winning formula developed using interviews with digital leaders from a multitude of industries provides a practical guide to transform any company into a mature digital businesses. Robert Kallenberg, Head of Strategy, Porsche AG The authors have articulated the leadership challenge of the digital era--The ability to digitally transform businesses by cultivating trust. This is a must read for all aspiring digital leaders. Chuck Sykes, CEO, Sykes International Trust is the critical difference-maker in impactful leadership. The authors have clearly identified and elevated this philosophy. It's a great read not only for all business leaders but for every employee in your organization. Seth Kaufman, CEO, Moët Hennessy North America

Winning Body Language

Winning Body Language

Author: Mark Bowden

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071701648

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

View: 763

The Unique System of Nonverbal Skills Used by the Most Effective Leaders in Business Today CONTROL THE CONVERSATION, COMMAND ATTENTION, AND CONVEY THE RIGHT MESSAGE--WITHOUT SAYING A WORD Whether you're presenting an idea, delivering a speech, managing a team, or negotiating a deal, your body language plays a key role in your overall success. This ingenious step-by-step guide, written by an elite trainer of Fortune 50 CEOs and G8 world leaders, unlocks the secrets of nonverbal communication--using a proven system of universal techniques that can give you the ultimate professional advantage. Learn easily how to: Successfully master the visual TruthPlane around you to win trust now. Gesture in a way that gains everyone’s attention— even before you speak. Appeal to others' deep psychological needs for immediate rapport and influence. You'll discover how to sit, stand, and subtly alter your body language to move with confidence, control conversations, command attention, persuade and influence others, and convey positive energy—without saying a word. It's the one key to success nobody talks about!

Winning Body Language for Success in Career and Life EBOOK BUNDLE

Winning Body Language for Success in Career and Life EBOOK BUNDLE

Author: Mark Bowden

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071797672

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

View: 322

It's not what you say, but how you say it A proven new system for nonverbal communication—from an expert to Fortune 50 CEO's and G8 world leaders Professionals can move up in the business world with the strategic tips and techniques employed by one of the world’s most skilled communicators. Winning Body Language shows how to move to make people believe what you are saying, make them trust you, how to use the area where you are standing, and how to imitate hand motions of influential personalities to inspire confidence, and much more. Body language expert Mark Bowden brings TruthPlane, a unique model of non-verbal communication that professionals can master to give effective, dynamic presentations or memorable one-on-one meetings to their staff, colleagues, management and clients. You'll learn how to master the universal techniques of body language, including such counter-intuitive tips as: How manipulating the six square feet of area in front of your body known as the "truth plane" How to tap into audiences' primal brain structures so they identify with you Why looking someone in the eye while speaking with them can be deadly How imitating Hilary Clinton's hand motions can inspire confidence And more! Winning Body Language includes a full vocabulary of gesture delivery, a comprehensive and practical understanding of the signals that bind us all together, and unique tips and techniques to help us stand out and get noticed at work.

The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook

The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook

Author: Charles H. Green

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118085646

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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A practical guide to being a trusted advisor for leaders in any industry In this hands-on successor to the popular book The Trusted Advisor, you'll find answers to pervasive questions about trust and leadership—such as how to develop business with trust, nurture trust-based relationships, build and run a trustworthy organization, and develop your trust skill set. This pragmatic workbook delivers everyday tools, exercises, resources, and actionable to-do lists for the wide range of situations a trusted advisor inevitably encounters. The authors speak in concrete terms about how to dramatically improve your results in sales, relationship management, and organizational performance. Your success as a leader will always be based on the degree to which you are trusted by your stakeholders. Each chapter offers specific ways to train your thinking and your habits in order to earn the trust that is necessary to be influential, successful, and known as someone who makes a difference. Self-administered worksheets and coaching questions provide immediate insights into your current business challenges Real-life examples demonstrate proven ways to "walk the talk" Action plans bridge the gap between insights and outcomes Put the knowledge and practices in this fieldbook to work, and you'll be someone who earns trust quickly, consistently, and sustainably—in business and in life.

Software Services for e-Business and e-Society

Software Services for e-Business and e-Society

Author: Claude Godart

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642042799

Category: Computers

Page: 443

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I3E 2009 was held in Nancy, France, during September 23–25, hosted by Nancy University and INRIA Grand-Est at LORIA. The conference provided scientists andpractitionersofacademia,industryandgovernmentwithaforumwherethey presented their latest ?ndings concerning application of e-business, e-services and e-society, and the underlying technology to support these applications. The 9th IFIP Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society, sponsored by IFIP WG 6.1. of Technical Committees TC6 in cooperation with TC11, and TC8 represents the continuation of previous events held in Zurich (Switzerland) in 2001, Lisbon (Portugal) in 2002, Sao Paulo (Brazil) in 2003, Toulouse (France) in 2004, Poznan (Poland) in 2005, Turku (Finland) in 2006, Wuhan (China) in 2007 and Tokyo (Japan) in 2008. The call for papers attracted papers from 31 countries from the ?ve con- nents. As a result, the I3E 2009 programo?ered 12 sessions of full-paper pres- tations. The 31 selected papers cover a wide and important variety of issues in e-Business,e-servicesande-society,including security,trust,andprivacy,ethical and societal issues, business organization, provision of services as software and software as services, and others. Extended versions of selected papers submitted to I3E 2009 will be published in the International Journal of e-Adoption and in AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems. In addition, a 500-euros prize was awarded to the authors of the best paper selected by the Program Comm- tee. We thank all authors who submitted their papers, the Program Committee members and external reviewers for their excellent work.