All In: Creating a Culture of Buy-In and Belief
How the best managers create a CULTURE of belief and drive real results.
The authors of the New York Times bestsellers The Carrot Principle and The Orange Revolution present groundbreaking new findings — today’s high-performance organizations have a distinctive kind of culture that leads to astonishing results.
Teaming up with research giant Towers Watson, authors Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton present an unprecedented 300,000-person study conducted in the worst of the recession. Based on this breakthrough research and their extensive consulting experience with a who’s-who of successful companies, they present a simple seven-step roadmap that all managers can follow to create a high-achieving culture in their own teams.
With the most current data available on culture, the authors offer specific how-tos for each step, and tell fascinating stories of leaders in action that vividly depict just how these powerful methods can be implemented. Audiences will learn:
The Carrot Principle – How the Best Managers use Recognition to Engage their People, Retain Talent and Accelerate Performance
A New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller, The Carrot Principle has become the preeminent source on employee engagement and recognition.
Attendees will learn how the transformative power of purpose-based recognition produces astonishing increases in operating results. Adrian shows how great managers lead with carrots, not sticks and in doing so achieve higher:
Productivity | Engagement | Retention | Customer Satisfaction
The Orange Revolution – How One Great Team Can Transform an Entire Organization
New York Times bestselling author Adrian Gostick transformed the corporate playing field with The Orange Revolution. This presentation reveals the synergy that exists among teams in the world’s most respected and innovative organizations—and teaches leaders how to tap into the power within any group of individuals.
Mr. Gostick will show how to achieve true teamwork, and how that can produce results that can immediately increase:
What Motivates Me
After surveying more than 850,000 people, New York Times bestselling authors Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton have found the key difference between employees who are most energized and productive at work is whether or not their work aligns with what motivates them.
In the What Motivates Me keynote, the New York Times bestselling authors of The Carrot Principle and All In offer an extensively tested method for leaders to identify their employees’ unique blend of core motivators and then help them align just a little more of their work with what drives them—creating huge boons in productivity and engagement.
In a fresh and wildly thought-provoking keynote presentation, audiences will learn:
More than half of workers surveyed say they are unhappy in their jobs. The ideas the authors present have been vetted with their consulting clients from American Express to Procter & Gamble to AT&T, and are shown to increase levels of employee motivation, engagement, and productivity. This is a vital message for leadership teams, employee groups, or association audiences.
Adrian Gostick is a global thought leader on workplace strategy and the author of numerous bestselling books on employee engagement. The Carrot Principle, All In andThe Orange Revolution have been regular New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestsellers. His latest book, What Motivates Me, is based on an 850,000-person study of employee satisfaction.
His research has been called a “must read for modern-day managers” by Larry King of CNN, “fascinating,” by Fortune magazine and “admirable and startling” by the Wall Street Journal. Adrian’s books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold more than one million copies worldwide. As a leadership expert, he has appeared on NBC’s Today Show, CNN, National Public Radio and others, and has been quoted in business publications such as The Economist, Financial Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Fortune. And if you Google the 30 top leadership gurus of 2014, you’ll find Adrian at number 18, right after Jim Collins and Jack Welch and just ahead of Marcus Buckingham and Ram Charan.
Adrian earned a master’s degree in Strategic Communication and Leadership from Seton Hall University, where he is a guest lecturer on organizational culture.