Culture and leadership are inextricably linked. In an organization characterized by a high-performance culture, managers can learn how to become highly effective leaders; in turn, low-performance cultures can be transformed by leaders who know what it takes to lead culture change. The question is, what does it take?
Jason Bingham, Vice President of Trane North America, is a valued client whose best-selling book, The ACBS of Business Leadership, teaches readers how to lead with culture to achieve superhuman business results. According to Amazon, the best-selling business and leadership book “has far-reaching implications in shaping the way leaders perceive and strategically develop their cultures to deliver bottom-line results. This book shows how culture is not only directly connected to business results, but also how culture can change business results.”
Built on the foundation of balancing the ACB’s – Associates, Customers, and Business – CULTURESHIP introduces a system of beliefs that illustrates:
- How changing culture can quickly lead to better business results
- How every employee wants to grow, serve, and perform
- How associates ultimately own culture
- How successful leaders don’t tell, they lead
“Cultureship is the right book at the right time. Today’s leaders are more aware of culture than ever before, and employees are looking for leaders who will engage them in dialogue,” says Bryan Adkins, CEO of Denison Consulting. “Jason is a leader who brings sincerity and authenticity to his work every day, and this book offers the opportunity to apply the lessons and practices that have helped him develop high performance wherever he goes.”
The good news? This pragmatic approach can be learned and taught by anyone, and all fairly quickly. The even better news? Applying CULTURESHIP to your own business will differentiate your organization, increase productivity, lead to higher profits, and elevate you to a more advanced level of personal leadership success.
We are thrilled for your success, Jason! And we strongly urge everyone to pick up a copy of Cultureship, which you can do here. In the meantime, visit Jason’s blog to read all the latest and greatest around culture and leadership.