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Summary: The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups By Daniel Coyle

Narrated by: J. Michaels
Length: 1 hr and 12 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Over the course of five years, Daniel Coyle visited and studied some of the world’s most successful organizations in the fields of education, entertainment, professional sports, military and even crime. He offers insights from these world-class leaders, and practical ideas for action.

This summary is based on the New York Times best seller, The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups. This book will give you the ideas and tools that are vital in building strong relationships at home and in your career.

Here's just a sample of what you will learn:

  • How to create cooperation in small groups
  • Strategies that encourage collaboration and build trust
  • How three key skills generate cohesion and harmony
  • How to establish a high sense of purpose within your group
  • How to build relationships towards shared progress
  • How to create strong connections with your group members
  • How to lead for creativity
  • How to be a transparent leader who listens
  • How to lead for proficiency
  • How to cultivate a ‘sense of belonging’ within your group

If you want a deeper understanding of how the most successful groups in the world work and the language that they speak... then this audiobook is for you!

(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book. If you’re looking for the original book, it is available from Amazon and Audible.)

©2018 Daniel Sterling (P)2018 Daniel Sterling

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A must listen for all leaders

Outstanding read with empirical information and engaging stories. This book should be compulsory for any and all leaders. If you intend to enhance morale in your company, this is your guide.

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If you are going to check out just one leadership

As an educator of several years I have the ability to improve a number of my classroom methods, and sometimes pivot to others. The case studies and ideas offered have actually confirmed and enhanced my leadership and management style. Motivational!

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Helpful as well as Eye opening

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A picked up this summary of the culture code while I was undergoing major changes at my workplace. I downloaded the audiobook from Amazon prime and I now rejoice that I did. This book actually provided some insight on what was happening.

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This is a well-researched book on just how talent is created and enhanced. As is typically the case, it is the easy things incorporated with common sense that spawn success. The Culture Code clarifies why it works.

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This well-written summary of the culture code has effectively communicated how: (1) building safety can be achieved by producing bonds of belonging as well as identity, (2) sharing vulnerability drives trust, and (3) developing a goal creates shared objectives and also values.

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Reliable advice to follow

The ideas in this book can help what I see as the enormous failing of management in our companies. Failure to develop an air of safety amongst their groups, showing genuine vulnerability and developing a bond with others and most notably, defining objectives as well as long term goals. Cannot recommend this book enough!

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Many great ideas, well written summary

This book allows the reader a look behind the curtain to see just how long-lasting cultures are produced, as well as strategies that can be used in our own lives. Satisfying as well as thought-provoking, this book highlights extraordinary motivators like Gregg Popovich as well as the leaders at Pixar. Recommended reading for anyone thinking about making more powerful, longer-lasting partnerships with their friends, or business associates.

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My favorite business Go-To book of 2019

I finished The Skill Code a week back and got so much out of it, that I chose to check out the summary of the Culture Code to see if it was on point. His research into the importance of Structure, Safety, and security Sharing Vulnerability, and also Developing Purpose led me to reassess my own management style. I highlighted so many passages that I'm eagerly anticipating reading it again.

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Outstanding!

I thought this would be just another managerial book however, I was entirely wrong. I'll definitely keep this on my bookshelf for quick reference. Several ideas were described to keep your group's spirits high and also how to produce a risk-free setting for your staff.

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As an educator of many years, these case studies and concepts presented have either confirmed or enhanced my leadership and management style.

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