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Soup: A Recipe to Nourish Your Team and Culture [Format Kindle]

Jon Gordon

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Why it matters who's stirring the pot

Soup offers an inspirational business fable that explains the "recipe" you can use to create a winning culture and boost employee morale and engagement. The story follows Nancy, the newly anointed CEO of America's Favorite Soup Company. She has been brought in to reinvigorate the brand and bring success back to a company that has lost its flavor and profit and has fallen on hard times. Fatefully, while eating lunch at a local soup shop, Nancy discovers the key ingredients to unite, engage, and inspire her team and create a culture of greatness.

  • From the bestselling author of The Energy Bus, The No Complaining Rule, and Training Camp
  • Find out how culture drives behavior, behavior drives habits, and habits deliver results
  • Create relationships that are the foundation upon which successful careers and winning teams are built
  • Features quick takeaways you can use to invest in your people, build trust, create unity, and enhance engagement

A turnaround tale like few others, Soup will inspire you to work in your own company to unleash the passion that delivers superior results.

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Praise for SOUP

"So often we only concern ourselves with wins and losses. We overlook what is at the core of success, and that is the ′culture′ of the team that is created by the leader or leadership group. If you create a culture where all members of the team can thrive and do their jobs effectively, then the score will take care of itself. Jon gives you the recipe of how to create a culture of greatness for your team, organization, or family."
Mike Smith, Head Coach, The Atlanta Falcons

"In a world where leaders are pulled in a million different directions, Soup reminds us that we must make time to cultivate engaged relationships in order to build a winning organization and team."
Margaret Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, RE/MAX International Inc.

"Told in an entertaining parable form, Soup will help you understand how to nurture the greatness in others so that you can become great as a team."
Mark Batterson, Lead Pastor of National Community Church and author of Primal

"Soup provides the key ingredients to establishing culture and is another example of how Gordon′s writing transcends common thought."
Sam Presti, Executive Vice President and General Manager, the NBA′s Oklahoma City Thunder

"There′s a common problem in business today. It′s a people problem . . . but maybe not in the way you would think. We spend so much time focusing on the bottom line that many fail to focus on the people who make the bottom line what it is. People matter and how we lead them matters. This is why I recommend Jon Gordon′s new book. It provides the recipe for mobilizing and engaging a team."
Chris Brogan, New York Time bestselling author of Trust Agents and Social Media 101

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 966 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 176 pages
  • Editeur : Wiley; Édition : 1 (29 avril 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Recipe for Business Success 20 mai 2010
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If you have read any of Jon Gordon's book, you will love this one. It is written in the inspirational novel format where a story line is used to develop a very practical business model. When cooking soup, all kinds of ingredients are used but as the book points out, the outcome is determined by the love and inspiration of the person who "stirs the pot". I am extremely thankful that I work for a company that could have been used by Gordon as an almost perfect example of the business model depicted. This is simply a good book that will cause you to think about your current business practices and what they could or should be instead of what they might currently be. "Gymbeaux"
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Stuff 28 mai 2010
Par Steve M. Shaver - Publié sur
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While this book reviews basic principles that we all know it is the way in which the story is told tha truly grabs you.
The foundation in which it lays out that people are first is a testimate to all those people who know that without the people engagement we are hopeless.
I encourage you to get this book and read and reflect on the meaning in which the author is conveying. If you purchase this book I don't think you will be sorry.
If you follow this books guidlines I know you will experience the power of the people.
Enjoy !!!!!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A business novel to help you improve your organization's culture 27 mars 2013
Par Nathan Ives - Publié sur
Soup: A Recipe to Nourish Your Team and Culture a business novel by Jon Gordon illustrates the significant impact senior leaders have on setting and nurturing their organization's culture. Jon goes on to reveal how culture, in-turn, drives performance and ultimately an organization's success.

I believe leaders at the top set the tone and tenor of the organization's performance; that the workforce will, over time, embody a set of beliefs aligned with senior management's decisions and actions.

I like Soup for the way in which the relationship between senior leader decisions and actions, organizational beliefs and work ethic, and overall company results is illustrated. Through the story of Soup, Inc., Jon reveals the nuances of decisions and actions by a CEO and how these effect those immediately around her and are then translated throughout the workforce. These easy-to-relate-to interactions follow closely with our own experience with personnel reactions in the workplace; making Soup`s lessons both real and applicable.

The lessons in Soup go one step further; illustrating in an implementable step-by-step fashion how to positively impact and change an organization's culture.

Soup`s insights and implementable actions on how to constructively improve an organization's culture makes it a StrategyDriven recommended read.

All the Best,
Nathan Ives
StrategyDriven Principal
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gordon delivers in SOUP! 19 mai 2010
Par Shannon - Publié sur
"Once again, Jon Gordon delivers. In an engaging, page turning, format, SOUP provide leaders with timeless advice on what matters most- a "how to" on investing and building relationships. At the core of all that we do as leaders, nothing is more important. As Gordon skillfully takes us on a new CEO's journey, we find ourselves being reminded of the critical role executives play in creating "a community" in the workplace. Don't let the title SOUP fool you... You won't put this one down!"
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stir things up! 3 septembre 2010
Par Monty Rainey - Publié sur
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SOUP: A Recipe to Nourish Your Team and Culture, by Jon Gordon is written as an allegory. As with most business allegories, the story is a little corny and just a tad beyond the real world, but the message is fantastic.

I'll get the corny part out of the way first. Before anyone follows the example (that I am sure Mr. Gordon simplified for the reader's benefit) please note that if you go in and start eliminating un-engaged workers, you had better check the employment laws in your state or you will facing some serious issues with the EEOC and Soup Worker's Local Union. Also, before you do as suggested and start hugging your employees (and yes, I do hug my employees, both male and female) be mindful of the possibility of sexual harassment charges.

Now for the stuff that makes SOUP well worth reading. If you've read any of Jon Gordon's other books (and if you haven't, you should), you know his writing style is very easy to follow and he has a unique way of putting his points in front of the reader in a relatable fashion so that you can immediately implement his ideas. For example, I thought the "Winning Habits" manifesto presented in this book was such a tremendous idea that I stopped reading mid-page and starting typing one up for my team that I will introduce at next week's meeting.

I don't want to give away too much story here, but the book gives some great insight to building better, stronger relations with your team and some great ideas for inspiring, empowering and coaching your team. The end result will be a much more engaged group of workers.

There's no rocket surgery here. Most of this is what good leaders already know, but Jon Gordon has a very succinct way of reminding us what good leadership and team building is all about. I do recommend this book, as well as Gordon's other books. My personal favorite of his is still the No Complaining Rule, but I rate this one right up there with it.
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