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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Leadership
  • Language:English
  • Pages:180
  • eBook ISBN:9781483528120

7 Business Habits That Drive High Performance

by Nicholas S. Barnett

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Overview

This book identifies the 7 habits that most differentiate high performance from low performance organisations. It is based on ground-breaking research involving the views of over 100,000 employees from around 200 companies. The 7 Business Habits are all inter-related and indispensable to the delivery of sustainable high performance. Adopting and sustaining the 7 Business Habits in the ways set out in this book will significantly improve your organisation’s performance. There will also be numerous side benefits, including making your organisation a better place to work, improving employee engagement and retention, customer loyalty and advocacy, productivity, innovation, organisational resilience and change capability. All of these factors are also inter-related and build on each other to increase your performance even further. The 7 Business Habits apply to all types and sizes of organisations, including public, private, government and not-for-profit entities.

Description

This book identifies the 7 habits that most differentiate high performance from low performance organisations. It is based on ground-breaking research involving the views of over 100,000 employees from around 200 companies. The 7 Business Habits are all inter-related and indispensable to the delivery of sustainable high performance. Adopting and sustaining the 7 Business Habits in the ways set out in this book will significantly improve your organisation’s performance. There will also be numerous side benefits, including making your organisation a better place to work, improving employee engagement and retention, customer loyalty and advocacy, productivity, innovation, organisational resilience and change capability. All of these factors are also inter-related and build on each other to increase your performance even further. The 7 Business Habits apply to all types and sizes of organisations, including public, private, government and not-for-profit entities.

About the author

Nicholas is passionate about helping individuals, teams and organisations reach their full potential. He has been a director, business leader and consultant for over 35 years. He is chief executive officer of Insync Surveys, a former partner of KPMG, non-executive chairman of Ansvar Insurance and a non-executive director of Mission Australia. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD) and a member of the Australian Human Resources Institute’s (AHRI) Research Advisory Panel. Nicholas also wrote, “GPS for your Organisation®: how to energise your employees and build sustainable high performance” to help boards and leadership teams add clarity and gain ongoing buy-in to their organisation’s long-term direction, purpose and values.

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