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Book details
  • Genre:REFERENCE
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:400
  • eBook ISBN:9781483512464

Everybody Paddles: A CEO Strategic Guide to Building Company Consensus

by Charles A. Archer

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Overview
Drawing on his extensive background as a lawyer and head of a large New York social service agency, management guru Charles A. Archer has created the blueprint for building office teamwork and camaraderie. Each step is spelled out in this comprehensive explanation of his program. Everybody Paddles which has evolved into the management model used by organizations and companies across the country.
Description
EVERYBODY PADDLES PRINCIPLES The Everybody Paddles Principles provide the reader with an outline for successfully building company consensus and developing effective behavioral dynamics within an organization. Additionally, the principles are important problem-solving tools which provide techniques for solving interpersonal issues within an organization and how to remedy non-productive dysfunctional patterns. P.A.C.T: FOUNDATION BUILDERS Partnership, Associations, Collaborations and Teamwork (P.A.C.T) are the foundation builders for creating a successful business. Not only are these strategies relevant to the times, each Foundation Builder outlined in the book teaches facilitation skills aimed at helping the reader to increase values, services, experience, engagement and feedback. MEASURE IMPACT With the right metrics in place, teams will translate operational outcomes into business solutions. This team transformation can demonstrate strategic alignment, accelerate change and measure the impact.
About the author
Charles A. Archer, Esq. is passionate about assisting, inspiring, and uplifting everyone he can—especially the disadvantaged. In part, he’s currently fulfilling this mission as Chief Executive Officer of the Evelyn Douglin Center for Serving People In Need, Inc. (EDCSPIN). He and his staff of more than 500 men and women are dedicated to meeting the needs of more than 1,000 developmentally delayed individuals and their families. In his first year as CEO, Charles spoke to his staff about the importance of teamwork, using the metaphor that they were all in the same boat. He emphasized how critical it is that “Everyone Paddles – at the Same Time, in the Same Direction, towards the Same Goal.”© Today, this concept continues to create a cooperative, results-oriented culture at EDCSPIN and has expanded into the Everybody Paddles Movement. Charles’s education prepared him well for his executive position. In 1996, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Accounting at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. Continuing on, he earned a Juris Doctor degree from Brooklyn Law School in 2001 and became an assistant district attorney in Kings County. Later, Charles obtained his Masters of Public Administration from Baruch College, and in 2006, he joined the faculty there, serving as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Affairs. He also became a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional and a Certified HealthCare Compliance Professional. Relishing the opportunity to make the case for services to help those in need, Charles assumed a lobbying role as the associate executive director for The Inter-Agency Council on Mental Retardation and Developmental Disability Agencies. Also affiliated with numerous professional associations, he’s been called upon to lecture and conduct research on a variety of topics important to organizations that provide policy, leadership, and development support as well as community, day, and residential services for the disadvantaged. In 2011, he became a Cuba Research Delegate with the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD), for which he also lectures. In 2012, Charles participated in the Harvard University Kennedy School Driving Government Performance consortium. Also in 2012, he received The Network Journal 40 Under Forty Achievement Award for professionals making a significant impact and contribution to the community. A Charles Archer firmly believes that “Everybody is required for Everything!” and he’s more than willing to do his part.
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