Winning Culture

Bradt, Gary
February 2008
Leadership Excellence;Feb2008, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p8
The article offers a guide to business leaders in creating a winning culture within their organizations. It asserts that winning cultures are created through a leader's words and actions. It states that winning cultures emphasize customer service, business growth and employee development. It also presents five steps for creating or redefining a business culture.


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