Contagious Culture: Show Up, Set the Tone, and

Contagious Culture: Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization that Thrives: Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization that Thrives ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Contagious Culture: Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization that Thrives: Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization that Thrives Author Anese Cavanaugh – Thomashillier.co.uk GET INSPIRED GET EXCITED GET RESULTSA proven approach to corporate culture that s positively contagiousYou are about to enter a new era of leadership With competiton, connectedness, and opportunities GET INSPIRED GET Show Up, PDF º EXCITED GET RESULTSA proven approach to corporate culture that s positively contagiousYou are about to enter a new era of leadership With competiton, connectedness, and opportunities than Contagious Culture: Kindle - ever before, this exciting new era demands a workplace culture that is collaborative, productive, energized, and contagious A culture that encourages extraordinary growth and innovation A culture that starts with you Culture: Show Up, PDF/EPUB ì showing up, setting the tone, and lighting the fireThis book is about answering that call and setting yourself up for success It s about improving your leadership presence and your impact, not just on others but yourself It s about creating the space you need to share your vision, state your intention, and jump start your team It s about working yourself over from the inside out so you can become the strong, effective, inspiring leader you know you can be This is Contagious Culture, a game changing guide to transforming corporate culture from within, developed by the award winning creator of The IEP Method to strengthen your Intentional Energetic Presence This is than a leadership book this is your future calling Award winning organizational advisor Anese Cavanaugh reveals the secrets of IEP Intentional Energetic Presence for transforming your workplace and your life The key to any company s success lies in its culture This game changing guide shows you how to shape and revitalize this culture by setting the tone, engaging the team, and creating a dynamic working environment that encourages growth, productivity, and innovation It all starts with youUsing the book s unique IEP Method, you canBe the kind of leader people want to follow not have to follow Craft your intention and make a real impact Unleash your energy and watch it spread like wildfire Unlock greater collaboration in your teams and greater leadership in your people Show up for Others by setting yourself up for success Bring out the best in everyone including yourself Create a contagious work culture that people want to catch With these proven step by step techniques, you can take control of the culture you work in and build a healthier, functional environment from the inside out You ll find helpful transformative tools and exercises for improving collaborations, opening communications, and implementing changes You ll discover the best methods for handling the toughest challenges, whether it s hiring and firing, strategizing and organizing, busyness or burnout Best of all, you ll learn how to enhance your Intentional Energetic Presence IEP so you ll always be fully present, purposeful, and prepared to share your vision with infectious energy and enthusiasm Contagious Culture is so much than a leadership guide It s a complete cultural mind shift that s not only exciting for you and your team it s absolutely, positively contagious.


10 thoughts on “Contagious Culture: Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization that Thrives: Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization that Thrives

  1. Coral Rose Coral Rose says:

    Mixed feelings she asked some questions that have really made me think about my presence and intent at work and at home, on the other hand her Intend and it will happen gospel The Secret style just reeks of privilege I, it is true, can likely achieve anything I put my mind to I am also white, educated, relatively wealthy and live in the United States Ugh Being aware of one s privilege can ruin things Thankful for all those who have pushed me to the self examination that has led me her Mixed feelings she asked some questions that have really made me think about my presence and intent at work and at home, on the other hand her Intend and it will happen gospel The Secret style just reeks of privilege I, it is true, can likely achieve anything I put my mind to I am also white, educated, relatively wealthy and live in the United States Ugh Being aware of one s privilege can ruin things Thankful for all those who have pushed me to the self examination that has led me here


  2. Darren Darren says:

    The use of the word contagious was an interesting choice to describe a positive series of attributes for a manager or leader Of course, it is a valid use, even if we mostly associate the word contagious with a sickness or disease.So now one is drawn in to this book, you begin to discover that the art of reading it is also contagious, or addictive Afterwards you, as a manager that exudes impact, wisdom, drive, inspiration and other positive qualities, act as a culture and replicate it out thr The use of the word contagious was an interesting choice to describe a positive series of attributes for a manager or leader Of course, it is a valid use, even if we mostly associate the word contagious with a sickness or disease.So now one is drawn in to this book, you begin to discover that the art of reading it is also contagious, or addictive Afterwards you, as a manager that exudes impact, wisdom, drive, inspiration and other positive qualities, act as a culture and replicate it out through your company It can also have benefits within your private life.It was an interesting concept and a fresh approach The author believes that there is great scope for success, especially in our ever connected, intense and competitive world, when you can spread about your energised, intense and contagious self Just like a disease, it could replicate and make the company even stronger, individual employees better andimmune to rivals Instead of a contagious virus taking over a body and spreading around an area, imagine instead a positive company virus that takes over the company and slowly but surely the marketplace in which it operates.You wouldn t want to take antibiotics to fight off this contagion.Often books of this kind can be rather off putting, filled with hyperbole and spread false hope Something about this book felt different The book makes it clear that the changes come from within, being an change in attitude, before the positive changes are spread about and success replicates success It was no magic step programme but something you can examine, analyse and implement at your own pace Whether you dive straight in and try and change everything overnight, or adopt a slower, step by step cautious approach, this book can potentially give you a lot It helps to be able to self reflect and criticise as well as having the confidence to try and make changes Just like rolling a small snowball down a hill, it can grow and grow and then become unstoppable.The book is worthy of consideration If you believe you are already doing everything right then it won t hurt to read it and get confirmation will it Maybe by the end you might grudgingly admit something, of course very small and insignificant, can be changed Or it might be a night and day big bang for you.A book recommended for closer scrutiny, in other words, just as the person who may read it would be


  3. Kimberly Jordan Kimberly Jordan says:

    Good Intentions Wrapped in Clunky WooWoo Setting intentions and showing up responsible for our energy is about checking ourselves at the door, doing resets, caring for ourselves all reasonable and needed work Surface therapy is perhaps the tone and intention, but I wasn t left with a concept of what organizational culture is or what strategies make a culture contagious I don t disagree with the need to bubble up and check our energy, but I wantedon what makes culture contagious besides Good Intentions Wrapped in Clunky WooWoo Setting intentions and showing up responsible for our energy is about checking ourselves at the door, doing resets, caring for ourselves all reasonable and needed work Surface therapy is perhaps the tone and intention, but I wasn t left with a concept of what organizational culture is or what strategies make a culture contagious I don t disagree with the need to bubble up and check our energy, but I wantedon what makes culture contagious besides me


  4. Kathy Hutchins Kathy Hutchins says:

    There are broadly two kinds of helpful self help books those that are clear, concise, easy to read, maybe not too deep and those that have a wealth of information, but aretechnical and challenging to read I felt that this book didn t fit into either category Yes, it has some good reminders However, it didn t offer much and it was not presented in a logical, easy to relate to manner.


  5. Valerie Valerie says:

    I received this book for my school district, we have the opportunity to pick a book each year to try to apply to our own practice and share with colleagues I picked this book as the theme resonated with me, I liked the idea of beingintentional with my presence and with the energy I gave to my students and colleagues, I left this book sapped of my mental and emotional energy There was a line in the book If you do nothing else Show Up, take care of yourself, focus on creating positive imp I received this book for my school district, we have the opportunity to pick a book each year to try to apply to our own practice and share with colleagues I picked this book as the theme resonated with me, I liked the idea of beingintentional with my presence and with the energy I gave to my students and colleagues, I left this book sapped of my mental and emotional energy There was a line in the book If you do nothing else Show Up, take care of yourself, focus on creating positive impact, and practice gratitude I feel like that line sums up all you really need to take away from this book and it is a good takeaway, but you don t need to read a whole book to benefit from it I was hoping to be energized by this book, I left exhausted That was largely due to the writing of the book itself, it just didn t resonate with me The idea is great, but bogged down by pages of made up terms restating of the same thing in ways that do not provide any excess clarity and just muddle everything You almost need to take notes as your go, memorizing vocab terms, lists, and diagrams To give an example, we are introduced to the idea of our IEP Individual Energetic Presence in Chapter 4 This IEP has three components to call upon as needed, rebooting your presence, creating intentional impact, and building a strong foundation Mind you, much of your IEP improving your IEP is the Art of Showing Up, which has 5 components intention, energy, presence, action and skills, and impact Now, there is thecomplex description of the IEP model which has the essential you at the center mind you, most people think they need to work on this model from the outside in, but you should work on it from the inside out , then your relational, physical environmental, mental emotional, and vibrational energy in the second ring, then your skills and leadership prowess communication, vision and strategy, leadership, support systems, alignment, cultural health, collaboration, and communication in the third ring, which all comes together to form your impact Which might sound like a lot, so right now just focus on your intention, energy, and presence Did you get all of that Because there are 14chapters to work through Now, don t get me wrong, there were things I benefitted from It was good to take time to sit down and consider what my vision is for me job The whole section on intentional impact was helpful I love and have embraced the idea of creating a culture of feedback, I know that s greatly improved my success and happiness in my classroom And working on gratitude can be a good thing, especially when it seems like a lot isn t working well in your life For me, this book would have beensuccessful if it paired down the amount of information into a cheat sheet of information about a 4th of the length This book wasn t right for me, not because I disagreed with it, but because I don t think I ultimately needed it I am happy with my life, my job, and really everything that s going on I am immensely grateful for where I am right now, my family, who I work with, and my students even when they can be difficult I am not in a position that is over my comfort level, and don t feel like I m either neglecting myself or my job in the pursuit of happiness or success in the other If I were at a different point in my life, frustrated with things that weren t working well or the negativity of others and exhausted with everything, this book might be great for me if I had the energy to really work through it all If you decide to read this book I hope it gives you the guidance and support you are looking for


  6. Ashley Martinez Ashley Martinez says:

    Contagious Culture is a beautifully written, fun, and accessible book that offers the reader a unique opportunity to dig deep, and really think about the way we show up in our daily lives.This is not a typical self help or leadership book Author Anese Cavanaugh has crafted a well rounded guidebook that includes real life examples, and concrete action steps to help create the life you want in the office, at home, and with yourself But, only if you do the work.The book is arranged in five part Contagious Culture is a beautifully written, fun, and accessible book that offers the reader a unique opportunity to dig deep, and really think about the way we show up in our daily lives.This is not a typical self help or leadership book Author Anese Cavanaugh has crafted a well rounded guidebook that includes real life examples, and concrete action steps to help create the life you want in the office, at home, and with yourself But, only if you do the work.The book is arranged in five parts In part one, the author explores how our presence, or how we decide consciously or unconsciously to show up is the difference between living the life and having the impact we want, or not The author also introduces the IEP Intentional Energetic Presence Method in this section.Part two is deep dive into you The author explores our internal game the mental, emotional, physical energy we bring when we show up How are you intentional about your presence How are you setting yourself up for success These are some of the questions the author asks us to consider I spent the bulk of my time on this section of the book, and found the Reflection sections at the end of the chapter to be extremely helpful.In parts three five, the author shares her wealth of experience, and step by step techniques gained through decades of experience on how to grow leaders, create healthy culture within organizations, and how to launch IEP within your own organization.I have read over 100 business, leadership, philosophical, and self help books, and I can say that Contagious Culture has challenged me , and provided actionable steps for me to reflect and take ownership of how I show up


  7. Soundview Executive Book Summaries Soundview Executive Book Summaries says:

    Contagious Culture Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization that Thrives by Anese Cavanaugh was chosen by Soundview Executive Book Summaries as one of the Top Business Books of 2016.THE SOUNDVIEW OVERVIEW The key to any company s success lies in its culture This game changing guide shows you how to shape and revitalize your culture by setting the tone, engaging the team and creating a dynamic working environment that encourages growth, productivity and innovation It a Contagious Culture Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization that Thrives by Anese Cavanaugh was chosen by Soundview Executive Book Summaries as one of the Top Business Books of 2016.THE SOUNDVIEW OVERVIEW The key to any company s success lies in its culture This game changing guide shows you how to shape and revitalize your culture by setting the tone, engaging the team and creating a dynamic working environment that encourages growth, productivity and innovation It all starts with you.Using award winning organizational advisor Anese Cavanaugh s unique IEP Method , you can take control of the culture you work in and build a healthier,functional environment from the inside out.You ll learn how to enhance your Intentional Energetic Presence IEP so you ll always be fully present, purposeful and prepared to share your vision with infectious energy and enthusiasm Contagious Culture is so muchthan a leadership guide It s a complete cultural mindshift that s not only exciting for you and your team it s absolutely, positively contagious.Soundview s in depth, 15 minute Executive Summary of Contagious Culture is available here


  8. Cathy Smith Cathy Smith says:

    This book is great to read if you need a cheerleader to get you back into the game The currently popular phrases showing up and being present may be so pervasive in our culture that they lose their meaning But Cavanaugh earnestly emphasizes this type of encouragement in a way that resonated with me The end result is that I gained insight on how to be a stronger, clearer communicator And, actually, I grew to appreciate the New Age language when I realized how important the message of th This book is great to read if you need a cheerleader to get you back into the game The currently popular phrases showing up and being present may be so pervasive in our culture that they lose their meaning But Cavanaugh earnestly emphasizes this type of encouragement in a way that resonated with me The end result is that I gained insight on how to be a stronger, clearer communicator And, actually, I grew to appreciate the New Age language when I realized how important the message of the book is


  9. Leana Delle Leana Delle says:

    I didn t like this book, at all I thought the advice in it was regurgitated content from every self help book on the shelf, and most of what the author had to say could have been said in half the number of pages if not less There was nothing unique in this for me A complete waste of time.


  10. Joan Joan says:

    I read this as part of a book club at work There are some interesting takeaways The emphasis on the importance of self care in the section Showing Up for You provided some interesting ideas and exercises to put the learning into practice.


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