From Hierarchy to High Performance: Unleashing the Hidden Superpowers of Ordinary People to Realize Extraordinary Results

The new book written by leading business professionals from the Great Work Cultures consortium titled From Hierarchy to High Performance: Unleashing the Hidden Superpowers of Ordinary People to Realize Extraordinary Results, is available for purchase on Amazon in Kindle and paperback formats.

Great Work Cultures (GWC) is a group of business experts who are committed to helping companies of all sizes realize and unleash the power within their organizations. GWC prioritizes collaboration over control, human experience over bureaucratic rules and networks over hierarchies. Their knowledge and expertise in management, organization and more have fueled their philosophies and solutions for a more productive and healthy workforce.

From Hierarchy to High Performance shares the secrets for companies that want to restore people to their rightful place as leaders who are poised and eager to make a difference at work and in the world. The book focuses on how forward-thinking leaders are developing new, successful models of self-management, and attracting the energies and visions of a young, modern workforce who rightfully demand autonomy and flexibility.

Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of GIVE AND TAKE, ORIGINALS, and OPTION B (with Sheryl Sandberg) praises From Hierarchy to High Performance saying: “Managing culture might be the hardest part of a manager’s job. In this actionable book, seven leaders share their lessons of experience about creating workplaces where people are empowered to excel, find meaning, build trust, and drive change without sacrificing their well-being along the way.”

In this book, seven experts share their solutions and insight into better work environments. Chapters include:  “The Momentum of Change” by Bill Sanders; “How Companies are Creating Costs by Ignoring Workplace Health” by Dawna Jones; “From Profit to Purpose: How Purpose-Driven Leadership Drives Companies to Thrive (and Still Make Money)” by Ozlem Brooke Erol; “The Trouble with Scale: How to Keep Company Culture from Going Wrong in Times of Growth,” by Josh Levine; “Creating a Culture of Trust in the Workplace” by Sue Bingham; “The Age of the Self-Managed Organization,” by Doug Kirkpatrick and “Beyond Emotional Intelligence to Whole Body Wisdom” by Anna McGrath.

From emotional intelligence to profit, From Hierarchy to High Performance shares stories of success and examples of how to implement and embrace positive change throughout your organization, and achieve higher levels of productivity, profit and engagement among employees. This book offers a change in the way the workplace is viewed to help a business achieve new levels of success even in uncertain times.

The authors of From Hierarchy to High Performance are optimistic about transforming workplace cultures and have this to say, “Through this book, we hope to activate and instigate interest in leading the transformation to collaborative, networked organizations where human experience is valued over bureaucratic rules.”

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