Taking People with You: The Only Way to Make Big Things Happen

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Portfolio/Penguin, Jan 1, 2012 - Employee motivation - 237 pages
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You'll never accomplish anything big if you try to do it alone. We all need people to help us along the way. If you want to start a business, launch a product, move your company in a new direction, or raise money for a good cause, you need help from your team. Very few people get as much help from their team as David Novak. As the CEO of the world's largest restaurant company, with a staggering 1.4 million employees, he has spent the last ten years developing a program for creating effective leaders at every level. In Taking People With You, he shows exactly how to keep your teams motivated and on track: never stop learning, always celebrate achievement and never tolerate poor performance.

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Review: Taking People With You: The Only Way to Make BIG Things Happen

User Review  - Tony Pitttarese - Goodreads

Great ideas on the value of building effective work teams and using them to drive organizational change. The power of productive disagreement as a part of effective leadership is highlighted. Read full review

Review: Taking People With You: The Only Way to Make BIG Things Happen

User Review  - Goodreads

Great ideas on the value of building effective work teams and using them to drive organizational change. The power of productive disagreement as a part of effective leadership is highlighted. Read full review

About the author (2012)

David Novak is Chairman and CEO of the world's largest restaurant group Yum! Brands, which operates in 112 countries and employs 1.4 million people across Pizza Hut, KFC, Taco Bell and Long John Silver's. Prior to leading Yum!, Novak was president of both KFC and Pizza Hut; he also held senior positions at Pepsi-Cola. He is the recipient of the 2008 Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship.He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

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