Think of some of the most famous CEO’s of our time: Jack Welch, Richard Branson, Lee Iacocca, Tony Hsieh…
We’re not just talking “successful” as in, they made lots of money. We’re talking household names. Demigods. The kind other CEOs envy, the kind the top magazines write about.
What do they all have in common?
Short answer: They all “get” culture.
They all “get” that the secret of their success is the social glue holding the company together, that it is a sum much greater than its individual parts.
They all “get” that the culture is bigger than they are, and that that they work for it, not the other way around.
They all “get” that culture is what separates the A-list CEO from the D-List CEO.
If you’re one of these CEOs who “get” it as well, Gapingvoid hopes to meet you one day. We have lots to talk about. Cheers.
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