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How CEOs Create Exceptional Cultures
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To me, The Great Engagement by Tom Willis and Brad Zimmerman is all about servant leadership in action. The leadership aspect of servant leadership is about aspiration: what is your vision for yourself and your people? Once that’s clear, you move to the servant aspect of servant leadership, which is about empowering your people: giving them the capacity to use their talents to make a difference. Reading this book will help you make a difference in the lives of the people you live with, work with, and care about!
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Coauthor of The New One Minute Manager® and Simple Truths of Leadership​​
Over 28 million books sold in 47 languages
Amazon's Hall of Fame – Top 25 best-selling authors

Many companies don’t reach their full potential.
Their teams are being held back and leaders can’t understand why.

That’s frustrating.

In the time of the Great Resignation, it’s more critical than ever that every team member is engaged in what they do. If they’re not, the consequences are serious; here are a few to consider:

  • Two-thirds of US workers feel disengaged; and of those, 74 percent are either actively looking for new work or are open to new opportunities. {Gallup}

  • Productivity and profitability fall. According to the American Psychological Association, the stress associated with not being fully engaged at work costs the US economy 550 million days off a year, at a cost of $500 billion.

  • And ultimately, the best people leave for reasons not fully understood.


In their book THE GREAT ENGAGEMENT, Tom Willis & Brad Zimmerman guide CEOs and leaders through the pragmatic process they have been using for over 30 years to transform organizations from good to great to exceptional.
Brad Zimmerman
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Brad & Tom help CEOs create cultures where teams can tap into what the Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw said: “This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one; the being a force of nature.”
Tom Willis, MBA
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