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Lead with Luv: A Different Way to Create Real Success By Kenneth H. Blanchard Colleen Barrett,

  • Title: Lead with Luv: A Different Way to Create Real Success
  • Author: Kenneth H. Blanchard Colleen Barrett
  • ISBN: 9780137039746
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Once, there was a remarkable person who led with love Her company succeeded where its competitors struggled Its customers were loyal, its employees loved to work there, and it was profitable year after year, for decades This loving leader began her career as an executive secretary, yet the company s founder chose her to succeed him as president When asked why, he said,Once, there was a remarkable person who led with love Her company succeeded where its competitors struggled Its customers were loyal, its employees loved to work there, and it was profitable year after year, for decades This loving leader began her career as an executive secretary, yet the company s founder chose her to succeed him as president When asked why, he said, Because she knows how to love people to success She is Colleen Barrett, President Emeritus of Southwest Airlines Lead with LUV is an extraordinary, wide ranging conversation between Barrett and the legendary Ken Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager Drawing on personal experience, Barrett and Blanchard reveal why leading with love is the most powerful way to lead and how it can help you achieve truly amazing levels of performance Discover What love really means in the organizational context Why leading with love is not soft management How to use redirection and tough love to handle inappropriate behavior or performance.Why servant leadership is love in action, and how to make it work.How to build the compelling vision and culture that sustains leadership with love.
    Lead with Luv A Different Way to Create Real Success Once there was a remarkable person who led with love Her company succeeded where its competitors struggled Its customers were loyal its employees loved to work there and it was profitable year afte

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    1. As always I loved the content of Blanchard s book The focus of this book was Accentuate the postivie and celebrate People s successes I agree with this so much Even when things go wrong they are learning oportunities Wait and see what people do as follow up and praise efforts This is how I lead I also encourage my team to become leaders and we share the decisions the hardships and the successes When something good happens to one of us it really happens for all I have a wonderful team that I am p [...]

    2. We should lead with LuvThis book was great I love how the top leaders of a major company looks to serve others, not only to serve but to love while they serve Totally worth reading.

    3. Great book with an inside look at what makes Southwest one of the best in customer service and how they treat their employees Good for anyone in the business world or not on just how to live life and love others.

    4. Can I tell you a secret I love to read books on leadership and business I find out what makes companies tick, and it s fascinating.This book is one of the best I ve ever read, and I think that all Leaders in business should read it According to authors Ken Blanchard and Colleen Barrett, that means everyone everyone is a Leader in some way Lead with Luv is the story of Southwest Airlines unusual business philosophy They believe that their employees come first followed by customers , because emplo [...]

    5. Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The 1 Minute Manager, teams up with Colleen Barrett, President Emeritus of Southwest Airlines, to explore the management philosophies that have been the foundation of Southwest s success from their beginnings.Presented in a dialogue format, the coauthors, discuss the merits of the Servant Leader vs the Self serving Leader The concept actually turns out to be quite the opposite mentality of what the assumed normal business mentality is The key to success in business, it [...]

    6. Quick read about servant leadership and how it is put in action at Southwest Airlines A lot of it I had read heard before, but a couple of points really stuck out engaging your employees and not just management in helping to solve problems, and flipping the hierarchy of who to please first to have employees first Please employees first, then customers, then stakeholders investors The philosophy is that if you take care of your people, they will do the right things to please the customers, who wi [...]

    7. Leadership expert Ken Blanchard interviews now Southwest Airlines President emeritus Colleen Barrett about the airlines culture and values Probably the most successful airline in history, Barrett describes, though mostly storytelling, why this has been the case which has been the result, in my view of one unwavering value they have over their competition and most other non airline companies servant leadership Very fast read

    8. Ken Blanchard continues to deliver down to earth advice to every manager business owner everywhere In this book we learn the philosophy and atmosphere of Southwest Airlines and its incredible journey from small local carrier to national airline superstar I have no doubt that their success comes from the enthusiasm and love the leadership shows for it s people I recommend this for anyone dealing with employees or running a company.

    9. Simple to follow and understand, good book to read on a daily basis on how to improve the company One important thing I learn is, if we want to achieve excellent customer service is that, not only do we have an excellent service outside, there has to be a need to also serve an excellent customer service in side the company Then the company can really grow Even that means, when the customer is in the wrong, there are times there s a need to defend the company staff.

    10. This is a book all business owners should read As businesses are failing because of attitude and lack of service, businesses like Southwest Airlines are succeeding because they realize treating the employees well means the customers are treated well Of course I also believe in the power that love provides in work and in life, so this adds to that.

    11. This book reads like a recording of a conversation between Blanchard and Colleen Barrett The principles in this book can be found in other Blanchard books but I enjoyed reading and hearing these stories about Southwest again Southwest is doing things better than most other companies There s much we can all learn from how Southwest operates.

    12. This book should be read by anyone in a supervisory capacity Most CEOs could learn something from these two highly respected leaders in their respective fields I thought that the way the information was presented was neat too I enjoyed the conversation format that was used Are you a supervisor or higher in you company If so, READ IT

    13. Got this as a kindle daily deal It s a short read about an interview with Southwest Airlines exec Colleen Barrett I found her career interesting, and the leadership advice was great Near the end of the book it got a little religiously, which I don t appreciate in business books.

    14. I am a Ken Blanchard fan so after hearing about this book numerous times I finally decided to read it The book contains lots of insightful ideas on how to make any organization a GREAT organization.

    15. Such a great book on servant leadership with so many practical examples from a leader of a company who truly gets it There are a ton of bite sized takeaways I will be mulling over in the weeks to come.

    16. Written with Colleen Barrett, the President Emeritus of Southwest Airlines What makes SW successful focusing on Safety, Employee, Customer and then Stockholder Nice follow up to his other books on Situational Leadership

    17. I ve always loved flying Southwest Airlines but after reading this I can t help but sayI love it even than ever now I am at awe right now how this book has impacted me.

    18. It was ok The interview dialogue was tedious and annoying I liked the general concept behind it but just wasn t crazy about the writing style.

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