New Book: Flip the Pyramid
Our longtime client and friend, Greg Slamowitz, Cofounder and Co-CEO of Ambrose Employer Group has just published a new book called Flip the Pyramid. Ambrose is a Professional Employer Organization that provides outsourced human resource services, and has been named for the second year in a row as one of the 50 Best Companies to Work For in New York State. Quite an honor. I'm really looking forward to reading Greg's thoughts on what it takes to "create a workforce that is engaged, aligned, empowered and on fire".
Here's a little more info in case you're also interested:
Micromanagement is a killer. Surveys indicate that 79% of workers believe that they have been micromanaged, with 71% reporting that it has interfered with their ability to perform their job. The impact: micromanagement keeps most organizations from attaining optimal success, or sometimes from achieving any success at all. Fortunately, you have the solution. FLIP THE PYRAMID, by Greg Slamowitz - shows you how to supercharge the efficiency of your organization, creating a powerful tribal culture that not only engages, aligns and empowers the talents of every last employee, but ultimately transcends the company itself to fully engage your customers. Flip the Pyramid turns the traditional org chart on its head, showing how to fully engage the innovation and power in each individual to take your company to the top.
Check out the book endorsements:
“Flip the Pyramid zooms in on the core tasks for any organization that wants to endure: To identify the core values that guide decision-making, and to develop the discipline and teamwork necessary to live out those values hour by hour, day to day, and year by year. The principles behind this book set a high standard. The advice and examples in it tell you how to reach that standard.”
– Daniel Pink, author of DRIVE and TO SELL IS HUMAN
“This is a practical how-to book on getting the best from your team written by someone who has been there and done it.”
– Verne Harnish, author of MASTERING THE ROCKEFELLER HABITS and THE GREATEST BUSINESS DECISIONS OF ALL TIMES, CEO of Gazelles