Hey Photogs! Do you have defining values? What are they? And how do they help you become a better person and photographer? For example, if we say 'United Airlines', you may have more negative thoughts than positive, and that's because they lack core values (or are inconsistent with them), which creates a toxic environment that causes dogs to die and people getting dragged off planes. Mike talks with Joe Tye about these values and how they can help you create a cultural blueprint, how to stop yourself from thinking negative thoughts, and how creating this environment can help your business.
More About our Guest Speaker:
Joe Tye is CEO and Head Coach of Values Coach, which provides consulting, training and coaching on values-based leadership and cultural transformation. Joe earned a master’s degree in hospital administration from the University of Iowa and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is the author or co-author of fifteen books including his newest release Building a Culture of Ownership in Healthcare (with Bob Dent). His book The Florence Prescription: from Accountability to Ownership has more than 500,000 copies in print. Prior to founding Values Coach in 1994, he was chief operating officer for a large community teaching hospital. On the volunteer front, Joe was founding president of the Association of Air Medical Services and a leading activist fighting against unethical marketing practices of the tobacco industry’s white collar drug pushers. Joe and his wife Sally have two adult children and they live on a small farmstead in Iowa. You can email him at email@example.com.
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