Read to Lead Podcast

380: Big Ideas for Fueling Irresistible Corporate Cultures with Jamey Lutz

For the second week in a row, the conversation centers on culture at work, and rightfully so. What with all that’s gone on around the world over the last 15 months, solid culture can be as hard to define as ever.

That’s why I’m excited to welcome Jamey Lutz to the show. Jamey is a noted author, speaker, and facilitator with expertise in the disciplines of organizational culture change, customer loyalty, and employee engagement.

He currently serves as Managing Director of Service Excellence with ChenMed, a healthcare company committed to transforming the care of senior citizens in the neediest populations. 

He previously worked in numerous leadership and performance excellence roles for the Orlando Magic, Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, HomeBanc Mortgage, Forrest Performance Group, and Atlanta Capital.

That’s a pretty impressive resume, don’t you think?

His new book is called Pathway to Purpose: Big Ideas for Fueling Irresistible Corporate Cultures.

I hope you’ll click the play button below to learn more about Jamey and his work. For a summary, just keep scrolling.

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In today’s episode, Jamey and I chat about:

* Why do so many people experience work in negative ways…* Jamey’s take on the effects of traditional recognition and motivation…* What it means to recruit exceptional talent with a relational approach…* And lots more!

Order Jamey’s New Book

You can order your copy of Pathway to Purpose: Big Ideas for Fueling Irresistible Corporate Cultures right now.

Consider Pre-Ordering My New Book Too!

Purchase a copy of my upcoming book Read to Lead: The Simple Habit That Expands Your Influence and Boosts Your Career before August 31, 2021, and you’ll receive $500 in pre-order bonuses!

Books Jamey Recommends

Mindset: The Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck

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