Live Show Date:Thursday, August 23rd, 2012 10AM PST





















Dov Baron

What is Corporate Culture, and why should you care?

Whether you are a CEO, entrepreneur or solo-preneur you should know that your company no matter how big, or small better have a rock solid Corporate Culture.

In this show Dõv Baron; The world’s Only Corporate Cultural Momentum Strategist will show you why your culture better be developing leadership as part of its DNA. 

If you have been in a corporation you probably know, most companies corporate culture is little more than rhetoric.  During this show Dõv will take you on a journey into the often illusionary world of corporate culture and share with you how to know the difference between rhetoric and actuality when it comes to culture.

We’ll take a direct look at what happens to a company that has NOT designed, built and nurtured their Corporate Culture versus one that has.

You’ll discover what the actual measure of your corporate culture is, versus what you think it is.

Here’s a clue: it’s not the dress code, or even the code of conduct!

He’ll walk you through how to take a microscope to your own culture and see if it can stand the test of time. Because, believe it or not, you do NOT control your corporate culture. We’ll show you who does, and what you can do to make it your own.

Dõv will also share with you a profound understanding of how having a corporate culture built on leadership can take your growth and profitability up by as much as 500% while giving you more time off, and have your team love you for doing it!

If you are serious about both leadership and the growth of your business…You Are Going To Love This Episode of Dõv Baron’s Accidental Guru Leadership Show.

Make sure you share this with your friends and tune in on Thursday August 23 @10:AM (pac) 1:PM (EST)

To find out more about bringing Dov Baron in to work with your team: http://DovBaron.com

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