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Jon Gordon is the author of 23 books including 10 best sellers. His books include the timeless classic The Energy Bus which has sold over 2 million copies, The Carpenter which was a top 5 business book of the year, Training Camp, The Power of Positive Leadership, The Power of a Positive Team, The Coffee Bean, Stay Positive, and The Garden.

  • How to be a great teammate:
    • Put the team first
    • “We not me”
    • Superstars make the people around them better
  • Get tactical (be a great teammate):
    • Look for opportunities for the betterment of the team
    • Work hard, build a foundation of trust, communicate well, connect with each team member, CARE about them
    • Encourage means to “put courage into them.”
  • “Leadership is a transfer of belief.”
  • Use ‘positive discontent.” “Love tough instead of tough love.”
    • “Trust is the currency of leadership.”
  • Change Management (learned from Dabo Sweeney)
    • Know what the culture stands for
    • Know what you value
    • Set standards (non-negotiables)
    • Create your vision and purpose — WHY are you doing it?
    • Get buy-in
    • Optimism and belief are vital
    • Must develop relationships
      • “People follow the leader first and the vision second.”
  • Ask: “Are they connected and committed?”
    • A great leader wants their team members to get promoted
  • Culture is not static. It’s dynamic. It must be built every day. “It’s not one thing. It’s everything.”
  • Jon wrote The Energy Bus in three weeks. And it changed the trajectory of his life.
  • Don’t be carrots or eggs… Be coffee beans. Be able to “transform the environment.”
  • 10 Life Rules of Row The Boat:
    • #2: Trained behavior creates boring habits, boring habits create elite instincts.
    • #3 You win with people, not just players— people who make their life about others.
    • #5 The hardest part about being the standard is that you are the standard all the time.

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