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  • Jason JenningsBest Selling Author

  • The Research and Books

  • The worlds fastest companies

    Speed of new products and services to market Number of new products and services to market Success rate of the products and servicesFinancial health of the enterprise

  • The worlds most productive companies Revenues per employee (FTE) per yearOperating income per employee per yearCash flow per employee per yearROIC and ROS per employee per year

  • The worlds best performing companies Studied 22,000 publicly traded companiesStudied the nations 50,000 largest firmsFound only 120 whod grown revenues 10% more every year for ten years Identified fewer than 20 whod also grown profits by 10% or more every year for 10 years

  • What I was told by your leadership -Implications of Reputation

    How Intangibles Can Drive Performance and Build Strategic Advantage

  • What I was told by you -Speed has changed everything. How can we act faster?What are the CEOs of the companies youve written about really like?What are the traits of the leadership teams?Is there a single kind of CEO that is the best?

  • What I was told by you -Cultures are crucial. What are the cultures of the companies you write about?Whats the role of relationships in todays business world?As communication professionals we get no recognition by top management. I feel like Im used to hype the stock price up. How does one create a great reputation?

  • The Implications of ReputationReputation is a candle, of wavering and uncertain flame, and easily blown out, but it is the light by which the world looks for and finds merit.James Russell Lowell

  • The nations best performing companies

  • The nations best performing companies

  • The nations best performing companies

  • The nations best performing companies

  • The nations best performing companies

  • 5 Secrets of the best performing companies in the US that lead to unparalleled economic performance and reputation

  • Secret 1The CEOs and leadership teams of the worlds best performing companies arent traditional leaders. They are Stewards

  • Stewardship is service over self-interest. Its abandoning power and dominion over others and working to preserve natural and human resources. Its nurturing, mentoring and selflessness.

  • The Traits of StewardsShare not hoard information Truth HappensAre accessible Have a work ethicAuthentic Remove superficial distinctionsAre coaches and mentors Feel called to servePossess a long term view

  • When companies are led by authentic stewards

    Great reputations happen!

  • Secret 2 The CEOs and leadership teams of the worlds best performing companies have aCause

  • Causes are not Mission Statements

  • Causes are not Vision Statements

  • Causes are Big and BoldThe leaders view of the way the world ought to beInclusiveFixes something thats wrong Not a goalGives meaning to peoples lifes

  • A Cause Provides purposeProvides passion Gives a sense of self esteem Builds culturesProvides the ultimate competitive advantage

  • When companies have a noble cause

    Great reputations happen!

  • Secret 3The CEOs and leadership teams of the worlds best performing companies haveMastered the art of letting go

  • When leaders master the art of letting go

    Theyre able to deal with change

    Theyre more focused than everyone else

  • When companies master the art of letting go of the bad and focusing on the good

    Great reputations happen!

  • Secret 4The CEOs and leadership teams of the worlds best performing companies haveFigured out that satisfying clients isnt enough

  • The New Rule of Customer Service Completely satisfy the right customer

  • Complete satisfaction is the key to generating intense customer loyalty and superior long term financial performance Earl Sasser,Harvard Business School

  • 67% of customers who leave you are satisfied

  • When companies truly exist to exceed the expectations of their customers

    Great reputations happen!

  • Secret 5The CEOs and leadership teams of the worlds best performing companies getEveryone to think and act like owners

  • Ownership goes beyond owning stock Everyone who works for you knows that creating value countsDecision rights go to the right peoplePeople are compensated solely on the value they create Constantly evangelizing about the creation of lasting value

  • When everyone within an organization thinks and acts like an owner responsible for creating true value

    Great Reputations Happen!

  • The implications of reputation - The right people want to work thereThe right customers want to do businessThe right vendors and suppliers want to be in partnershipThe right investors want to be owners

  • Thank You