Dave Kerpen, author of Likeable Social Media, lays out 11 steps to becoming a more likeable business leader. His advice is pure, welcome common sense, and . Dave Kerpen’s follow-up to his bestselling “Likeable Social Media” gives business owners and marketers time-tested strategies for growing revenue ” Likeable. 1 quote from Likeable Business: Why Today’s Consumers Demand More and How Leaders Can Deliver: ‘The lesson here is clear: Stay true to yourself and you ‘l.
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Likeable Business is a great book to have on your bookshelf. Executed well, quick and genuine responses may turn an unpleasant situation into a winning outcome. Handwritten thank you notes and other surprise arrivals go a long way toward establishing a great culture. While I may budiness agree with all of the conclusions that Mr. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? I will reread this book.
Gifting of the Kindle edition at the Kindle MatchBook price is not available. I read this book as the monthly selection for the 12 Books book club group. No trivia busjness quizzes yet. Likeable businesses have strong team-oriented cultures. I won’t sum up the book here, but in liekable nutshell, if you want to be likeable – as a person, a brand, or a corporation – this book is full of illustrations of how to do just that.
They should even place their employees ahead of their customers. A small law firm can listen on Twitter for the term “need a lawyer. Start with a foundation of listening, storytelling, passion and team playing. Some of the examples are the standard ones we’ve all heard Zappos, Apple, Southwest Airlinesbut he also throws davr many examples from smaller companies, examples you wouldn’t have heard before.
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I felt like it was a lot busibess to relate to what the author was writing with examples and tips of how to actually implement much of this within an organization.
The blueprint for everlasting business likeability is ,ikeable your hands. The opportunities when running your business in a responsible manner allow great freedom within your organization and externally with the ever-growing conscious consumer world around us. Highly recommended for entrepreneurs — or intrapreneurs — seeking to make a difference in their businesses. I recommend reading this for everyone, regardless of being an entrepreneur or not! The hospital made a huge mistake in its poor treatment of you, but then they took steps to find out about their mistake.
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Ok, I finished this one some time ago, but work wouldn’t let me write a review and post it here. It overall has improved my understanding and ability to identify organizations and businesses I currently shop at, that at the moment, do not seem to care if they lose my business.
In his book, Likeable Business: He also presents a series of other books for the readers consideration in the appendix categorized by each of the eleven principles. Kerpen explains how to ensure that every aspect of a business communicates transparency, accountability, busuness, and authenticity–which customers find more likeable than traditional marketing campaigns.
It’s a surprisingly simple concept, and the concepts themselves are hardly revolutionary – the difference bisiness that Dave lives and breathes what he’s talking about, and he illustrates his point with countless case studies of businesses that are already being likeable. Great book on being a business that goes beyond the numbers, and becomes likeable. This book really different than first one Likeable Social Mediathis book give you insight on how business should be run.
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Likeable Social Media, Revised and Expanded: If you’re debating on spending the money on busimess book the reason why you are reading krrpen review, I imagineknow kerppen Likeable Business is a book you will want to come back to a few months after you read it. Kerpen draws from his examples and personal experiences, I do know he is extremely genuine.
We had decided that theKbuzz, our original name, was no longer fitting for a larger social media and word of mouth marketing firm. Why Today’s Consumers Demand More and How Leaders Can Deliverhe outlines 11 principles that will help businesses not only to stand out from their competition, but also create a culture that will foster positive relationships with customers and boost profits overall.
What are our conflicts? Kerpen explains how to ensure that every aspect of a business communicates tran Dave Kerpen’s follow-up to his bestselling “Likeable Social Media” gives business owners and marketers time-tested strategies for growing revenue “Likeable Business” lays out the eleven strategies small- and mid-sized companies can use to leverage likeability to increase profits and spur growth.
Ships from and sold by Amazon. If you want more general kinda tips not really about social mediathen this books is the one you need. He’s led an interesting life, kerpne – he appeared on Paradise Hotel, an American reality TV show, and he married his wife Carrie in a sponsored wedding at the Brooklyn Cyclones’ Keyspan Park during a baseball game.
In Likeable BusinessKerpen krpen a validated step-by-step path to likeability. Explore the Home Gift Guide. The book is full of wonderful examples of how each of these ideal business practices have been put into practice already.
After reading the first one, I can’t wait for his second book. Alemsah Ozturk rated it liked it Aug 02, There aren’t too many “revolutionary” ideas here, but the author is clear that there isn’t supposed to be.
I can’t remember gusiness I heard about this book, but it is definitely a winner. But what is the book all about?