Welcome to the books section of BuildYourCulture.com!  In this area, we have a collection of books that you may find useful when it comes to creating a new organizational culture, or upgrading an existing culture.  You will find in depth articles related to some of these books. In the future, we aim to provide thorough reviews of many of the books on this list.  If there are any questions, feel free to contact us here. Thanks for visiting!

Bear Bryant on Leadership

Bear Bryant on Leadership

Daly Wisdom, by Chuck Daly

Daly Wisdom, by Chuck Daly

Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win

Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win

Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting for
Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting for
Principles, by Ray Dalio

Principles, by James Kerr

Principles, by Ray Dalio

The Advantage, Lencioni
I took my time with this book and read it thoroughly.  There are great insights and very practical topics that can help any business.  The book shares many of the experiences of Patrick Lencioni.
The John Deere Way
The John Deere Way
The Solutions Oriented Leader
The Solutions Oriented Leader
The Three Laws of Performance
Are you interested in changing the future of your organization, company, or your own life?  This book will enable you to re-write your default future by giving you a new set of tools to work with.  It is a fascinating read, full of stories, examples, and real world tools to start the conversation about your future.
Tribal Leadership
This is an excellent introduction to the world of Tribal Leadership and the team at CultureSync.net.  If you are interested in learning group dynamics, changing yourself, and learning how you can change the world... this is a great place to start.

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