Emerge as a “DNA & Cultural Ambassador” with these 5 AHAs from Kimberly Wiefling

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This week’s five AHAs are from the AHAbook™ Inspired Organizational Cultures.Please share this URL “aha.pub/InspiredOrgCultures” in your social media status update to let your friends know about it.

The Kindle version of this book can be downloaded for FREE today, June 1st (Fri) until June 5th (Tue)! Get your FREE copy here: https://www.amazon.com/Inspired-Organizational-Cultures-Discover-Engage-ebook/dp/B079ZYY4BC.

This AHAbook is also available in a Japanese (Kanji) version. You may view it through this link: http://aha.pub/InspiredOrgCulturesJapan.

Inspired Organizational Cultures shares how inspired, and inspiring, organizations flourish. Its 140 bite-sized quotes take you on a journey to the roots of your history, define behaviors and practices that will engage your people, and reveal how to design a future together that fulfills your highest purpose.

This book is written by Kimberly Wiefling (@kwiefling), a physicist by education who helps turn managers into leaders and groups into teams. She is passionate about making a meaningful difference by working with organizations committed to solving the problems of Our World-profitably and thus sustainably.

Here are some of the AHAmessages™ below, and then read and share the entire book via AHAthat on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+:

  1. DNA isn’t just for humans. Organizations share a cultural genetic code that makes them unique and binds their people together. @kwiefling [click to tweet]
  2. To live and breathe your organization’s culture, understand the roots of its existence, its core purpose, its reason for being. @kwiefling [click to tweet]
  3. Create a living legacy that will be passed on to future generations by discovering, sharing, and preserving your people’s stories. @kwiefling [click to tweet]
  4. Don’t rely on rules and force to keep people aligned. Create a tangible organizational culture that evokes the desired behaviors. @kwiefling [click to tweet]
  5. When people share the same sense of identity, they remain strong and united. When the shared story falls apart, so does the team. @kwiefling [click to tweet]

This AHAbook is also available in a Japanese (Kanji) version. You may view it through this link: http://aha.pub/InspiredOrgCulturesJapan.

To see and learn how to automatically share AHAmessages from this book, you may check out this video: https://youtu.be/5-kl0dbZvTM. To learn how to automatically share via AHAblaster, please watch: https://youtu.be/ZMPVNcy68M8.

Inspired Organizational Cultures is available via AHAthat. You can see all 140 AHAs and share one or more of them socially athttp://aha.pub/InspiredOrgCultures. (Start sharing great quotes along with other amazing AHAleaders at a click of a button. AHAthat gives you access to great content for free within seconds!)

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