As an executive coach and a business educator, I have spent years grappling with why this idea is so hard to instill in some people. To put it simply: how do you get people to care? In Build a Culture of Good, Scott and Ryan show how a philanthropic mission that is deeply connected to every facet of the organization is good for customers, employees, and the community. I find this approach compelling for many reasons—not least because it offers a new perspective on how to motivate and engage employees.
I LOVE THIS BOOK! If you want to do more good in the world, read this book. If you want your company to do more good in the world, READ THIS BOOK! The world needs us all to make the world a better place. This book will help us all do exactly that.
I’ve never seen two men who are more giving, selfless, and caring than Ryan McCarty and Scott Moorehead. The powerful duo has worked for years to make the Culture of Good something that others can identify and practice within their own companies. This book tells the story of not only a growing business but also the journey to build and foster a genuine culture of good in a workplace.
Build a Culture of Good is more than a book. It’s the story of how Scott Moorehead and Ryan McCarty set out to create a foundation where employees had permission to care about their customers, their communities, and each other. The lessons contained in the book will help any organization that cares about its people and its purpose to learn how to make a positive difference in the world. Compelling as well as entertaining, Build a Culture of Good is a book for anyone who dares to challenge the status quo as a means of ensuring a better tomorrow.
Build a Culture of Good is a book for our times. It provides proof and a reminder that income and impact need not be mutually exclusive. Highly recommended.
What Ryan and Scott have done for TCC through the Culture of Good is simply outstanding: they have unlocked one of the key tenets of employee loyalty, tapping their desire to help others and be of service. One of the qualities of being a Small Giant is giving back to the community, not just because it is the right thing to do but because it is also good for the business. Establishing a sustainable community program is no easy task, and Ryan and Scott have done just that with the Culture of Good. If you have the opportunity to learn how they do it, run; don’t walk. That’s why their book Build a Culture of Good is so incredible—it teaches you how you can create your own Cultures of Good within your companies.
Congratulations to TCC. They’ve been honored with Stevie Awards, and now they tell their inspiring story in this moving book.
The tools and insights Scott and Ryan share in their book are visionary. Just as with TCC, Riley Children’s Foundation is “For the Kids.” Not only does TCC raise the bar for corporate philanthropy but also it is an innovator in delivering the importance and value behind the commitment to making a difference to the members of the community, its customers, and its team members.
Build a Culture of Good points out an often-overlooked truth about employee engagement: it is less about what workers get and more about what they give. Scott’s and Ryan’s movement to make worthy causes integral to organizational culture is sure to inspire Millennials—and anyone else who wants work to be a source of meaning and purpose.
Scott’s and Ryan’s perspective on discovering, and connecting to, your passion has truly made a difference in how I approach my work. Their guidance on understanding your WHAT and your WHY has made me a more fulfilled, productive employee and a happier, more insightful person.
Build a Culture of Good hits all the right notes. It shares the lessons learned during their process to bring a culture of good into their workforce. It also inspires the reader to do the same.
All businesses need to “Build a Culture of Good.” In today’s turbulent world nothing matters more than embracing a culture of social conscience in your workplace and community. This book captures the story of a growing business that genuinely cares about the right things and enjoys success on all levels because of it. It is a moving read that will inspire change!
This book demonstrates how the drive of some can impact the change to many. The storytelling of their ups and downs brought realism to their journey and provides a beneficial checklist for anyone who is looking to drive a benevolent movement such as this in his or her community or workplace.
Build a Culture of Good is such a moving read. The premise was simple enough: find something that you, your organization, and your customers can support, and use it to transform your culture. But the impact of such a simple idea can be profound, transcending just the culture of an organization and creating a movement. Scott Moorehead and Ryan McCarty are open and honest about the ups and downs of their mission, providing a checklist for anyone wanting to create a “culture of good” within his or her own organization or community.
Build a Culture of Good shares valuable lessons learned from the process of bringing a culture of good into the workforce … and inspires readers to do the same
It’s so easy to get wrapped up in the day-to-day tactics of building a company and lose sight of what really matters: CULTURE. Through witty stories and years of research, Moorehead and McCarty unlock the secrets to what motivates employees and makes them want to do good, meaningful work.
Authenticity is a hallmark of a good brand, and the Culture of Good teaches corporations how to create genuine social initiatives and foster a sense of involvement throughout all levels of the organization.
There are books written about connecting with your “why.” But this book is about something bigger—“why not?” Why not go beyond corporate profits? Why not go beyond a single corporate cause? Why not get everyone involved in making a difference at a personal level? Read this book and you will rethink the purpose of an organization. Why not get it now?!
This book tells the compelling story of a growing business and the journey to create a culture of good at work, which spills over to enhance employees’ lives beyond work. If you have ever wanted to broaden the social conscience in your workplace and your community, Build a Culture of Good will be an invaluable resource.
Culture is a conversation, led by leaders, about “how we do things right.” Build a Culture of Good will show you how to begin, shape, and drive that conversation—and create a world-class organization
Does it matter to you if you leave the world better than you found it? Well, if not, then “Wake up and smell the Millennials!” And then help them do it by giving every Millennial you know a copy of Build a Culture of Good. Do that and they'll leave the world better than they found it and so will you. So just do it!
Build a Culture of Good is a perfect example of how a company uses compassionate capitalism to truly make an impact on its employees, customers, and bottom line. It’s a hugely inspirational read, and I found it authentic, heartfelt, entertaining … and really Good!