Compliance Book Club: Fireside Chat with Denise Lee Yohn, Author of Fusion

In this episode of Compliance Book Club,  we discuss Fusion: How Integrating Brand and Culture Powers the World’s Greatest Companiesby Denise Lee Yohn in fireside chat and Q&A with the author.   

“Leaders everywhere are trying to build great brands, but few realize how powerfully brands are shaped by the cultures of their organizations. This compelling book shows how to connect the image you present to the outside world with the values and norms that operate inside your world of work.” 

Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of “Give And Take” and “Option B” with Sheryl Sandberg 

About the book

A culture crisis threatens to disrupt Corporate America today as much as the financial crisis did a decade ago. Whether it’s claims of sexual harassment, lack of diversity and equality or the nearly 70% of American workers who are not engaged at work, business leaders must devote more attention to their workplace cultures now than ever before. The problem is that most leaders don’t know how to build a healthy, effective, and valuable culture. In Fusion: How Integrating Brand and Culture Powers the World's Greatest Companies (Nicholas Brealey; March 13, 2018), Denise Lee Yohn cracks the code on culture-building.  

The Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® has approved this event for up to 1.2 CCB CEUs. A non-live certificate will be sent in a follow-up email.

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