How Recognition Drives Team Success with David Novak


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Join us as our host, George Kamel, talks to David Novak. David is a co-founder and former chairman and CEO of Yum Brands Inc., a Fortune 500 company that owns KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell. David talks about his passion for purposeful team recognition and why it is a must-have leadership skill if you want to see results in your business. We also talk about Crystal Pepsi and Cool Ranch Doritos—and that alone is worth the listen! Later in the episode, George chats with Jason Williams, the vice president of EntreLeadership. Jason shares how you can create a culture of recognition and gives some simple ways to encourage your team to recognize each other.

You’ll learn:

• The story behind Crystal Pepsi and Cool Ranch Doritos

• The real reason people leave companies

• The must-have leadership skills that drive results

• How to fuel your team’s success

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Links mentioned in this episode:

The EntreLeadership Podcast:

• David Novak’s website:

How Leaders Lead with David Novak:

Take Charge of You by David Novak and Jason Goldsmith:

O Great One! by David Novak and Christa Bourg:

• Our recent episode with Marcus Buckingham:

• Download 43 Easy Ways to Recognize Your Team:

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