This week, we are excited to launch yet another book by bestselling leadership expert Mark Miller, which offers a proven, research-based method for creating workplaces where everyone performs at the highest level. Because great ideas don’t matter if you can’t execute!
Win Every Day
All high performance organizations have one thing in common: execution. The men and women who work there sustain performance at seemingly otherworldly levels of precision, accuracy, and consistency. In the fifth and final book of Mark Miller’s High Performance series, he uses his trademark business fable format to show how any organization can cultivate the kind of everyday habits that yield extraordinary results.
Miller tells the story of Blake Brown, a CEO who learns how to help his team to consistently excel at execution from a perhaps unlikely source: his son’s high school football coach. The story is fictional, but the principles and practices are very real, derived from years of research led by a team from Stanford University. Miller and his team interviewed leaders and employees from numerous world-class organizations, including the Navy SEALS, Starbucks, Apple, Southwest Airlines, the Seattle Seahawks, Mayo Clinic, Cirque du Soleil, and more. The lessons learned were then field-tested with over seventy businesses employing over 7,000 people. Miller gives you proven tools to release the untapped potential in your people, create a strong competitive advantage, and win not just on game day but every day.
Meet the Author
Mark Miller began writing over decade ago when he teamed up with Ken Blanchard on The Secret: What Great Leaders Know and Do. He has since released nine more books, including his latest five-volume High Performance series. In addition to writing, he really loves speaking to leaders. Over the years, he’s traveled extensively around the world teaching for numerous international organizations. His theme is always the same: encouraging and equipping leaders.
He also sells chicken. Mark started his Chick-fil-A career working as an hourly team member back in 1977. In 1978, he joined the corporate staff working in the warehouse and mail room. Since then, he’s provided leadership for Corporate Communications, Field Operations, Quality and Customer Satisfaction, Training and Development, and Organizational Effectiveness. Today he serves as the Vice President of High Performance Leadership. During his time with Chick-fil-A, annual sales have grown to over $5 billion, and the company now has more than 1,700 restaurants in 39 states and the District of Columbia.
Praise from Readers Like You
“Mark Miller’s latest contribution to his High Performance Series is another win (pun intended) for business leaders who want to make an impact. If your organization’s execution is faltering, ‘Win Every Day’ lays out the game plan for change… Instead of taking an expert point of view and sharing a “how-to,” Miller narrates a story from which we learn the concepts, mindsets, and processes to enable exceptional execution as these unfold in the characters’ experiences.” —LEADistics, 5-star Amazon review
“In our crazy complex and changing world, there is little we can control . . . but we do make choices every day. This book is an easy-to-read, helpful reminder of basic principles that make a difference to those we lead and in our results. When we are passionate about what we do, our results matter.“ —Terry Morgan, 5-star Amazon review
“I teach a graduate course in servant leadership and this book will be added to the reading list as I find the principle applicable to any setting. I currently have a number of coaches in my class and I know they will resonate with the setting of this book. But the church leaders I work with will also find useful help, with practical steps to being a winner as a leader.” — DocMyron, 5-star Amazon review
“Years ago Derek Sivers talked about execution being the multiplier. This book shows you how to take ideas and turn them into results. It’s not just the author’s opinion. It’s based on research and told with stories. This makes the examples memorable and actionable. My favorite book of Mark Miller’s series.” — Tom Schwab, 5-star Amazon review