Praise for All Hands on Deck:
"Once again Joe Tye hits a home run!"
Matthew Kelly - New York Times Bestselling author of The Dream Manager and The Rhythm of Life
“Joe Tye delivers a little package of dynamite here. I had never really thought about corporate culture as being the primary determinant for an organization’s long-term success. But Joe’s crisp, authoritative fable made me a believer fast… A terrific read, very thought-provoking.”
Steven Pressfield, author of The Legend of Bagger Vance, Gates of Fire, and The War of Art
"Joe Tye has hoisted the sails high with this captivating book. The necessity for, and returns of, building a culture of ownership are a relatively common business mantra; Joe makes a Culture of Ownership a
reality, rather than just a slogan."
Kevin A. Sheridan, CEO, HR Solutions, Inc.
"After I read the first few pages I was hooked. If you want to build a great culture and a winning team, read this book and let Joe Tye show you how to get all hands on deck!"
Jon Gordon, Author of The Energy Bus and Soup
"In All Hands on Deck, Joe Tye takes us on an Alice in Wonderland journey to observe some of history's most successful leaders in action. With this dramatic technique, Tye reveals again the too-often-forgotten principles of leadership, how they are made real in the workplace, and the results they produce. This is a teaching tale that also entertains. I highly recommend this book to those who want to be leaders and to leaders who want a refresher course."
James A. Autry, author, The Servant Leader
"Over the past ten years, Joe has given presentations for our 3,400 associates and thousands of our independent insurance agents across the country. His message of building a culture of ownership on a foundation of values is more important today than ever before. Whether you are a Fortune 500 Company or an independent insurance agency, a large hospital or a community clinic, a big university or a local nonprofit agency, you must learn and apply these eight essential lessons if you want to build an organization that endures and creates a legacy that lasts."
From the book's foreward by Roger Looyenga chairman and CEO(retired) of Auto-Owners Insurance, a Fortune 500 company