Carrot Culture

Carrot Culture

  • Community Engagement
  • Productivity Motivators
  • Authors of "The Carrot Principle"
Biography

Based on the New York Times bestseller, "The 24-Carrot Manager", The Carrot Keynote gets your leaders excited about recognizing their people as it teaches them what recognition can do for your employees and your organization.

This keynote presentation highlights proven ideas, cites powerful case studies and includes humorous examples that illustrate how recognition can engage people and ... VIEW MORE

Speaker Media

Workplace Issues
The Principles of Recognition
Orangification
Speech Topics
  • The Carrot Principle: Engaging Employees Through Recognition

    A New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller, The Carrot Principle has become the preeminent source on ... View More

  • The Invisible Employee: Unleashing Hidden Potential

    There is a crisis in business today—the potential of your employees and new hires is being trapped, squashed or just ... View More

  • The Levity Effect: Creating a Great Workplace

    If you think work is no laughing matter, the joke’s on you. The Levity Effect uses serious science to reveal the remarkable ... View More

  • The Integrity Advantage: Building Trust and Enhancing Performance

    In a thought-provoking address, bestselling author Adrian Gostick shows why effective leadership is first and foremost a ... View More

Text Reviews
  • The undisputed thought leader in employee motivation.
  • John Mullen, Global CEO - DHL Express
  • Outstanding, excellent, fantastic!
  • Whirlpool
  • Hands down the best presentation we have ever seen.
  • Securitas

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Carrot Culture travels from Salt Lake City, Utah and requires host to pay for hotel (all other charges are included).

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