What is Richard Branson's leadership style

The Virgin Way

More than 50,000 enthusiastic employees, but how does the Branson do it?
If a good cook wants to become even better, he learns from someone who is already cooking better. If a long jumper wants to jump further, he learns what it takes ... from a better long jumper. And if an entrepreneurial person wants to become an excellent entrepreneur, does he go to university? (O.K., a stair joke). Joking aside, entrepreneurs naturally only learn from successful entrepreneurs, at least when it comes to business!
But that would bring us closer to the problem than to the solution. Because the best of the best hardly have time for these tasks. Or is it? How do you see it Do you personally know a multi-entrepreneur who already has several hundred ... more

More than 50,000 enthusiastic employees, but how does the Branson do it?
If a good cook wants to become even better, he learns from someone who is already cooking better. If a long jumper wants to jump further, he learns what it takes ... from a better long jumper. And if an entrepreneurial person wants to become a great entrepreneur, does he go to university? (O.K., a stair joke). Joking aside, entrepreneurs naturally only learn from successful entrepreneurs, at least when it comes to business!
But that would bring us closer to the problem than to the solution. Because the best of the best hardly have time for these tasks. Or is it? How do you see it Do you personally know a multi-entrepreneur who has already founded several hundred companies and currently has more than 50,000 people both working and helping to shape it. Yes? Great, then keep the connection. You could really learn a lot from him or her! What now? You don't know someone like that yet and just ask your neighbor or your brother-in-law if necessary? Are you sure?
What a lucky coincidence that one of the most successful multi-entrepreneurs of our day picks up his iPad and writes down his thoughts and experiences for the fan base. If Richard Branson writes in the introduction that he has never read a book about leadership and is not sure whether he can write such a special book at all, then we just leave this understatement. Of course, he knows best himself that he has done a lot right. In sum, getting at least 51% right is a secret of most of the successes - for Branson it is, and always has been, far too little. As a customer, he wants 100% of the possible service and the unexpected at all times - this is the minimum requirement for his companies! How is that possible again and again and how is it ensured that the employees keep up? Richard Branson tells us in his bestseller: The Virgin Way.
Branson is a passionate do-gooder, some say he is a dreamer. His controllers sometimes consider him dangerous. But more importantly, his employees like the way they are treated and how they are allowed to do their jobs. This resulted in a very unusual corporate culture for employees and customers, who all love this culture! More of that in the book.
But be careful, this book is not just casual reading, it is pure stimulation for inner dialogue. I think it's simply impossible to want to read Branson's thoughts, explanations and stories without constantly comparing them to the current situation in your own company.
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