Chief Culture Officer

Dan Behm
Culture in the corporate setting is often difficult to describe, let alone define or defend. Leaders who puzzle over corporate culture often find it easier to leave it to HR representatives to define, and to middle managers to defend, while they focus on more “important” matters—such as the board, the shareholders, or the bottom line.

In Chief Culture Officer, former OST CEO Dan Behm gives readers insights into how he and his team created an explosively satisfying corporate culture—one in which employees found themselves motivated and delighted as their leadership elevated individuals over more traditional corporate concerns. Dan himself took the reigns to lead with proactive humility, open communication, and a relentless pursuit of employee feedback. Dan writes, “It sounds more like a family than a company, and that’s no accident.”

Paperback: 208 pages
Credo House Publishers