Caption: Rohit Bhargava
Rohit Bhargava 

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From: The Drucker Institute
Series: Drucker on the Dial
Length: 59:00

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Host Phalana Tiller talks with authors Rohit Bhargava and Peter Post about the role that manners and likeability play in the workplace. And Rick Wartzman delivers a piece about a performance studio created by the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir. Read the full description.

Rohitbhargava_small Host Phalana Tiller talks with Rohit Bhargava, a professor of global marketing at Georgetown University and the author of Likeonomics about the impact of likeability personal and organizational success. Tiller also chats with Peter Post, a director of the Emily Post Institute and the author of five etiquette books, including The Etiquette Advantage in Business.


The conversations explore the role that having good manners and being likeable play in any well-functioning organization.

And, Rick Wartzman delivers a piece about a performance studio created by the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir.

Finally, we introduce "Drucker on the Street," conversations with everyday people about the topics discussed on the the show.

"Drucker on the Dial" pieces are EVERGREEN and can STAND ALONE or as part of a SERIES.

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Piece Description

Host Phalana Tiller talks with Rohit Bhargava, a professor of global marketing at Georgetown University and the author of Likeonomics about the impact of likeability personal and organizational success. Tiller also chats with Peter Post, a director of the Emily Post Institute and the author of five etiquette books, including The Etiquette Advantage in Business.


The conversations explore the role that having good manners and being likeable play in any well-functioning organization.

And, Rick Wartzman delivers a piece about a performance studio created by the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir.

Finally, we introduce "Drucker on the Street," conversations with everyday people about the topics discussed on the the show.

"Drucker on the Dial" pieces are EVERGREEN and can STAND ALONE or as part of a SERIES.

Timing and Cues

All Things Considered Saturday & Sunday Format

:00-:59 Show Open and Host ID
6:00-18:00 Segment A
20:00-37:29 Segment A(cont'd) and Segment B
40:00-58:55 Segment C, Segment D Show Close

Additional Credits

Executive Producer Rick Wartzman, Sound Editor James Sadler

Related Website

http://thedx.druckerinstitute.com/