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026 - SuperMind - The Neuroscience of Creativity
The Science of 'Aha!' Moments. We talk about what Neuroscience tells us about creative thinking and give some tips on how you can unlock your unconscious mind to solve complex problems. Topics: Creativity, Problem Solving, SuperMind, Brainwaves, Subconscious Find the show notes from this episode here: Do you have a question you want us to cover on the Culture Bites podcast? Email email@example.com
025 - Breaking Down Silos
Departments don't work together effectively - they chase their own goals and their own objectives at the cost of the overall organisation’s success. Silos are one of the most common complaints we hear from a company. In this episode we talk about how they form and what you can do about them. Corrine shares how Yarra Valley Water brought teams together, Dominic recalls how he moved between two siloed teams and realised how they both blamed each other for everything that went wrong. Key...
024 - Aggressive LSI Action Tips
We share some tips for actions you can use with people high in Aggressive/Defensive (red) styles. Liana reflects on the realisation she had 45KM into the bike stage of an Ironman and Dominic reveals how he used to run around the park and race people… who didn’t even know they were competing. For notes from this show, visit: https://www.human-synergistics.com.au/resources/content/2018/10/03/culture-bites---024-aggressive-lsi-action-tips Got a question for us? Email...
023 - Passive LSI Action Tips
We talk about what actions you can take when coaching someone with a Passive mindset
022 - Dear C.B., My Manager is Cold
A listener writes in about a manager who has become icy and distant. This episode is hosted by Liana Sangster and Dominic Gourley. Got a question for us? Email firstname.lastname@example.org For notes from this show, visit: https://www.human-synergistics.com.au/resources/content/2018/09/18/culture-bites---022-dear-c.b.-my-manager-is-cold
021 - Recruiting Using The Circumplex
We talk about how you can use your understanding of behavioural styles to hire constructive candidates. This episode is hosted by Liana Sangster and Dominic Gourley Read the notes from this show: Have a question you want us to answer? Email email@example.com
004 - What's Wrong With Being Competitive?
We talk about the pay off and the trade-off of thinking and behaving in highly competitive ways. We also give tips about how to shift from a Competitive mindset to Achievement and Self Actualising instead. Do you have a question you'd like us to answer? Email firstname.lastname@example.org - we'd love to answer it. For notes, resources, and key takeaways from this show, visit:...
003 - Telling someone they have a blind spot
We answer a letter from a listener who is trying to have development conversations with their direct report but the report just doesn’t seem to be able to recognise their own improvement areas. If you have a question you’d like us to answer, email email@example.com For episode notes see our website: http://www.human-synergistics.com.au/resources/content/2018/05/01/culture-bites-podcast---003-behaviour-blind-spots
002 - Dealing with Delegation
Delegation. It's one of the most common issues leaders and managers have. There are plenty of courses on the tips and techniques of delegation, and we know what we should do, but so many of us still struggle with it. We talk about how thinking and behaviour styles can get in your way when it comes to delegation and what you can do about it. Do you have a question about leadership or culture that we can help with? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We are powered by Human...
001 - Kick Starting a Passive Team
How can you help a Passive team get momentum? In this episode, we give advice to a listener who is going around and around inside a Passive team. They go around in circles because no one wants to make a decision on how they should proceed forward with an idea. They lack a clear leader in the group, and after agreeing a process to move forward abandon it shortly after. When new ideas are suggested, their focus is more on why it won't work rather than why it will. Dominic Gourley, and Human...