Join for an enlightening interview with Jocelyn Davis, the author of The Greats on Leadership: Classic Wisdom for Modern Managers. Jocelyn's book takes us on a tour of the best leaders and leaderships ideas throughout history. How can we apply Henry V's ideas to current leadership? What would yesterday's leaders say about today? We'll discuss the answers to these questions and more.
Join us for an illuminating interview with Doug Kirkpatrick, author of Beyond Empowerment: The Age of the Self-Managed Organization. Learn how Doug has successfully developed self-managed organizations, the power of managing complexity with simplicity, and how to overcome obstacles to self-management. Doug will share his insights on strategies, tools, and best practices for designing a successful, sustainable self-managed organization.
Join us for an eye-opening interview with Rosemary Strunk, co-founder of Living Courageously LLC, a coaching and consulting company. We'll explore leadership and organizational culture through the lens of blind spots. What are blind spots and how do they stop a culture from becoming brilliant? How can we harness the gifts in our blind spots to transform our leaders and our culture?
Join me for an enlightening interview with Marlene Chism, author of No-Drama Leadership and an expert of leadership effectiveness. We will discuss how to get to the root of drama, why it's best to not nip it in the bud and the biggest growth area leaders have. Marlene will share with us how enlightened leadership can lead to brilliant cultures.
Join me with guest Josh Allan Dykstra, CEO of Strengthscope U.S. Josh works at the edge cutting of a work revolution, helping to evolve how we work, design brilliant companies, and align people's work with what truly energizes them. Josh and I will discuss the science of energy, the future of work, and why oh why, people are stilled not engaged at their jobs.
Join us for an enlightening conversation with Mary Shores, award-winning author of Conscious Communications and a successful entrepreneur. Learn how Mary transformed the lives of her employees and her customers alike through her "Words that Work" communication system. By retooling how we speak to ourselves, to our colleagues, and to our customers, we can re-envision our organizational cultures.
Join us for a fascinating conversation with Rajkumari Neogy, as we explore the critical roles of inclusivity and diversity in organizations. Disruptive Diversity rewires the nervous system to create a permanent shift in how team members view themselves and each other. If your team or your culture are stuck in ways that don't make sense, this show can unlock the door to profound ways of understanding how we unwittingly create cultures of exclusion.
Join us for an insightful interview with Dr. Donna Hicks, author of Dignity: The Essential Role It Plays in Resolving Conflict. We'll discuss how leading with dignity is now a human imperative, the role dignity plays in the evolution of innovative, engaged cultures, and how easily dignity can slip through the organizational cracks. Learn the essential elements of dignity and how they can transform your organizational culture.
Join us for a conversation with Janet Britcher about her new book Zoom Leadership: Change Your Focus, Change Your Insights. Janet's book is designed to help leaders shift from a fixed to a creative approach to solving complex problems. Using a practical, yet innovative approach, Janet's book is a must for leaders who want to make quick, yet thorough, decisions in today's turbulent times.
Join us as we interview guest Dan McDonough, President of the Kansas City Chapter of Culture Ambassadors and as the National Director of Corporate Wellbeing at LiveAnew, Inc. Dan is at the forefront of cutting edge perspectives on shaping organizational culture, promoting employee wellbeing, and what the modern workplace really needs.
Imagine how much more competitive your company would be if all of your employees got as much done by 10am Thursday as others get done all week? It's this potential to outperform rivals with productive power that's inspiring pioneering companies to manage their people resources as carefully as their financial capital. Join us for a conversation with Michael Mankins, co-author of Time I Talent I Energy: Overcome Organizational Drag and Unleash Your Team's Productive Power.
Join for an insightful interview the Hung Pham, the founder of the Culture Summit. Learn what inspired Hung to transition from an employee to entrepreneur, and the painful realization that led him to found the Culture Summit. Hung will also share tips and strategies for improving culture from any level of your organization.
Join me and my guest Martha Miser, a pioneer in people and organizational development, to find out how to bring out the best in your company. We'll explore what collaboration really is (it's not what you think), the role democracy plays in organizational culture, and how rolling up your emotional sleeves can usher in a new phase of innovation.
Join us for another Cultural Brilliance Think Tank! This week Dr. Pat Baccili and I will explore cultural intelligence. What is cultural intelligence? How do we know it when we see it? How can it transform organizations?
Join us as we talk with Gary Baron, a successful entrepreneur, capital investor, and Holacracy practitioner. Based on his vision of what organizations can and should be, Gary builds organizations on the cutting edge of design, development and consciousness. We'll discuss best practices for honoring the 4 P's: profit, people, planet and purpose.
Curious about how to transform a traditional, siloed organization into a psychologically safe, customer-focused, engaged entity? Join us as we talk with Hugh McGill, a veteran of reshaping organizational cultures from the inside out. Learn how he helped to transform the culture of a major pharmaceutical plant and bring out the best of the people who worked there.
Can you really see your organization clearly? Do intergenerational issues, a toxic culture or unclear expectations cloud your vision? Communications expert and management strategist Laura Crandall will join us to discuss how we can get a new perspective, shift our assumptions, and learn new strategies for organizational clarity.
If you're looking for change that sticks, listen first. In today's rapidly changing environment, leaders and organizations often take action quickly without engaging in thoughtful listening to themselves, each other and the cultural environment. Although it's counterintuitive, the most pressing situations are the ones that require the deepest listening. Deep listening ensures that the effective, time sensitive solutions are identified and implemented.
Join us for this episode of Cultural Brilliance radio as we discuss the rapidly evolving landscapes of technology, work and business. Our guest will be Minda Zetlin, business and technology writer and columnist at Inc.