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Tim Burningham from the The Center for Company Culture reveals all of his strategies for creating a strong organizational culture that will transform your company’s results. Discover how you can create a culture within your organization and among the teams you lead that will make your life as a leader so much easier! Tim’s practical and straight forward advise will help you create an organization that people love working for. Improved employee retention, engagement, productivity, alignment, ...
 
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Culture Bites

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Culture Bites

Human Synergistics

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We take culture theory and turn it into everyday insights. We're powered by Human Synergistics - a leading consulting, research, and diagnostics firm. We're known for growing individual's effectiveness and satisfaction by coaching based on the Lifestyles Inventory (LSI), improving leadership effectiveness with the Management or Leadership Impact (M/I & L/I), develop high performing teams with the Group Styles Inventory (GSI), and shape effective organisational culture using the Organizationa ...
 
Host Shane Green invites well-known company culture gurus onto his podcast to discuss cutting-edge cultural mechanisms to refresh and reframe company cultures. He also speaks with technology companies about the best tools on the market for culture-focused companies. Subscribe now to find out who Shane is interviewing next week! A world-renowned keynote speaker, author of Culture Hacker, and television personality, Shane Green is a business magnate who consults global Fortune 500 leaders on c ...
 
The Survive & Thrive podcast features Jennifer Ayres, host, and co-Founder of Concinnity. With over 20 years leading large-scale global transformation programs for Fortune 500 companies, her purpose is to help the conscious leader create meaningful and sustainable change by helping companies realize their most ambitious goals. The Survive & Thrive podcast will highlight ideas, learnings, and stories about organizational and personal transformation, by featuring clients, and other notable lea ...
 
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Culture Within

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Culture Within

The Culture Academy

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Welcome to the Culture Within podcast, a production of TheCultureAcademy.co. The show that unlocks your power of communication and the secrets to creating the culture of your desire. Experts in organizational behavior and change will guide you in elevating interpersonal communication skills with your coworkers, your peers, your family and friends, and, of course, yourself. Once you’ve mastered breaking down the barriers of communication, we will help you expand on your new skills with other ...
 
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People Strategy Forum

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People Strategy Forum

Sam Reeve & Char Miller & Sumit Singla

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Every great leader inspires, motivates and rewards their people for performance. Welcome to the People Strategy Forum podcast, a show that guides leaders to elevate the workforce. People are at the heart of successful organizations. Team members’ well-being and career development are essential. This show discusses practical and effective leadership strategies for top executives, senior professionals, and talent managers. Aligning employer and employee objectives is a must. Every team member ...
 
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The pandemic caused technology to advance a massive amount in a short period of time as organizations and people continued marching forward. While those advancements have created new work-from-home opportunities, it has made connecting with one another a lot tougher. So, how do we manage to put some more humanity back into a workplace that is becom…
 
Being a leader at the C-suite is no easy task. And that is why executive leaders shouldn’t be afraid to ask for help. Peter Tuybens of TICkA is here to share unconventional methods to boost energy at the C-suite. With Jules as moderator, join Char Miller & Sam Reeve as they get into a fun and informative discussion on leadership. Peter shares anecd…
 
The past couple of years have sparked a digital disruption in the HR realm. One of the key areas impacted by this is leadership development. In today’s episode, Meredith Masse of Innovate. Coach. Consult. (ICC) dives deep and shares valuable insight on the topic. She joins the panel with Sam Reeve, Char Miller, and Jules to give strategies you can …
 
It is not enough to hire people who can fill in the job you need in this day and age. You also have to find the right competency and behavior to go with the skills they offer. In this episode, Char Miller and Sam Reeve sit down with an expert in the hiring space. They talk to Monte George, the Owner and Founder of The Recruiting Network, about hiri…
 
Most companies are adopting a remote workforce to increase their talent reach and adapt to employees' demands. But how do you structure compensation for a global team? Char Miller, Sumit Singla, and Jules turn the mic over to Sam Reeve in this episode. Sam is the CEO and Founder of CompTeam. His core focus is leading companies through transformatio…
 
Business has changed ever since the pandemic. In this environment, people have to be agile. Agile teams can only be created if there is a culture driven by leadership that’s aligned with your talent management system. To learn more about agile talent management, join your hosts Sam Reeve and Char Miller as they talk to André Blom, the CEO of TMA In…
 
With everyone going remotely and video becoming the new normal. Presenting yourself in front of the camera is even more important now. If you're going to give a speech or enter an online conference, learn how to present yourself. Feel your energy because that is everything! Join your hosts Sam Reeve & Char Miller as they talk to Julie Ann Dokowicz …
 
No one can remain in a business position forever, as they will eventually look for other opportunities or finally retire. Despite this inevitable truth, most companies and organizations still don't give much attention to the succession plans they are implementing. Sumit Singla leads the conversation about making this process more about individual s…
 
Now is the week of gratitude. For this special Thanksgiving episode, we chat about the social and emotional benefits of practicing gratitude. We cover what the research says and why gratitude is so important. Not only does gratitude impact you tremendously, but it can also bolster healthy relationships and overall work environment. Listen to the ep…
 
Mergers and acquisitions come with a ton of unique challenges and changes that must be planned for and well-executed in order to be successful. However, while most focus on the financial side of things, the human element of M&As can’t be ignored either. On this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, we’re joined by Melanie Payne, the CFO at Synit…
 
If you’re trying to hire staff right now, you’re not having fun. The US Federal Reserve Bank in September estimated that the average time required to fill an open job rose from 20 days to 50 days over the previous four months. And a new global McKinsey study found that 40% of respondents are somewhat likely to quit in the next three to six months. …
 
Every single industry was touched in some way by COVID-19. But few industries have seen as much upheaval and change as the automotive industry has over just the last two decades. What is it about that industry that has allowed them to quickly adapt and pivot as needed to not just survive but actually thrive? On this week’s episode of the Survive & …
 
The heart of a business sounds like an abstract idea at first glance. But with employees leaving companies in droves as they search for purpose and meaningful work, knowing the core values and the heart of your business is more critical than ever. Joining the Survive & Thrive podcast this week is Sasha Lund. You might know her from her podcast “Leg…
 
The term “Future Of Work” is nothing new. However, the pandemic has accelerated timelines and brought about new realities that must be faced in order to not just survive but thrive. On this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, Jennifer discusses what areas have seen the biggest cultural shifts, as employees rethink the traditional work model. S…
 
Organizational leaders can be the driving force behind effective change. They can improve employee engagement and navigate a team through difficult change. However, with new working environments, leaders have to double down on building and maintaining relationships with their team members. Peter Hess joins Jennifer on the Survive & Thrive podcast t…
 
Years ago, a friend received some brilliant leadership advice from a mentor. The mentor said, “How you treat people today becomes conversation around their dinner table tonight.” Today, it’s not just dinner table conversations that leaders need to be aware of. It’s Glassdoor.com and social media platforms where examples of great or lousy leadership…
 
On the Survive & Thrive podcast, we always talk about ways organizations can drive meaningful and sustainable change. But how do you actually implement those strategies and get the relevant information in front of your staff in a consistent and engaging way? For many organizations, internal podcasts have been the way. On this episode of the Survive…
 
On this special episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, Steve Van Valin joins Jennifer Ayers to discuss the growing anxiety about returning to work and how to combat that. Businesses are still figuring out what the work structure even looks like as the pandemic continues on and that’s making both leaders and staff anxious. Whether your return to w…
 
Excellence vs Perfection, Excel vs Compete, Focused vs Driven. Confidence vs Bravado. The Constructive and Aggressive Styles are next door to each other and similar in some ways. But they are crucially different in others. We discuss the boarder cases and what the important distinctions are.Bởi Human Synergistics
 
Empathy, resilience, and positivity are some of the foundational elements to building engagement and setting up success as a leader and organization. However, not every organization or leader truly values those three elements in the way they should. So, how do you build them into your change initiative, your business model, and your everyday life? …
 
If your team revisits the same conversation again and again, or people couch what they say with 'maybe' and 'could be', it's a sign that you're not having the honest conversations you need to have.We breakdown what gets in the way of teams having honest conversations and what they can do about it.Bởi Human Synergistics
 
Only 36% of employees say they’re engaged in the workplace and it’s costing U.S. companies between $450 Billion - $550 Billion annually. It’s an area organizations need to improve upon immediately but how do they even get started, much less get buy-in throughout the entire organization? On this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, Jennifer is j…
 
Today’s video features Good Comes First book co-authors Mark Babbitt and yours truly discussing a core foundation of a purposeful, positive, productive work culture. Here’s an excerpt. Mark: “I often say, Chris, that most of what I learned about leadership was on the baseball field as a coach for three decades now. On the diamond, I learned that if…
 
How do you realize positive and sustainable change? By better understanding the problems at hand and the people facing them. That’s what makes the design thinking strategy such a natural fit with change management. To talk about design thinking and how it can be a power for good in your efforts to enact change, Holly Chasan-Young joins me on today’…
 
On this special episode of Survive & Thrive, Jennifer Ayers discusses the recurring topics that come up with individuals from the podcasts or organizations she has worked with. In times of change, there is an abundance of opportunities for leaders to impact their organizations and employees. Changes: Re-evaluating time (1:02) With much change in th…
 
Remote Debriefs are EVEN BETTER than face to face for some things... After hundreds of debriefs during the pandemic - we revisit the topicCorinne and Dominic update their advise from Culture Bites Podcast #085Notes and Resources from this episode:https://www.human-synergistics.com.au/resources/content/2021/09/07/remote-lsi-debriefing-ii…
 
Today’s podcast features Good Comes First book co-authors Mark Babbitt and Chris Edmonds discussing a core foundation of uncompromising work cultures - making values measurable AND socially relevant. Here’s an excerpt. Chris: “What I find when I, you and I both experienced that as we work with leaders to help them define what values mean, what does…
 
Everyone loves a good strategy but it requires flexible and thoughtful leadership to actually implement it successfully. Not getting honest buy-in from your team is the quickest way to watch a great strategy fail, which can be the catalyst for a leadership change. On this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, Glade Holman joins Jennifer Ayers to…
 
You should never underestimate people. But tapping into the power of people during times of change is far easier said than done. Whether you’re building a compelling case for change, creating buy-in from leadership and below, or simply trying to build confidence; managing to drive your people forward takes a deft hand. Tammie Pinkston, the vice pre…
 
No matter how big or small the change, the very first step is building the case for change. As we discussed in both Season 1 and Season 2, that means defining the purpose of the change and the reason people should care. In order to do that successfully and efficiently, you’ll need to get everyone on the same page and marching in the same direction …
 
Last season, the Survive & Thrive podcast took you through the eight tenets of change management. This season, we have some amazing guests and thought leaders on to discuss how they’ve applied these tenets to help their organizations navigate change in real-world scenarios. We’ll learn more about change management, employee engagement, empathy, res…
 
Today’s video features Good Comes First book co-authors Mark Babbitt and yours truly discussing what it takes to build and sustain an uncompromising work culture. Here’s an excerpt. Chris: Once leaders get to a stage where they realize “This is not sustainable. We’re not going to be able to attract the kind of talent we need. We’re not going to be …
 
In Season 2 of the Survive & Thrive podcast, Jennifer Ayers took you through the 8 tenets to drive meaningful, impactful, and sustainable change in an organization. In our Season 2 recap, Jennifer reviews each tenet and recalls what past guests had to say. From defining the core pillars of change management and the importance of each to successfull…
 
Learning how to motivate people is a foundational tenet of change management. You can’t create an organizational culture or deal with a sudden and unexpected change well if people aren’t properly motivated. While that might seem like an easy task, organizations get it wrong far too often. However, by recognizing and having empathy for what people a…
 
Today’s video features Good Comes First book co-authors Mark Babbitt and Chris Edmonds discussing what it takes to build and sustain an uncompromising work culture. Here’s an excerpt. Mark: Chris, in the book we talk about not just what it takes for leaders to become change champions, but how to build a team that will support, live, model a good co…
 
As we learned throughout the coronavirus pandemic, change is constant. So, how do you make changes stick? To do it right, you’ve got to start at the very beginning and create a change-adapted organization that can stay resilient. Kelli Skaff joins Jennifer Ayers on this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast to talk about how and why organizations…
 
Today’s video features Good Comes First book co-authors Mark Babbitt and Chris Edmonds (yours truly) discussing what it takes to build and sustain an uncompromising work culture. Here’s an excerpt. Mark: “Let’s talk about this ‘old normal, new normal.’ What we’re doing with Good Comes First is creating a new normal or creating a means by which to g…
 
When implementing a change, how do you know if it’s successful or creating more problems than it’s solving? If you’re smart, you’re using change management metrics to gauge progress, what success looks like, how the change is impacting employees, and finding critical problems before they blow up in your face. On this episode of the Survive & Thrive…
 
Any well executed change begins with a great change plan. That’s what we’re discussing on this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast. Kristel Kurtz, a strategic advisor at Concinnity, joins Jennifer Ayers on this episode to discuss the importance of change plans in change management. A great change plan will think about the who, how, and why of a…
 
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