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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, ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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The evolution of working from anywhere. What's the future of work and how COVID-19 has made this imperative. With companies stumbling into these changes during the pandemic, Alana Moran and Evolve IP were able to help connect workplaces virtually. A Concinnity podcast: https://concinnityus.com/perspectives…
 
Finding a balance between giving feedback but not alienating people can be tricky, even more so when it’s the CEO and you are wanting to share results or keep them on board for a culture change program. How do you not dilute the message but still give it to them straight?Head of Consulting Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley discuss how to balance g…
 
Altering your life's plan to address a desperate problem in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic? Solve scaling and financial issues. Connect doctors on the front lines with PPE from suppliers, and stop people from dying over payment terms. This is what Kirsten Curtis did when she joined ProjectN95 - and found a mismatch in supply and demand.…
 
How we think about ourselves, the world, people and the events around us, has a profound impact on our ability to be effective in the choices we make around our health and our well-being. RISE is an acronym for a 4 step technique and practice created by Head of Consulting Corinne Canter, that provides you with an effective and structured approach t…
 
You measure results religiously. How often do you measure how well you and your company’s formal leaders treat others in your work culture? Just as you measure progress towards desired results regularly, you must measure progress towards desired respect regularly. You must gather objective feedback through regular assessments – at least twice annua…
 
This week on the Culture Bites Podcast, Head of Consulting Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley answer a question from a listener; about the pros and cons for centralising or decentralising the ownership of culture within the organisation. Who should own culture and where should it sit?Human Synergistics による
 
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 …
 
If you’ve found some groups are more challenging to work with – whether they’re a leadership group or not quite on board with a program; Dominic Gourley and Liana Sangster shares some tips for what you can do to set up a program for success on this episode of Culture Bites.Human Synergistics による
 
At our Virtual Culture and Leadership Conference this year, we shared a range of client culture stories and one thing the audience wanted more of was tips for working on their own culture change. Head of Consulting Corinne Canter shares her tips for Accredited Practitioners working on culture and what thing to keep in mind.…
 
During this last episode of season five, Tim answers questions received from listeners on important topics such as where to begin in building a strong company culture, how to handle a workplace where it feels nearly impossible to establish consistency, and what to do when you know you’ve made a mistake. Don’t miss this last episode of the season th…
 
Head of Consulting Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley answer a letter from a listener in this week’s Culture Bites Podcast Episode.“I’ve been an AP both internal as a HR Director and now external to companies as a consultant for over 10 years, I use the LSI and OCI as often as I can with my clients… sometimes I hear “I had a bad experience with the…
 
The 2020 election presents a constitutional opportunity for the USA. Voter turnout - about 65% as of today's counts - is the highest it's been here in over 100 years! And - that high mark here falls short of the voter participation in other developed countries like Belgium (87% in 2014), Sweden (82% in 2014), and Denmark (80% in 2015). Our states h…
 
How does a leader earn respect? Are there specific things they must do? On this podcast, Tim answers these questions and offers three specific practices leaders can focus on to gain respect and lead effectively. And trust us, the three things may surprise you! If you want to have success as a leader then this episode is for you.…
 
We often talk about the Circumplex, and how we use it measure thinking and behaviour – It isn’t about good, bad, right or wrong; but it is about effectiveness, whether it’s at an individual, teams or organisational level.On this week’s episode of Culture Bites, Dominic Gourley and Liana Sangster discuss effectiveness and what we really mean when we…
 
Consistency is important to building a high-performing company culture, but how do you remain consistent in a rapidly changing world? In this podcast Tim discusses the importance of consistency and how leaders can establish it even with changes all around.Tim Burningham による
 
Leaders and managers have a significant impact on those around them and on the culture and performance of their organisation. Their development is critical to employee engagement and organisational performance. So what can you expect by doing your own Leadership/Impact® (L/I) or Management/Impact™ (M/I)?Dominic Gourley and Liana Sangster discuss th…
 
Today’s podcast is all about executive coaching and why having the right business coach can help you build a strong company culture. In this episode Tim explains what executive coaching is, what an executive coach does, how it can help, common reasons why a leader may reach out to a coach, and even how much it costs. If you’ve ever thought about hi…
 
In last week’s episode of Culture Bites, Dominic Gourley and Liana Sangster touched on the Triple A Model – Awareness, Acceptance, Action; and how people move through the different stages, as part of framing up an LSI debrief. You might find some people want to skip the acceptance stage and move straight into action planning, only accepting on surf…
 
With so many challenges your organization faces, how do you convince the best to join your team? While most companies compete for talent with salary and benefits, you don’t have to. Discover a new way you can compete and win over good talent on this week’s podcast.Tim Burningham による
 
Everyone will have their own approach to a debriefing the Life Styles Inventory™ (LSI), but there are some key elements you should discuss prior to debriefing the report.Consultants Dominic Gourley and Liana Sangster answer a question from a listener about how you frame up an LSI debrief; How do you come into the session and set the scene before go…
 
Us Westerners have the unfortunate tendency to link our identity to what we do for a living. “I’m a plumber,” one says, or “I’m a teacher,” another says. When someone asks me what I do – often on an airplane – I might answer, “I’m a speaker,” or “I’m an author,” or “I’m an executive consultant.” I’m answering truthfully; those are things I do. Ofte…
 
In today’s podcast Tim shares the very first step every leader should take to build a strong company culture. He also explores why this step is so critical and how it can make all the difference. Finally, he provides three simple questions all leaders and organizations must answer in order to establish great cultures. If you’re ready to create a hi…
 
Most leaders and organizations understand their company culture affects outcomes, but most underestimate by how much. In today’s podcast Tim shares three unexpected yet significant reasons why a company’s culture is so important and why every leader should be focused on it. If you’ve ever wondered how much attention you should be giving to your org…
 
Mental health is a big topic right now, with lots of articles in the media and the current situation taking a toll on people’s mental health potentially due to added stress financially and a huge change in our lifestyles. Dominic Gourley and Sam Mead take this opportunity to talk specifically about men’s mental health and that the more we talk abou…
 
Last episode Tim shared three steps leaders and organizations can follow to change their company’s culture. Today, Tim adds one more important piece of advice that serves like a rocket booster when combined with the three steps provided last week. This item plays an important role in achieving success, especially when it comes to culture change. Di…
 
This week on Culture Bites, Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley answer a letter from a listener. “Our organisation has a very passive/defensive culture and a recent staff survey demonstrated an alarming absence of trust, some key themes include a feeling that decisions aren’t transparent or fair, people wanting to maintain the status quo and not roc…
 
A lot has changed in our world, including a global pandemic that has rocked the world of work. In order to maintain stability and reopen successfully, many organizations will have to change their culture and embrace new safety measures and protocols. On this podcast Tim explains three simple steps leaders and organizations can take to successfully …
 
At our Culture and Leadership Conference this year, one of the topics we covered was the Future of Work, which started a lot of conversations and thoughts around the subject. Dominic Gourley and fellow consultant Sam Mead talk about past predictions of what the future of work would look like and now that we’ve been forced into it due to COVID-19 wh…
 
The pandemic has caused immeasurable harm to the economy. Some businesses are operating at 50% capacity while others are closing – or are on the verge. Some employees are able to work from home while many have been laid off. And social injustice and racial inequity are at the forefront. These issues can no longer be ignored – in our society, in our…
 
Michael Bungay Stanier talks about his new book: 'The Advice Trap - Be Humble, Stay Curious, & Change the Way You Lead Forever'Michael is the founder of Box of Crayons, which is a learning and development company with over 17 years experience creating and delivering practical learning experiences that unleash the power of curiosity to create connec…
 
At the heart of Phocas is a commitment to their values - to make life ‘fun, fulfilling and forever’ for Phocas customers, employees and investors. CEO & Co-founder Myles Glashier and Chief People Officer, Karen Hailwood recently shared the Phocas story of transformation at this year’s Asia-Pacific Culture and Leadership Conference. On this Culture …
 
Following on for their presentation at this year’s Virtual Asia-Pacific Conference, we take a deep dive into Sandoz’s culture transformation with Guy Strong, Country Head Australia & New Zealand and Head of People & Culture Asia, Clarette Crame; as they tell the story of how they turned Sandoz around…with incredible results!Got a topic you want us …
 
Can you copy culture? With culture being the competitive advantage, Dominic Gourley asks our Managing Director David Byrum “Can you copy Culture? And if not, why?”. Find out on this week’s episode of Culture Bites.Join us for this year's Asia-Pacific Virtual Culture and Leadership Conference. Register today at www.human-synergistics.com.au/Conferen…
 
How do you measure the success of a culture change or leadership development program?David Byrum and Dominic Gourley discuss how you can prove the value of a culture change or leadership development program to your leader or organisation, and how to measure the success and difference it’s made to the organisation. Join us for this year's Asia-Pacif…
 
In July 2020, results of an investigation reveal multiple current and former employees of The Ellen Degeneres Show reporting racism, bullying, sexual harassment, and intimidation by executive producers and other senior staff. Her show is deep in a crisis of culture. Ellen herself was not the cause of the toxic environment – but she was insulated fr…
 
Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley have been doing a series over the past few weeks on growing the Constructive styles, focusing on the styles through a thinking and behaviour lens as used in the Life Styles Inventory™ (LSI). This week they finish off the series by talking about the Affiliative Style - How do you explain this style, how does it dif…
 
Following on from past episodes about the Constructive Styles, Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley talk this week about Humanistic Encouraging – How do you explain this style, how does it differ from the other constructive styles and what can people do to start growing this style.Human Synergistics による
 
Following on from past episodes about the Self-Actualising and Perfectonistic Style, Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley talk this week about the Achievement style – What is it, how does it differ from the other constructive styles in mindset and behaviour and what can people do to start growing this style.-Join us for this year's Asia-Pacific Virtu…
 
Flexible working is one thing... but how do I lead when the entire team is remote? Effective leadership is still effective leadership - whether in people or remote - what might change is the 'How'.In this episode Corrine Canter and Dominic Gourley talk about fundamental principles of leadership and how they should be translated to a remote setting-…
 
Leaders are always under the spotlight! In this weeks Culture Bites Podcast, our General Manager David Byrum chats to Dominic Gourley about advice to new managers and leaders – someone that has moved into a new role as either an internal or external hire or taken over a new team.Human Synergistics による
 
How often do you receive praise or recognition at work? We’ve had bosses that expressed gratitude well and bosses that never did it. To understand the impact of expressed gratitude, let’s look at three common types: praise, recognition, and validation. By praise, I mean the communication of appreciation for a person’s ideas, efforts, or contributio…
 
A lot of changes have happened to the way we are working and every day we are getting closer to getting back to normal, or what the new normal will be. How should leaders lead after this change and what are some of the thing’s leaders should be doing or thinking, as we move towards a normal business state.…
 
In this week’s episode of Culture Bites, our General Manager David Byrum and Dominic Gourley bring back a special guest from a previous episode - Gerard McMahon one of the founders of SHAPE, to talk about what impact Gerard has seen within the business since the COVID-19 crisis and how SHAPE has been responding to the situation.…
 
In a crisis or situation like this changing world, it can be testing to the culture and leadership of an organisation.How does a crisis impact an organisations culture? What can we be doing as leader’s and organisations to respond to situations like this? How should you maintain your organisations culture or even improve it during these times? And …
 
In last week’s Culture Bites podcast episode, Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley discussed expanded Life Styles Inventory™ (LSI) profiles. This episode delves into explaining the characteristics and some of the questions to explore an individual who has a constricted profile.Human Synergistics による
 
This is an important point in time for our country’s republic. Society is bent, if not broken. George Floyd’s death has generated international protests - most of them peaceful, calling for an end to racial bias and discrimination from police. Society has a bigger problem, I believe - and the time has come to address the broader implications of dis…
 
In this week’s Culture Bites episode, Corinne Canter and Dominic Gourley answer a question from a listener; “I recently debriefed a leader with an expanded Life Styles Inventory™ profile. Can you explain the characteristics and some of the questions to explore an expanded profile with the individual?”Got a topic you want us to cover on the podcast?…
 
What is the LSI? How will it help me be more effective? How does it work? If you're about to do the LSI for the first time, listen to this to hear what it is all about. Got a topic you want us to cover on the podcast? Email podcast@human-synergistics.com.auHuman Synergistics による
 
We’re living in unprecedented times. With non-essential businesses closed and many people working from home, the world of work looks very different than it did three months ago. The demands on folks working from home are extensive. Besides experiencing anxiety about the well-being of their family, friends, and community, team members are juggling m…
 
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