Your Emotional Culture Is Powerful — Just Listen
Organizations that tackle employees’ moods and feelings outperform those that ignore emotions or force people to suppress negative ones. How to balance both intellectual and emotional culture.
Appreciative Inquiry: A Positive Approach to Change
Appreciative Inquiry is an approach to organizational change that focuses on strengths rather than on weaknesses. It builds on what’s working rather than getting stuck into what’s broken. Appreciative inquiry increases participation and engagement.
Autonomy Is the Best Way to Reward Your Team
Autonomy is the biggest reward people wish for. They want to have options – to feel that they manage their own actions. Autonomy is not total independence, but the best way to promote accountability.
Feedback Should Be a Gift for Your Team, Not Torture
Feedback should be a gift for your team. It should surprise them but for the right reasons. Feedback should be a welcomed gift that helps people grow. How to avoid turning it into torture.
Why Tensions Keep Your Team at The Top of The Game
Conflict moves teams forward Addressing tensions can make or break a team. Business leaders suffer from “perfectionist syndrome.” Aiming for betterment is good, but trying to be perfect is not. Perfection is an illusion. Companies…
Hire for Cultural Fitness, Not Just Cultural Fit
The biggest hiring mistake is hiring someone (or not) based on culture fit. Your culture needs to be challenged. Hire for culture fitness instead. Bring people that respect your culture but will also make it grow.