Carolyn Swora is a workplace culture architect and the creator of the Purposeful Workplace Experience™. She believes that we all share a role in evolving culture to create a thriving workplace. Join Carolyn in the conversation via email, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Carolyn's book, “Rules of Engagement”, is available on Amazon.
A Present Oƒ Presence
A short holiday message reflecting on the year that shifted our lives in so many ways.
Why Psychological Safety Is Good For People – And Business
Special Edition PWE & Me Podcast with Stephanie Woodward, hosted by Carolyn Swora
Looking At Culture Through A Systems Lens – with guest Jane Watson
As your host and the creator of PWE™, I’m on a mission to help our workplaces shift from being transactional to being transformational, a place where people feel energized, inspired and motivated. PWE&ME is a podcast where we talk to thought leaders AND to people who work in organizations, regardless of their titles.
Calling Out Emotional Literacy – with guest Catherine Harrison
I almost called this the Kitchen Talk Episode because we recorded it while drinking tea in Catherine’s kitchen. Not only have we had the pleasure of working together, we are now both fully dedicated to helping companies create thriving, human-centred places to work. Together we share stories and insights about how we can build compassion, empathy and connection in our workplaces.
Gifting Feedback And Radical Responsibility — with guest Edwin Jansen
Edwin fired himself as a manager. Seriously he did! And in doing so he learned more about what it takes to be a great leader than 10 years of leadership courses. Hear these fascinating insights about his shared journey with colleagues into self-management and how feedback is a gift, when it’s delivered in this format.
How Heavy Is That Armour? – with guest Greg Swaine
I was so honoured when Greg reached out and asked to be a guest. His story is truly inspiring and uplifting. It’s the perfect example of how everyone in an organization can influence the culture, regardless of their title. It also demonstrates the power of creating a space for people to step into difficult conversations and how it leads to healing and ultimately to a better workplace.