1 hr 11 min

Season 4, Episode 9: What if...businesses turned down the suck to turn up their possible‪?‬ Businesses are People Too! A Podcast

    • Business

What if...businesses turned down the suck to turn up their possible? with Tim Sweet, Team Work Excellence

On this episode, we dive on in and learn:


That business is a relatively new human experience
Work can no longer be a fixed experience, but one that's in constant flux
Why the destruction of old systems allows teams to be stronger and help people achieve their potential
What re-norming is and why it's needed today
In order for teams to grow together, they must feel involved in the culture development
Leaders cannot be passive; they must be active participants in their team
Tim's 3 Trust Pillars: logic through understanding, empathy for greater connection, and authenticity for consistency
Workplaces are emotional experiences
Hybrid teams bring a new threat to team trust
What the difference between suboptimal and optimal/high-performing teams is
What "high-performing" actually means
To question if we have the right metrics for success
Great leaders can still fail if the company structures, processes, design, and strategy are not set up correctly
The interconnectivity of all factors for team failure
The difference between capacity and WILLING capacity
Why leadership is not taught in business school (hint...it's a private journey)
The health of the individual relies on the health of the whole
Tim's answer to "What if...businesses realized that they are people too?" (1:00:52)

Links in this episode:


Discovery Call: twe.team/discovery
TWE Solutions: twe.team/solutions
LinkedIn: Tim Sweet

Connect with Lindsay online:


Website: www.quirkylindsayharle.com
Instagram: @quirkylindsayharle
LinkedIn: Lindsay Harle-Kadatz
Email: lindsay@thewriteharle.com
Stay connected with Mental Prune Juice, a weekly resource for leaders on brands, values, and team health and alignment

What if...businesses turned down the suck to turn up their possible? with Tim Sweet, Team Work Excellence

On this episode, we dive on in and learn:


That business is a relatively new human experience
Work can no longer be a fixed experience, but one that's in constant flux
Why the destruction of old systems allows teams to be stronger and help people achieve their potential
What re-norming is and why it's needed today
In order for teams to grow together, they must feel involved in the culture development
Leaders cannot be passive; they must be active participants in their team
Tim's 3 Trust Pillars: logic through understanding, empathy for greater connection, and authenticity for consistency
Workplaces are emotional experiences
Hybrid teams bring a new threat to team trust
What the difference between suboptimal and optimal/high-performing teams is
What "high-performing" actually means
To question if we have the right metrics for success
Great leaders can still fail if the company structures, processes, design, and strategy are not set up correctly
The interconnectivity of all factors for team failure
The difference between capacity and WILLING capacity
Why leadership is not taught in business school (hint...it's a private journey)
The health of the individual relies on the health of the whole
Tim's answer to "What if...businesses realized that they are people too?" (1:00:52)

Links in this episode:


Discovery Call: twe.team/discovery
TWE Solutions: twe.team/solutions
LinkedIn: Tim Sweet

Connect with Lindsay online:


Website: www.quirkylindsayharle.com
Instagram: @quirkylindsayharle
LinkedIn: Lindsay Harle-Kadatz
Email: lindsay@thewriteharle.com
Stay connected with Mental Prune Juice, a weekly resource for leaders on brands, values, and team health and alignment

1 hr 11 min