Looking for inspiration about how to create a healthy workplace culture? Listen to Randy Grieser, Wendy Loewen, and Eric Stutzman share their insights about leadership and workplace culture. Their conversations are based on experiences from their workplace, articles and books they’ve read, current events, and the clients they serve. Together they are leaders at ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership and have co-authored two books: The Culture Question and Don’t Blame the Lettuce.
COVID's Impact on Workplace Culture
We all felt the immediate impacts of COVID-19 back in 2020, but how has it affected workplace culture nearly two years later? Listen as Randy, Wendy, and Eric discuss this question and Harvard Business Review’s new article, How Companies Can Improve Employee Engagement Right Now. They also highlight the ACHIEVE blog, 4 Steps for Recovering from a Mistake at Work and talk about the Leadership Development Survey Summary from their upcoming book, Don’t Blame the Lettuce.
Welcome to Our Show
In this short episode, co-host Randy Grieser reviews three questions people are asking about this new podcast: “Why workplace culture?” “What can you expect from this show?” and “Why listen to us?”
This team of three experts discusses relevant, controversial, and typical managerial topics from a servant leader position. Although they are highly skilled with many years of experience, they are seeking to know and understand the best leadership approaches to today’s divisive workplaces. It was refreshing to hear the exchange of ideas in a format that engages mind and heart, especially as we all seek to better the workplace using old and new methods of engagement.
It was okay for a first episode.
The woman in the episode was fantastic! The thing that bothered me was that one of the guys didn’t know the the difference between being satisfied and being energized about going to work. I’m not sure why it bothered me so much except for the fact that people who are in charge of the culture of their work should know the difference between the two.