The framework of business is completely different in the new normal. To explore culture as the strategy, we have to look in places we haven't before. Looking into company culture from the c-suite to employees and from Fortune 500 to start-ups. It's time to understand the human side of company culture, as well as, the new shape it is taking.
Christina Eanes: Tapping into Your Growth Mindset to Succeed
Christina Eanes is a Former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager. Now she is an accomplished author of 3 books: Life is an Escape Room and Secret to Super Productivity. One of her books is also a successful podcast called Quit Bleeping Around that is dedicated to helping individuals achieve more in life, offering tools and strategy to successfully be a super achiever. Christina is the epitome of one. Did I mention she is also an entrepreneur? Her team helps companies perform at their highest level by improving how individuals understand themselves. And today on Culture Factor 2.0 she has the goods about tapping into your growth mindset.
Bryan Smith: What if Employees Were Treated Like Olympic Athletes?
Bryan Smith is an ex-pro sports performance coach. In fact, he led the Olympic Sports development in Track & Field representing over 7 countries in the 2016 Rio Olympics. He turned start-up founder at LEON Health Science, an employee performance platform, where he leaned in on his expertise in all things stress, burnout management and high performance. LEON went viral recently with their provocative take on how employees feel and are treated. Honestly, their website alone is jaw-dropping.
Today on Culture Factor 2.0 we will dive into his area of expertise in sports science, this AI powered platform and how it affects company culture in a manner we have yet to see from the c-suite or human resources.
How to Get On the Inc. 5000 List for Best Places to Work Eight Years In a Row
Vincent Sharps, is the EVP & Chief Business Officer at Mindgrub. He breaks down for us how to maintain a very strong, an Inc 5000 list strong, company culture. Doing this eight years in a row is not easy, but Mindgrub is leading the way in what it means to be intentional and inclusive about company culture.
Why You Should Care About Mental Fitness in the Workplace
In this episode, we sit down with Johnny Hanna, CEO, and Co-Founder of Homie, and dive into his journey in mental health and how he is working to help his employees and himself develop cognitive skills for a better life.
How Having Better Meetings Can Impact Your Culture Overnight
In this episode, we dive into the culture of meetings. Douglas helps us understand ways we can create more productive and positive meetings that can transform an organization overnight. He gives us many ideas on collaborative software tools that can be used to run better meetings.
DEI, The Hard Questions on How to Get and Keep Women in Technology
As the Lead of Global Intelligent Automation at Spotify, Sidney Madison Prescott strives to foster a collaborative, open-minded environment. She’s a 2020 “Top 50 Tech Visionaries” award winner. After our last interview, Sidney had some ideas on a topic she wanted to dive into with The Culture Factor listeners. So today we will discuss the exodus of women in tech, how do we preserve female leadership so they move up to the c-suite and a clearer definition of diversity. And as your hosts, we are thrilled that she has decided to join us and open up on these important topics.
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Relevant stories with poignant takeaways
I’ve really enjoyed not only the relevant topics, timely with COVID, but how the host asks intentional questions, bringing each episode back to the overarching theme: the importance of company culture. Each conversation provides clear takeaways for those hoping to cultivate company culture. The length and substance covered strikes the perfect balance.