Welcome to the gothamCulture podcast where we talk about any topic you’d like so long as those topics are organizational culture, leadership, and people strategy. Each week, we talk with industry leaders and discuss culture opportunities and challenges in their workplace, providing you with actionable tips and strategies that you can implement in your organization.
Values and Organizational Justice at Work
Kate Gerasimova talks with Conrad Moore, Owner of Maius Learning, about values and organizational justice in organizations. They discuss the impact of values pushed from leadership to the workforce and whether those values are reflected in employees' daily work and personal lives. They also talk about how to spot an alignment or a disconnect. Moore emphasizes the importance of having an ongoing, cross-organizational discussion around what it is like to work at the company and how it connects to daily work.
Return to Work Anxiety? You’re Not Alone.
As COVID vaccines become available, the work world is starting to think about the future. What will work look like in the coming months? When might I need to go back to an office? What expectations will my employer have? What flexibility exists?
Chris Cancialosi discusses these questions and tips for navigating anxiety with guests Tracy Nathanson, LCSW, a licensed psychotherapist, Dr. Ernesto Lira de la Rosa, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and Dr. Michael J. Provitera an executive leadership trainer.
Cultivating a Culture of Feedback and Accountability
In this episode, Kate Gerasimova talks with Harrison Kim, CEO of Pavestep about cultivating a culture of feedback and accountability in organizations. Meaningful feedback develops and motivates employees and keeps them accountable to the organization and team objectives. Unfortunately, many people are unsure about how and when to give feedback. In this discussion, you'll learn how to enable a culture of feedback in your organization and become better at giving and receiving feedback, especially in today's virtual environment.
A Citizen-Centered Approach to Police Reform
In this episode, Chris Cancialosi talks with customer experience expert and CEO of TribeCX, David Hicks, and law enforcement officer and mindset and wellness expert, Joe Smarro about taking a citizen-centric approach to police reform.
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Dustin Reichard article-
Smarro Ted Talk-
Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops-
Solution Point Plus website-
Tribe CX website-
Going Slow to Go Fast
In this episode, Chris Cancialosi talks with gothamCulture's Shawn Overcast about her experience realigning teams after disruptive events. Like those of us who keep way too many applications open on our computers for too long, slowing our ability to get things done, sometimes our teams can experience the same effect when grappling with mounting priorities and disruption. When that happens, it may be time to reboot.
Shawn references an interview with Storied CEO Michael Margolis titled Storytelling in the Age of Disruption
Mental wellness and the short- and long-term impacts of the COVID pandemic on your workforce
As the United States looks to begin a scaled approach to reducing pandemic restrictions in the coming weeks and months a hidden enemy lingers that is not getting much attention. While many healthcare workers are facing the brunt of the risks associated with supporting pandemic response, they are certainly not alone in shouldering stresses associated with the last few months. The acute and chronic stressors during difficult times may have negative repercussions for many people and organizations for years to come. During this episode, we talk with Joe Smarro and Jesse Trevino of SolutionPoint Plus, advisor to healthcare systems, education systems, first responders, and corporate clients in the areas of mental health, wellness, and resilience.
Interesting Perspectives From a Diverse Group of Leaders
gothamCulture is an industry leader in organizational culture content. So much good info in these episodes!