Posts Tagged: Company Culture

  • How to be an authentic and conscious leader

    How to be an authentic and conscious leader

    How easy or difficult is it to be yourself — your real self? Some leaders believe leadership is “showtime,” where you put on a mask to fit a particular situation. It’s not. Others sense whether or not you are authentic, and then decide whether or not they trust you. In his book “Authentic Leadership: Rediscovering

  • Creating confident leaders, companies and cultures

    Creating confident leaders, companies and cultures video

        Watch The Predictive Index CEO Mike Zani and author Alyssa Dver discuss confident leadership and its positive effect on companies, employees and the bottom line. Confidence in a company’s leadership is an asset beyond measure. Confident leadership attracts top talent, fosters customer loyalty and enables partner trust. Research shows that confident organizations generate

  • Assessing trust in the interview process to preserve your company culture

    Assessing trust in the interview process to preserve your company culture

      Few managers and leaders understand how vital, intelligent, quality conversations and interviews are to the health and productivity of a company’s culture. Unhealthy conversations are at the root of relationships characterized by distrust, deceit, betrayal, and avoidance—leading to lower productivity, decreased innovation, and diminished results. By learning how conversations trigger different parts of our

  • Be like NASA: Engage your employees

    Be like NASA: Engage your employees

    A very large component of employee engagement is centered around work tasks and the degree to which employees can immerse themselves in their work. The hope is that employees experience the pleasure of working and even reach the nearly euphoric state of flow while doing so. You could describe this state of flow as “work

  • A cure for conversational blind spots

    A cure for conversational blind spots

    Three decades ago, I began my first experiment in Conversational Intelligence®. The corporation Union Carbide hired me to work with 17 high-powered sales executives in danger of losing a bid for a key contract. My job was to figure out how they could raise their game and beat the other seven competitors. For two weeks, I

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