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Holacracy As Explained by Gary Baron

By | May 12th, 2017|Categories: Cultural Brilliance™, Organizational Change|Tags: , , , , , |

The following is an excerpt from Cultural Brilliance Radio with guest Gary Baron giving some insight to his holacracy journey. Claudette: Gary Baron is a successful entrepreneur and he has more than 30 years of experience starting and building businesses.  He is a partner in multiple purpose driven enterprises and he’s going to talk today about [...]

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Reshaping Cultures

By | May 10th, 2017|Categories: Cultural Brilliance™, Organizational Change, Teams|Tags: , , , , , |

Hugh McGill is an Operations Consultant/Coach, with a passion for and significant experience in molding organizational cultures which bring out the potential of all members of the business and engage employees in personal growth and learning. In the following, Hugh explains his experience in the success of a company going from a more traditional siloed kind [...]

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Stop Workplace Drama With Marlene Chism

By | March 31st, 2017|Categories: Articles, Cultural Brilliance™, Leadership, Teams|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

The following is an excerpt of an interview with executive educator, consultant, and international speaker Marlene Chism. She is also the author of Stop Workplace Drama and No-Drama Leadership. She provides us with some great knowledge on her expertise of workplace drama. The biggest barrier that we as individuals or as leaders can encounter is the [...]

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Deep Listening And You

By | February 15th, 2017|Categories: Articles, Communication, Cultural Authenticity™, Cultural Brilliance™, Organizational Change, Strategy|Tags: |

In today's rapidly changing environment, leaders and organizations often take action quickly without engaging in thoughtful listening to themselves, each other and the cultural environment. Although it's counter-intuitive, the most pressing situations are the ones that require the deepest listening. One of the things that I noticed in my work is that we sometimes talk about [...]

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The Changes in Technology Explained By Minda Zetlin

By | January 31st, 2017|Categories: Articles, Cultural Brilliance™, Cultural Innovation™, Organizational Change, Strategy|Tags: |

Minda Zetlin, business and technology writer and columnist at Inc. discusses the rapidly evolving landscapes of technology, work and business. Technology has become a lot more central to how people do things.  Now there’s this thing that a lot of people say, “Every company is a software company.”  That’s up for a lot of debate, but [...]

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Improving Company Culture With Vito Chesky

By | December 30th, 2016|Categories: Articles, Coaching, Communication, Conflict Resolution, Cultural Brilliance™, Strategy, Training|Tags: |

An excerpt from Cultural Brilliance Radio: The DNA of Organizational Excellence- how to Avoid Chaos, Save your Company, and Improve your Culture with Guest Vito Chesky With Vito’s perspective on culture, he show us how to easily understand how we can create brilliant organizations and what holds us back from doing that.  Vito is the founder [...]

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Courage is What it Takes

By | December 16th, 2016|Categories: Articles, Cultural Brilliance™, Human Potential, Leadership|Tags: |

I like Branson's quote. To deeply and authentically listen can take great courage. It can be challenging, even painful, to listen to beliefs with which we deeply disagree, that violate our values, and go against our fundamental beliefs about life or work. Yet without this level of listening, we cannot begin to understand others' perspectives and [...]

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The Reality of Change

By | December 11th, 2016|Categories: Articles, Cultural Innovation™, Cultural Integration™, Organizational Change, Strategy|Tags: |

An Excerpt from Cultural Brilliance Radio – Interview with Julie Wilson, founder of the Institute for the Future of Learning   Claudette: We’re talking about the reality of change in organizations. So, what is the state of change you’re seeing right now? When you’re working with organizations and teams.   Julie: Well, the state of change [...]

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Community and Sub Culture: The Cultural Brilliance Perspective

By | November 16th, 2016|Categories: Articles, Cultural Design™, Cultural Integration™|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Community and Sub Culture: The Cultural Brilliance Perspective. As Cultural Brilliance continues evolve, what's been on my mind is how we’re starting to look at what's going on within a variety of different cultures. Not just organizational cultures although that is very important. We’re really looking at what is going on in community cultures, what's going [...]

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Can We Change Culture?

By | October 19th, 2016|Categories: Cultural Innovation™, Organizational Change|Tags: , , , , |

Excerpts from Cultural Brilliance Radio 9.20.2016 Can we really change culture? This is a very hotly debated topic within most organizations. An interesting aspect of corporate culture is when we work for an organization for a while we sometimes forget about the culture we are in. It’s just there. It’s like when you were a kid [...]

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