Posts Tagged ‘resilience’

COVID-Proofing Your Culture: Why having a culture that doesn’t suck is more important than ever.

December 1, 2020

Rebecca Friese
Workplace Crusader
FLYN Consulting

www.thegoodculturebook.com

Rebecca Friese helps organizations transform outdated practices into market-leading cultures. She’s an experienced consultant in organizational transformation and change management, with experience that ranges from large scale Fortune 500 multi-million dollar projects to start-up clients. She is the author of the recently released book The Good Culture: The Leader’s Guide to Creating a Workplace that Doesn’t Suck.

In this podcast, Rebecca talks about what really makes a good culture (hint—it isn’t ping pong tables and kombucha on tap), and tells us how the pandemic has impacted work and culture. She explains how culture and brand are related, and discusses the role of empathy, resilience and innovation in building a culture. Plus she talks about the type of culture change we may see in the new presidential administration.


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Bouncing Back and Forward: Using Resiliency to Maximize Success

January 5, 2016

richard-citrinRichard Citrin
Citrin Consulting
www.CitrinConsulting.com

Richard Citrin is a licensed organizational and consulting psychologist who provides leadership development and coaching and workplace consultation to profit, non-profit and governmental organizations to help them understand how to build resilience into their employee’s lives and their workplace culture. He is the author of the new book The Resilience Advantage: Embracing Stress and Leveraging it to your Advantage, which will be released in early 2016.

In this podcast, Richard talks about why resilience is such a key factor in today’s chaotic, noisy world. He discusses the three aspects of an effective resilience strategy (prepare, navigate, and bounce back from stressful events) and talks about the need to embrace and learn from failure.


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