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Culture in service of business strategy. Image showing a fish swimming in water, the water representing the culture of an organization (when you are in it you don't see it)
Culture In Service Of Business Strategy
By Richi Gil
Culture is the binding element that connects all these aspects; purpose, goals, strategy and successful execution. The right culture can be an incredible asset for actualizing purpose, while the wrong culture can become an insurmountable obstacle.
Strengthening Our Mental Toughness to Achieve Real Change: Person celebrating their success
Strengthening Our Mental Toughness to Achieve Real Change
By Constanza Busto
For most of us, change is hard. Our level of “grit” (or mental toughness) is a key component to our success in sticking to a plan and pursuing a long-term goal we feel passionate about. Strengthening our mental toughness is an essential piece of achieving real change.
Building Courage and Resilience in Times of Uncertainty
By Anabel Dumlao
The need to build courage and resilience in times of uncertainty is stronger than ever. We must be willing to fall and learn how to pick ourselves back up again.
Creating Real Connection in Virtual Meetings: woman at her computer
Creating Real Connection in Virtual Meetings
By Carly Wilkinson
There is very little out there about creating real connection in virtual meetings. And that might be the thing we are missing the most about in-person workplaces. Learn how to check-in before each meeting to create real connection in virtual meetings.
Letting Go of Prejudices Around Virtual Experiences: Two hands reaching out to touch across a divide
Letting Go of Prejudices Around Virtual Experiences
By Horacio Rieznik
Since COVID-19 became a daily part of our lives, we’ve become increasingly accustomed to finding new ways of virtually doing what we once did in person. We came into this situation with a lot of preconceived notions about what it meant to connect virtually, but our experiences have shown us something else. As we navigate the many changes in our daily life, we have started letting go of prejudices around virtual experiences.
The “Right Culture” to Have in a Crisis: Two men collaborating at work
The “Right Culture” to Have in a Crisis
By Timothy Altaffer
Have you considered how current events have been affecting your organization’s culture? We need to consider how we, as leaders, can drive positive culture change in this turbulent environment. What is the “right culture” to have in a crisis?
The Role of Scenario Planning 2.0 in Execution Excellence: Two people planning for the future
The Role of Scenario Planning 2.0 in Execution Excellence
By Albert Durig
Our world is changing faster than ever and with those changes, we need to learn to adapt quickly and intelligently. Scenario planning 2.0 is all about how fast we can read, listen, and integrate new information and adjust our plans quickly. But what exactly is the role of scenario planning 2.0 in execution excellence? 
Survivor Syndrome: Planning for the Future in Crisis
By Fran Cherny
People are still struggling with how to adjust to the changes happening in our world today, but we still need to find a way to reconnect with our future, vision, and possibilities. How can we create a future together when there is still so much uncertainty?
Polarities at play amid COVID-19: Road leading into the future
Polarities at play amid COVID-19
By Richi Gil
To survive and thrive in these difficult times, you have to be able to put the polarities and tensions created by this hyper volatile context on the table. Talk about them with the mindset of the learner; understand how everything can be true at the same time.
Survivor Syndrome: Gather Information and Act. Pile of stones going from large to small at the top.
Survivor Syndrome: Gather Information and Act
By Thierry de Beyssac
The number one need employees and managers have in the current context is for their organization and leaders to actively listen, with empathy and compassion, to their feelings, fears, difficulties, and what support they need. This is the first step to treating any trauma.