About “In it to Win It: Leveraging Culture to Build a More Successful Organization”
The road to lasting organizational success is paradoxically simple. It requires clear goals, well thought out plans, engaged team members and consistent execution of deliverables by everyone. While not a complex path, it’s still difficult to sustain. Why? Because “simple” is not the same as “easy”. As the environment changes, so must plans. What motivates some employees today may not motivate others tomorrow. The key is consistency: the ability to do the right things over and over again, and to recover quickly when we don’t.
In the highly engaging and energetic style for which he is known, Paul will share key insights on three leadership competencies required for fostering long-term growth within your organization: Adaptability, Resilience and Respect for others. Referencing concept’s and tools from his highly acclaimed new book, The Respect Effect –Using the science of neuroleadership to inspire a more loyal and productive workplace, Paul digs deeply into the topics of evolution, psychology and neuroscience to show how powerful of a catalyst these three competencies can be.
- What is “culture” and why does it matter?
- The three keys to consistent organizational performance: adaptability, resilience and respect
- Exploring the attitudes and behavior patterns that promote organizational resilience
- Leveraging the power of words: why language matters
- The cost of disrespectful behaviors
- The 12 Rules of Respect
- Knowledge vs. beliefs and letting go of our need to be “right”
- Wrap-up: The crucial role of leaders in modeling desired behaviors