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A profound way to shift yourself and your workplace culture are to identify key transformational questions that:  Help you and your team think differently; Help your team to take on new challenges;  Help your organization to get engaged in a new vision. Sometimes the right question...

Do you want to build a healthier, more positive, and productive workplace? The concept of workplace health became very important to me in my twenties when I worked in a place that had 50% turnover of staff each year. Obviously, there were issues or people would...

“Every choice you make leads you away from your vision or moves you toward it.” ~ Patti Digh Are you interested in cultivating a more positive workplace culture? Chances are that most leaders will answer “yes” to this, but achieving it is easier said than done. A new...

Many leaders claim they want to improve workplace culture, but what does it take to put this into action? How do you keep teams engaged and energized enough to tackle big challenges? Creating a flourishing workplace culture is an ongoing process of open conversations and empowering action....

“Research shows that corporate purpose statements often do more harm than good because they are political exercises rather than words that people passionately believe in,” were the words of Dr. Robert Quinn when I interviewed him for “A Better Place To Work: Daily Practices That...

When I get a consulting request from a small business or team to work with them on their culture, it is often when they have reached the size of about 35 employees. Up until this point the business or group has been growing and there...

I have spent the last three years collecting stories of positive change. Stories that were shared by innovators and influencers that I brought together for The Better Workplace Conference over the 17 years that I led the event. All of their stories, advice and recommended tools...

“A positive people culture is one where people experience positive emotions, optimism, cohesion, gratitude and humour, and where they have, as a consequence, a real sense of engagement” Dr. Michael West, Professor of Organizational Psychology, Lancaster University Management School. My interview with Dr. West was one...