Rachel Conerly and Tim Kelley delve deeper into the workings of the Collaborative Operating System. They explore the five elements that make up the system, as well as the best practices and challenges of implementation.
Organizational Consultants Rachel Conerly and Tim Kelley join the podcast to outline the inner workings of the Collaborative Operating System as an alternative to hierarchy. They elaborate on the facilitation of win-win situations, and the importance of ownership and alignment in company culture and morale.
Jeanette Bronee is the CEO & Founder of Path for Life Inc., a keynote speaker, performance strategist and executive coach. In this episode she explores rethinking performance from the inside out to foster a healthy work environment and stop burnout culture. She discusses her work with companies to achieve peak performance and sustainable success, humanize work, and bring empathy skills to leadership.
Gisele Garcia Shelley, executive coach and organizational consultant, explains why leadership is the key to company culture and how to unlock the potential of high-performance teams. She also shares compelling research on the challenges women leaders face.
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Keith Merron, organizational growth strategist, founder of Leadership Pathways, and author of the upcoming book "Radical Self Responsibility," discusses his early work on company culture with pioneer Terry Deal and explores why leadership and responsibility are so crucial to a great culture, and the essence of an extraordinary relationship.
Rich Iannuzzi, Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner and lead teacher for Long River Tai Chi Rockland, discusses the meaning and nature of Qi or Chi, how balance and breathing are part of the equation, and how unblocking energy is so important in all aspects of life and work.
Mike Robbins, team performance expert, keynote speaker and author of four books including “Bring Your Whole Self to Work," discusses the mysteries of team chemistry, the importance of emotional intelligence, psychological safety in the workplace, and lowering the waterline to find common ground.