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Watch our Webinar! Leverage Your Untapped Resources to Transform Your Culture

Traditional learning has focused on managers and content experts as the primary source of learning for employees. When asked, however, employees are more than twice as likely to report that they learn more from their peers than their managers. Furthermore, 90% of employees reported they would happily coach a colleague if asked. Peer coaching is transformational, builds new channels for career development, and fosters connections among employees. Join us for this insightful webinar with special guest, Brandon Peele, Market Evangelist for Imperative. Learn what peer coaching is, why it is effective for creating a cultural transformation, and how you can implement peer coaching within your organization

About Brandon Peele:
Brandon serves as the Market Evangelist for Imperative, a company dedicated to connect people to purpose on a massive scale. He serves clients who want to exceed their business and talent development goals. He also writes books and gives keynotes. Brandon has had the pleasure to serve moms, dads, students and retirees, as well as professionals and executive teams from successful companies like Tesla, The Smithsonian, Apple, the EPA and Google, awaken their purpose-driven leadership and create profitable high-impact businesses.

He also serves organizations like Johnson & Johnson, Illumina, the United States Marine Corps, Morgan Stanley, prAna, Dr. Hops Kombucha and AnnMarie Skincare, and leads purpose work at events and conferences like the Purpose Summit, Wonder Women in Tech, Global Purpose Day, and the Greenerminds Summit. Occasionally, he teaches courses and lectures at places like Stanford University, the University of California, Columbia Business School, Northern Arizona University, The Institute of Noetic Sciences and the California College of the Arts.

Prior to discovering his purpose - creating a planet on purpose - Brandon built teams and led projects for a number of successful social enterprises, start-ups and Fortune 500 Companies, such as Merrill Lynch & Co., Autodesk, Bebo/Aol., Crackle/Sony, Intertainer and SunTechnics. He’s passionate about the broader purpose movement and serves on the Council of the Global Purpose Leaders and collaborates with the Global Purpose Movement.

 

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Watch our Webinar! The Living Organization & the Power of Context: Tools For Shifting the Paradigm

Whether you want to improve innovation, increase wellness and engagement or enhance your ability to execute, you are often working against unconscious forces that inhibit your ability to do so. Almost all improvement efforts focus on what we can “do” to improve – your Activity. The Living Organization® Approach goes a step further to reveal three key forces that work together to produce outcomes – Activity, Relationship and Context. Context is the key. Like a magnetic field that defines a specific pattern of energy, Context defines what’s possible and what’s not, what you will achieve effortlessly and what will be a struggle. The future of leading an organization will lie in learning to set the Context which will define your Relationships and drive your Activities. It is the only way you can make you organization vibrant, alive and effortlessly achieve innovation, engagement and execute to create extraordinary results.

Join us for an interactive session with special guest, Norman Wolfe, Founder and CEO of Quantum Leaders, Inc. He will will help you to:

  1. Shift your Context of an organization from a machine to a living being;
  2. Determine the Context that’s right for your organization to create desired outcomes effortlessly;
  3. Assess your organization’s existing Context and practice re- shaping the Context for one area of your business; and
  4. Describe the four new responsibilities of leadership.

About Norman Wolfe:
Norman Wolfe is founder and CEO of Quantum Leaders, a strategic consulting company changing business to unleash the power of the human spirit. Seeking to answer the question; “why we get the results we get and how can we get the results we want?” he became proficient in leadership, strategy, motivation and organization performance; delved into psychology and human relationships, explored spiritual paths, biology and physics. He’s applied his learning to sales/marketing, engineering, operations, finance, IT and HR. His Book The Living Organization introduced The Living Organization® model, which explains the deeper forces that create organization and individual outcomes.

 

To Nudge or Not to Nudge? The Promises and Pitfalls of Behavioral Economics at the Workplace

Nudges have become the darlings of wellbeing efforts at the workplace, used in a wide variety of efforts designed to help employees improve their health. These types of behavioral prompts appear to be relatively simple and harmless, and they can be effective for promoting certain types of behaviors. However, nudges are not without their problems and pitfalls.

This white paper offers wellness professionals and business leaders introductory information about behavioral economics and nudges and provides an analysis of the benefits and risks of their application in workplace change efforts.

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Eight Red Flags in Weight Loss Research: How to Spot Them and What They Mean

The results of hundreds of studies of weight loss programs over the past 60 years have been remarkably consistent; weight loss followed by weight regain. Despite the research, claims of “successful” weight loss initiatives continue to proliferate and workplaces continue to support their implementation.

This white paper will help health professionals and business leaders identify 8 major red flags in weight loss research that lead to these misleading and false claims.

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Watch Rosie Share Her Experiences in a Free Online Video Series

Photo of Dr. Rosie WardBe honest. Do you want more?
More balance?
More confidence?
More energy?
More influence?
More meaningful relationships?
More out of life?

I know how that feels. I grew up as the youngest of 5 girls in an over-achieving family. As a result of various experiences, I became convinced that the only way that I would be loved and “good enough” was to be perfect. I’ve spent years trying to overcome the need for perfection, and the need to prove myself.

What I needed was a complete shift and breakthrough in how I live my life and lead others - and what it actually means to be a leader. I began embracing my own humanity and doing the important, challenging work to rewrite the narratives in my brain that were holding me back - a completely new mindset about what it means to rock my life and leadership.

So I was thrilled when Kristi Staab asked to interview me for her new online series, “From the Boardroom to Backstage, Women Leaders Who Rock:  21 Leadership Experts Who Are Powered by Passion, Positivity and Purpose!™” In this interview, I’ll be sharing my experience getting out of my own way so that I could show up as a leader in all areas of my life, and my thoughts about rehumanizing the workplace.

Sign up for access to this free video interview, and you’ll also get an all-access pass to the whole series of 20 other daring, diverse, dynamic, and influential women leaders, entrepreneurs and peak performers… AKA, “Women Leaders Who Rock!™” (You’ll also receive up to 21 free gifts – one from each featured influencer when you watch her interview and download your free gift each day!)

Helping Health System Employees Foster Positive Self-Care Regardless of Size: Results of a Pilot Program Whitepaper

This white paper features results of a pilot program at Beaumont Health leveraging programs and training from Salveo Partners and Am I Hungry?

Learn what happens and is possible when moving away from weight-focused programs to helping employees foster positive self-care.

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Watch our Webinar! Conscious Capitalism 101: A Business Profit Strategy

Leaders and entrepreneurs around the world are reimagining business as a vehicle of service for the uplifting of humanity rather than as a way to make as much money as possible. Conscious Capitalism is a philosophy along with a set of guiding principles and best practices based on a simple idea that business is about more than making a profit. It’s an approach to business built on the fundamental universal truth that people aspire to more – more meaning and purpose, more flourishing and fulfillment. It does not hold the notion of profit in contempt, it provides an alternative approach that emphasizes ideas like trust, collaboration and compassion. It says business is good, even heroic, because it creates prosperity and can do so much more to elevate humanity. The powerful combination of good business practices and the four principles of Conscious Capitalism elevates business to a greater operational success and makes them agents of societal flourishing.

Join us for an interactive session with special guest, Amanda Kathryn Roman, Director of Learning Initiatives for Conscious Capitalism, Inc. She will help you learn about what makes Conscious Capitalists different and how they operationalize the four tenets of the Conscious Capitalism philosophy. If you are interested in bringing more humanity to the workplace, you won't want to miss this opportunity!

About Conscious Capitalism

Founded in 2010, Conscious Capitalism, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to elevating humanity through business. The practice of Conscious Capitalism includes implementing the principles of Higher Purpose, Stakeholder Orientation, Conscious Culture and Conscious Leadership. The organization produces transformational events and learning opportunities that inspire, educate and connect a growing network of Conscious Capitalists around the world. Our communities include business leaders, entrepreneurs, coaches, consultants and others interested in changing the perception and practice of business with Conscious Capitalism.

About Amanda Kathryn Roman

Amanda Kathryn Roman is Director of Learning Initiatives for Conscious Capitalism, Inc. where she develops, designs, and produces collaborative learning experiences that support business leaders around the globe in integrating and implementing conscious business principles through mastermind gatherings, on-site workshops, site visits, and online training curriculum. She also leads a number of strategic initiatives for the growing movement of Conscious Capitalists around the world to support a diversified representation of business leaders operating on conscious principles. Amanda has been curious about the way people and systems work from a very young age. Her insatiable desire to travel the world and experience different communities first-hand has developed a knack for uncovering opportunity, common ground, and the untapped potential of individuals to create positive change.

Amanda serves as President of the Board of Directors of Policy Jury Group; Founder and CEO of Living Out Loud, an experiential training and coaching firm; Founding Partner of Living Room Conversations; and holds a Masters in High Performance from the High Performance Institute. Select highlights of her professional accolades include the Nonpartisan Trailblazer Award, the Outstanding National Network Architect Award, and the Best Field Representative Award. She was also the inaugural recipient of the eponymous Amanda Hydro Award for Outstanding Leadership & Community Service which is presented annually.

Amanda is currently training for the NYC marathon as a member of Team RWB’s charity race team. She is married with three children and based in the New York City metropolitan area. Amanda enjoys adventuring in the great outdoors; running marathons; dancing whenever the mood strikes her; drinking espresso, red wine & mezcal {not all at the same time}; reading voraciously; traveling to satisfy her wanderlust soul; and listening to classic rock while she is on the go.