This white paper examines what we need from leadership (and how to effectively develop everyone to show up as a leader) in order to thrive in our increasingly complex and disruptive world.
This white paper features interviews with three exceptional professionals who are immersed in Paradigm Pioneering work. Learn what it’s really like to do the work necessary to build a thriving organization and benefit from their wisdom.
There is a revolution already in progress in the business world – one where enlightened leaders recognize what it means to thrive in today’s Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) world, and create the conditions for success.
This eBook summarizes the core messages of The Fusion and provides strategies for combining evidence and powerful questions into meaningful conversations that will help transform the organizational and employee wellbeing landscape. Professionals who wish to lead the shift toward The Fusion within their circle of influence must be skilled at effectively communicating New Paradigm messages.
Sift through the gimmicks and promises made by program vendors and providers. By using a relatively simple, science-based, 3-question litmus test, you can determine whether an initiative is worthy of consideration and will benefit both organizational and employee wellbeing.
Important but Uncommon Ways to Cultivate Happy, Thriving Employees (for Lasting Organizational Change) Part 2
Personal autonomy and happiness are inextricably interconnected. Organizations can create an environment that fosters intrinsic motivation by actually helping employees become “better” thinkers, ultimately improving both individual and organizational performance.
Important but Uncommon Ways to Cultivate Happy, Thriving Employees (for Lasting Organizational Change) Part 1
High-performing organizations create the conditions for change and foster happy, energized and engaged employees. Uncover strategies to assess and address employee attitudes at work and learn how to change corporate language to support organizational and employee wellbeing.
The “rules of engagement” are changing for organizations as the world becomes increasingly interconnected and transparent. It’s important to rethink our relationship with data and effectively use both subtle and dramatic feedback to help guide our workplace culture efforts.