It takes a lot of effort to build a positive - and empowering - workplace culture, especially in today’s world of digital offices and remote work. But what happens when things start to go wrong?
How can leaders tell when their culture is faltering, and what steps can they take to get back on track?
Today we sit down with prolific tech leader and workplace culture expert Anna Marie Clifton. She discusses her work with companies like Asana, Coinbase, Yammer, and Vowel, and her unique approach to workplace culture "makeovers," which can help organizations identify problems, shift workforce perspectives, and transform even the most toxic environments in as little as six weeks.
Find Anna Marie on Twitter @TweetAnnaMarie, and learn more about Vowel here: https://www.vowel.com/
**In a post-pandemic world, workers want to retain their flexibility and have the best of both worlds: an office to meet and collaborate in, and the freedom to work remotely. The new norm is "hybrid," but what does this mean in practice? What are the challenges and opportunities of this form of working, and how can leaders rethink collaboration formats and decision-making?
To answer these and many more questions, we have created a module on remote and hybrid collaboration. To learn more and find upcoming workshop dates, visit www.management30.com/module.
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People often think of emotional intelligence as a personality trait. You’re either born with it, or you’re not.
But emotional intelligence is a set of skills. It can honed and developed over time, allowing us to better understand ourselves, maintain positive relationships, and cope with major challenges in effective ways.
Today we sit down with Robin Hills, director of Ei4Change, a global organization that has provided emotional intelligence training and coaching to more than 250,000 people all over the world. We’ll discuss his work, his books on emotional intelligence, resilience, and behavior in the workplace, and how emotional intelligence is helping business leaders and professionals navigate challenges and build happier, more fulfilling careers.
Learn more about Robin here: https://ei4change.com/
**How can we connect with others? How well can we articulate what we're feeling? How do we control our emotions? And what would it look like if we're able to accurately understand what people around us are thinking, feeling, and wanting? Emotional intelligence is a powerful competence that can really set you apart as a top performer.
At Management 3.0, we offer an impactful module dedicated to emotional intelligence, as part of our Agile People Leadership Workshop. To learn more and find upcoming workshop dates, visit www.Management30.com.
For more happiness visit www.Management30.com.