Leadership Matters

Rehana Absar, Undraye Howard, Gerald McFadden, Linda Shoob, Dr. Sheryl White, and Tom Woll

Leadership Matters, the forum of choice for current and emerging public and nonprofit leaders. Co-hosts Dr. Sheryl White, Linda Shoob, Gerald McFadden, Undraye Howard, Tom Woll, and Rehana Absar along with their guests explore practical tips for issues management, human capital strategies, and improving leadership effectiveness. Leadership Matte

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David Duea is president/CEO of Lutheran Community Services Northwest, a non-profit human services agency serving communities throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho. He has lead his organization to receive the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities 2017 Commitment Award for the Commitment Engaging All Voices. Lutheran Community Services NW exemplifies that when people are at the center of identifying their goals and aspirations and developing the plan to achieve them, they are more committed to the process and to being successful. High-impact organizations engage all voices in every aspect of their work. Duea created a public/private partnership called Pathways to Wellness (P2W) to systematically intervene by detecting mental disorders and emotional distress in refugees arriving in the U.S.

Sep 9

54 min

Todays ever changing and unpredictable world leaves many leaders consumed with attending to what is now and next. Thinking, planning, and acting strategically to ensure long-term success can get lost amidst the demands to be nimble and responsive to achieve short-term wins. Join co-host Dr. Sheryl White, guest co-host Gail Taylor and guests Valerie Wright, CEO of Wright Ideas Unlimited, Inc., and Neil Newstein, retired CEO of human service organizations for well over 45 years for a roundtable discussion on how to think, plan, and act strategically while riding the waves of change.

Sep 2

53 min

Why have a Chief Strategy Officer position? The biggest advantage is just having someone dedicated to the strategic perspective of the organization. For many leaders, strategic priorities compete for attention with the crises of the day, and that can lead to less than ideal execution of strategic ideas. Having someone dedicated to looking after those longer-range priorities is beneficial. The interviewee will describe his specific responsibilities and emphasize key relationships within the organization.

Aug 26

53 min

Looking for ways to meet your leadership challenge? Tune in for this discussion on Kouzes and Posner’s five practices of exemplary leadership with special guest Edward Condon, Executive Director of Region 9 Head Start Association and our host Dr. Sheryl White. Running a public or nonprofit organization means juggling the needs of many constituents as well as the myriad of tasks needed to operate any business organization. Meanwhile, organizations are experiencing enormous stress and additional uncertainty, budget restrictions, and increased poverty in families. How to achieve the extraordinary while overcoming the overwhelming will be discussed along with Konzes and Posner’s five practices of exemplary leadership.

Aug 19

57 min

Stress can be defined as the way our body and mind responds to change. There are no shortage of changes today. Leaders are constantly being called upon to cope, make the best decision, and positively influence stressful situations for the betterment of those they serve, employees, and the sustainability of their organizations. Tune in to Leadership Matters as co-host Dr. Sheryl White discusses with Dr. Charlotte Houston a clinical psychologist, NFL evaluator, and executive coach, strategies and tips leaders can use to increase their stress tolerance, resilience, and effectiveness in managing stressful and difficult situations. Leadership Matters: Informing leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

Aug 12

56 min

Stress can be defined as the way our body and mind responds to change. There are no shortage of changes today. Leaders are constantly being called upon to cope, make the best decision, and positively influence stressful situations for the betterment of those they serve, employees, and the sustainability of their organizations. Tune in to Leadership Matters as co-host Dr. Sheryl White discusses with Dr. Charlotte Houston a clinical psychologist, NFL evaluator, and executive coach, strategies and tips leaders can use to increase their stress tolerance, resilience, and effectiveness in managing stressful and difficult situations. Leadership Matters: Informing leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

Aug 5

56 min

Want to advance your or others' leadership effectiveness? Yes! Then, you will not want to miss this episode with our host Dr. Sheryl White and Verna Jaggers, Mindfulness Teacher/Personal and Professional Coach, on the what, why and how to advance leadership effectiveness through the artful use of listening and asking powerful questions.

Jul 29

55 min

Dr. Albert L. Reyes, President and CEO of Buckner International, joins us today to discuss the significance of spirituality in change leadership. While Buckner International is a Christ-centered organization that delivers redemptive ministry to the most vulnerable, Dr. Reyes explains that being a spiritual leader is not necessarily connected to religion but more so focuses on being mindful of the higher purpose and higher calling that brings human-serving leaders into a field which aims to better the lives of the world’s most vulnerable individuals and communities. Join us to hear how Dr. Reyes applies spirituality to his work and develops the spiritual capacity of his staff.

Jul 22

58 min

Genshai is an ancient word that means, “Never treat another person in a manner that would make them feel small—including yourself.” Genshai reminds us to check in with ourselves and do our best to right what is wrong within and do our best to impact the exterior forces that can seize us if we are not equipped to release their grip. Join our host Dr. Sheryl White, as she explores how to and the power of living, giving, and mastering Genshai with Kristin Andress and Lance Schiffman, co-authors of the Genshai Effect.

Jul 15

56 min

Tune in to Leadership Matters as co-host Dr. Sheryl White explores life and lessons in leadership through the eyes of Black leaders. Special guests Rudolph A. Johnson, III, President and CEO of Neighborhood House Association, San Diego, CA and Kerron Norman, Chief Program Officer of Lutheran Social Services of New York will share their thoughts regarding the revealed pandemic on racism, views on a way forward, and additional food for thought for Black leaders and allies facing today’s challenges. Join us for Leadership Matters: Informing leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

Jul 8

56 min

Tune in to Leadership Matters as co-host Dr. Sheryl White explores life and lessons in leadership through the eyes of Black leaders. Special guests Rudolph A. Johnson, III, President and CEO of Neighborhood House Association, San Diego, CA and Kerron Norman, Chief Program Officer of Lutheran Social Services of New York will share their thoughts regarding the revealed pandemic on racism, views on a way forward, and additional food for thought for Black leaders and allies facing today’s challenges. Join us for Leadership Matters: Informing leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

Jul 1

56 min

Join host Dr. Sheryl White, Cultural Psychologist with the Neighborhood House Association and guest Mr. Gregg Ward, author of The Respectful Leader: Seven ways to influence without intimidation for proven strategies on ways to become and coach others to be more respectful and influential. Join the conversation! Call-in or email your thoughts or questions to 1-866-472-5790 or LeadershipMattersQuestions@InnoVisions.org.

Jun 24

57 min

How do you line up? Are you part of Martin Luther King’s dream, forging betterment for humanity or have you become part of the nightmare – got yours and are truly only concerned with keeping it and getting more. Join special guest California State Assemblymember Dr. Shirley Weber and our host Dr. Sheryl White, cultural psychologist and Vice President of Training and Organization Development at the Neighborhood House Association as they explore this critical topic. Don’t miss Leadership Matters: Informing Leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

Jun 17

57 min

Leaders we are being called upon to led through uncharted territory, while simultaneously meeting increased personal and professional demands. Join co-hosts Dr. Undraye Howard and Dr. Sheryl White as they facilitate a discussion on ethical, health and legal factors that must be considered to successfully led, reopen, and deliver services amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Special guests bringing critical expertise and insight to this discussion include Dwight Smith, Legal Counsel/GM at the Neighborhood House Association in San Diego, CA, Dr. Suzanne Afflalo, Medical Director for the Alliance Health Clinic in San Diego, CA, and Dr. Durryle Brooks, Research Associate at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/91706680960?pwd=YU9CUG5oTEx6ZUQrYW8vYTNURlVndz09

Jun 3

55 min

Leaders we are being called upon to led through uncharted territory, while simultaneously meeting increased personal and professional demands. Join co-hosts Dr. Undraye Howard and Dr. Sheryl White as they facilitate a discussion on ethical, health and legal factors that must be considered to successfully led, reopen, and deliver services amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Special guests bringing critical expertise and insight to this discussion include Dwight Smith, Legal Counsel/GM at the Neighborhood House Association in San Diego, CA, Dr. Suzanne Afflalo, Medical Director for the Alliance Health Clinic in San Diego, CA, and Dr. Durryle Brooks, Research Associate at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/91706680960?pwd=YU9CUG5oTEx6ZUQrYW8vYTNURlVndz09

May 27

55 min

Dr. Albert L. Reyes, President and CEO of Buckner International, joins us today to discuss the significance of spirituality in change leadership. While Buckner International is a Christ-centered organization that delivers redemptive ministry to the most vulnerable, Dr. Reyes explains that being a spiritual leader is not necessarily connected to religion but more so focuses on being mindful of the higher purpose and higher calling that brings human-serving leaders into a field which aims to better the lives of the world’s most vulnerable individuals and communities. Join us to hear how Dr. Reyes applies spirituality to his work and develops the spiritual capacity of his staff.

May 20

58 min

Leadership in Driving Age-Inclusive, Intergenerational Organizations Emily Merritt, director of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities’ Second Acts for Strong Communities initiative, will be joined by two Second Acts cohort members to share their insights on how leaders can improve their organizations by implementing age-inclusive, intergenerational approaches, and why this is such an important, timely issue, especially for the nonprofit sector.

May 13

54 min

Join host Dr. Sheryl White, Cultural Psychologist with the Neighborhood House Association and guest Mr. Gregg Ward, author of The Respectful Leader: Seven ways to influence without intimidation for proven strategies on ways to become and coach others to be more respectful and influential. Join the conversation! Call-in or email your thoughts or questions to 1-866-472-5790 or LeadershipMattersQuestions@InnoVisions.org.

May 6

57 min

Abrasive Leaders: The Bad, The Good, A Unique Perspective and Solution! Join co-host Dr. Sheryl White and guest Jordan Goldrich, author of Workplace Warrior: People Skills for the No-Bulls_ _t Executive, as they discuss solutions for addressing executives and leaders that are identified as abrasive or bullies. Goldrich, a speaker, author, executive coach, and self-identified recovered abrasive executive will share his unique perspective on why these often “warrior spirit” leaders can be crucial agents for success during our current VUCA environment (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity), and how to leverage their good and rid their negative style and impact.

Apr 29

55 min

According to Verna Jaggers, Mindfulness Teacher/Personal and Professional Coach, kindness opens our hearts to suffering, so we can give ourselves what we need. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience allowing us to admit our shortcomings, motivate ourselves with kindness, forgive ourselves when needed, relate wholeheartedly to others, and be more authentically ourselves. Mindfulness opens us to the present moment so we can accept our experience with greater ease. Together mindful self-compassion comprises a state of warm-hearted, connected presence. You will not want to miss this episode of Leadership Matters with host Dr. Sheryl White, cultural psychologist and Verna Jaggers exploring the key component and steps to practicing Mindful Self-Compassion as a path to a greater confidence, authenticity and effectiveness as a leader.

Apr 15

55 min

Join host Dr. Sheryl White and special guest Charlie Fleishman, Services to the Armed Forces Regional Director of the American Red Cross San Diego and Imperial Counties as they discuss resiliency and leadership. Tune into Leadership Matters: Informing Leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

Apr 8

54 min

When people are asked to provide the name of a great leader, one of the names that most frequently is recited is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King’s leadership ability to move ideas to action and people forward impacted not only the nation of the United States of America, but the world. Join host Dr. Sheryl White as special guest Rudolph A. Johnson, III, CEO and President of the Neighborhood House Association in San Diego, CA, shares timeless leadership lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King that he has used to move forward one of San Diego’s largest nonprofit human services agencies. You don’t want to miss this enlightening leadership discussion of ways leaders today can leverage lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King, to advance organizations, Equity Diversity Inclusion (EDI) commitments, and the community they serve.

Mar 18

56 min

When people are asked to provide the name of a great leader, one of the names that most frequently is recited is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King’s leadership ability to move ideas to action and people forward impacted not only the nation of the United States of America, but the world. Join host Dr. Sheryl White as special guest Rudolph A. Johnson, III, CEO and President of the Neighborhood House Association in San Diego, CA, shares timeless leadership lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King that he has used to move forward one of San Diego’s largest nonprofit human services agencies. You don’t want to miss this enlightening leadership discussion of ways leaders today can leverage lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King, to advance organizations, Equity Diversity Inclusion (EDI) commitments, and the community they serve.

Mar 11

56 min

Looking for ways to meet your leadership challenge? Tune in for this discussion on Kouzes and Posner’s five practices of exemplary leadership with special guest Edward Condon, Executive Director of Region 9 Head Start Association and our host Dr. Sheryl White. Running a public or nonprofit organization means juggling the needs of many constituents as well as the myriad of tasks needed to operate any business organization. Meanwhile, organizations are experiencing enormous stress and additional uncertainty, budget restrictions, and increased poverty in families. How to achieve the extraordinary while overcoming the overwhelming will be discussed along with Konzes and Posner’s five practices of exemplary leadership.

Mar 4

57 min

Join host Dr. Sheryl White and special guest Charlie Fleishman, Services to the Armed Forces Regional Director of the American Red Cross San Diego and Imperial Counties as they discuss resiliency and leadership. Tune into Leadership Matters: Informing Leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

Feb 12

54 min

Want to advance your or others' leadership effectiveness? Yes! Then, you will not want to miss this episode with our host Dr. Sheryl White and Verna Jaggers, Mindfulness Teacher/Personal and Professional Coach, on the what, why and how to advance leadership effectiveness through the artful use of listening and asking powerful questions.

Feb 5

55 min

Genshai is an ancient word that means, “Never treat another person in a manner that would make them feel small—including yourself.” Genshai reminds us to check in with ourselves and do our best to right what is wrong within and do our best to impact the exterior forces that can seize us if we are not equipped to release their grip. Join our host Dr. Sheryl White, as she explores how to and the power of living, giving, and mastering Genshai with Kristin Andress and Lance Schiffman, co-authors of the Genshai Effect.

Jan 15

56 min

Genshai is an ancient word that means, “Never treat another person in a manner that would make them feel small—including yourself.” Genshai reminds us to check in with ourselves and do our best to right what is wrong within and do our best to impact the exterior forces that can seize us if we are not equipped to release their grip. Join our host Dr. Sheryl White, as she explores how to and the power of living, giving, and mastering Genshai with Kristin Andress and Lance Schiffman, co-authors of the Genshai Effect.

Jan 8

56 min

According to Verna Jaggers, Mindfulness Teacher/Personal and Professional Coach, kindness opens our hearts to suffering, so we can give ourselves what we need. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience allowing us to admit our shortcomings, motivate ourselves with kindness, forgive ourselves when needed, relate wholeheartedly to others, and be more authentically ourselves. Mindfulness opens us to the present moment so we can accept our experience with greater ease. Together mindful self-compassion comprises a state of warm-hearted, connected presence. You will not want to miss this episode of Leadership Matters with host Dr. Sheryl White, cultural psychologist and Verna Jaggers exploring the key component and steps to practicing Mindful Self-Compassion as a path to a greater confidence, authenticity and effectiveness as a leader.

Dec 2019

55 min

David Duea is president/CEO of Lutheran Community Services Northwest, a non-profit human services agency serving communities throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho. He has lead his organization to receive the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities 2017 Commitment Award for the Commitment Engaging All Voices. Lutheran Community Services NW exemplifies that when people are at the center of identifying their goals and aspirations and developing the plan to achieve them, they are more committed to the process and to being successful. High-impact organizations engage all voices in every aspect of their work. Duea created a public/private partnership called Pathways to Wellness (P2W) to systematically intervene by detecting mental disorders and emotional distress in refugees arriving in the U.S.

Dec 2019

54 min

What is inclusive economics and what role do nonprofit organizations play as agents for good and economic engines within their local communities and beyond? What is the business case and benefit to having nonprofit leaders at the table to discussion economic development policies, practices, opportunities and community impact? Join host Dr. Sheryl White and, special guests from the Neighborhood House Association of San Diego, CA, Rudolph A. Johnson, III, President and CEO and Dwight Smith, Esq., General Council/General Manager Legal to answer these questions and much more.

Nov 2019

56 min

Tune in to hear New York Times bestselling author Stedman Graham discuss the key to being a great leader. Graham will discuss concepts from his latest book, IDENITY LEADERSHIP, which provides a very personal and prescriptive guide for creating a roadmap that leads to personal growth, development, and improvement of performance in every area of life—A journey that brings clarity and sets one on a path to maximizing their leadership potential.

Oct 2019

56 min

Tune in to hear New York Times bestselling author Stedman Graham discuss the key to being a great leader. Graham will discuss concepts from his latest book, IDENITY LEADERSHIP, which provides a very personal and prescriptive guide for creating a roadmap that leads to personal growth, development, and improvement of performance in every area of life—A journey that brings clarity and sets one on a path to maximizing their leadership potential.

Oct 2019

56 min

Todays ever changing and unpredictable world leaves many leaders consumed with attending to what is now and next. Thinking, planning, and acting strategically to ensure long-term success can get lost amidst the demands to be nimble and responsive to achieve short-term wins. Join co-host Dr. Sheryl White, guest co-host Gail Taylor and guests Valerie Wright, CEO of Wright Ideas Unlimited, Inc., and Neil Newstein, retired CEO of human service organizations for well over 45 years for a roundtable discussion on how to think, plan, and act strategically while riding the waves of change.

Sep 2019

53 min

The Unconditional Education (UE) model seeks to disrupt the cycle of poor achievement and exclusion by transforming schools into communities where all students are welcomed and can thrive. UE was designed to support educational transformation within low-performing schools. This transformation is aimed at promoting the academic success of historically underserved student groups, based on the belief that whole-school interventions focused on improving outcomes for the most vulnerable students will ultimately benefit all students in the school community. Ken Berrick is founder and CEO of the Seneca Family of Agencies, and is the co-author of the book, Unconditional Care: Relationship-Based, Behavioral Intervention with Vulnerable Children and Families.

Sep 2019

54 min

Join host Dr. Sheryl White and special guest Charlie Fleishman, Services to the Armed Forces Regional Director of the American Red Cross San Diego and Imperial Counties as they discuss resiliency and leadership. Tune into Leadership Matters: Informing Leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

Aug 2019

54 min

Why have a Chief Strategy Officer position? The biggest advantage is just having someone dedicated to the strategic perspective of the organization. For many leaders, strategic priorities compete for attention with the crises of the day, and that can lead to less than ideal execution of strategic ideas. Having someone dedicated to looking after those longer-range priorities is beneficial. The interviewee will describe his specific responsibilities and emphasize key relationships within the organization.

Aug 2019

53 min

Abrasive Leaders: The Bad, The Good, A Unique Perspective and Solution! Join co-host Dr. Sheryl White and guest Jordan Goldrich, author of Workplace Warrior: People Skills for the No-Bulls_ _t Executive, as they discuss solutions for addressing executives and leaders that are identified as abrasive or bullies. Goldrich, a speaker, author, executive coach, and self-identified recovered abrasive executive will share his unique perspective on why these often “warrior spirit” leaders can be crucial agents for success during our current VUCA environment (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity), and how to leverage their good and rid their negative style and impact.

Aug 2019

55 min

Leadership in Driving Age-Inclusive, Intergenerational Organizations Emily Merritt, director of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities’ Second Acts for Strong Communities initiative, will be joined by two Second Acts cohort members to share their insights on how leaders can improve their organizations by implementing age-inclusive, intergenerational approaches, and why this is such an important, timely issue, especially for the nonprofit sector.

Aug 2019

54 min

Leadership Development in the Human Services Sector – Current and Future State As we consider leadership across the human servicing sector, there is no doubt that preparation of leaders is a priority. However, an organization also needs to grow and develop to meet the changing needs of the community that it serves. Listen to how leaders in this sector currently meet the learning and development needs of their leaders and their organization and what the future looks like as they continue to adapt and change.

Jul 2019

54 min

Leadership Development in the Human Services Sector – Current and Future State As we consider leadership across the human servicing sector, there is no doubt that preparation of leaders is a priority. However, an organization also needs to grow and develop to meet the changing needs of the community that it serves. Listen to how leaders in this sector currently meet the learning and development needs of their leaders and their organization and what the future looks like as they continue to adapt and change.

Jul 2019

54 min

Successfully Advancing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion -- EDI -- Initiatives and Change Commitments Join us for this special episode of Leadership Matters as David Tolbert takes the seat as host and our regular hosts Dr. Sheryl White and Dr. Undraye Howard move over to take the seat as guests. Dr. Sheryl White, cultural psychologist and Vice President of Training and Organization Development with the Neighborhood House Association in San Diego, CA and Dr. Undraye Howard, Senior Director of EDI and Leadership with the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities headquartered in Milwaukee, WI will discuss strategies for successfully advancing EDI initiatives and change commitments.

Jul 2019

54 min

Successfully Advancing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion -- EDI -- Initiatives and Change Commitments Join us for this special episode of Leadership Matters as David Tolbert takes the seat as host and our regular hosts Dr. Sheryl White and Dr. Undraye Howard move over to take the seat as guests. Dr. Sheryl White, cultural psychologist and Vice President of Training and Organization Development with the Neighborhood House Association in San Diego, CA and Dr. Undraye Howard, Senior Director of EDI and Leadership with the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities headquartered in Milwaukee, WI will discuss strategies for successfully advancing EDI initiatives and change commitments.

Jul 2019

54 min

The Unconditional Education (UE) model seeks to disrupt the cycle of poor achievement and exclusion by transforming schools into communities where all students are welcomed and can thrive. UE was designed to support educational transformation within low-performing schools. This transformation is aimed at promoting the academic success of historically underserved student groups, based on the belief that whole-school interventions focused on improving outcomes for the most vulnerable students will ultimately benefit all students in the school community. Ken Berrick is founder and CEO of the Seneca Family of Agencies, and is the co-author of the book, Unconditional Care: Relationship-Based, Behavioral Intervention with Vulnerable Children and Families.

Jul 2019

54 min

Leadership in Driving Age-Inclusive, Intergenerational Organizations Emily Merritt, director of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities’ Second Acts for Strong Communities initiative, will be joined by two Second Acts cohort members to share their insights on how leaders can improve their organizations by implementing age-inclusive, intergenerational approaches, and why this is such an important, timely issue, especially for the nonprofit sector.

Jun 2019

54 min

Dr. Albert L. Reyes, President and CEO of Buckner International, joins us today to discuss the significance of spirituality in change leadership. While Buckner International is a Christ-centered organization that delivers redemptive ministry to the most vulnerable, Dr. Reyes explains that being a spiritual leader is not necessarily connected to religion but more so focuses on being mindful of the higher purpose and higher calling that brings human-serving leaders into a field which aims to better the lives of the world’s most vulnerable individuals and communities. Join us to hear how Dr. Reyes applies spirituality to his work and develops the spiritual capacity of his staff.

Jun 2019

58 min

Valerie Wright hosts this segment with guests Michael Pinkney, Director, Salvation Army Community Center and Teresa Johnson, Northwest Community Consortium, Inc. as they discuss leadership, collaboration, and community change in marginalized communities. These leaders will discuss how they navigate multiple constituencies, organizational priorities while engaging residents for effective change? What is necessary for collaborating and remaining focused on the organizations’ mission? How does one go about managing all the moving parts to influence the type of impact is required for the betterment of the community and quality of life for members? Join the conversation and hear how these leaders and their organizations are helping to make a difference for their community.

May 2019

56 min

John Tropman, the Henry J. Meyer Collegiate Professor Emeritus of the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan, teaches nonprofit management courses at the School of Social Work and organizational behavior and human resources management courses at the Ross School of Business. John also teaches courses in effective decision-making and creativity for the University’s Executive Education program. During this podcast, he will describe the ways that the “Challenges of Leadership” have changed over the years, and, will explore the need to orchestrate high performing persons into high performing organizations.

May 2019

53 min

“Business leaders believe a strong organizational culture is critical to success, yet … most executives manage it according to their intuition,” asserts Lindsay McGregor and Neel Doshi in the Harvard Business Review. In most cases, organizational outcomes are clearly defined and measured, while organizational culture is left up to “good intentions.” This lack of intentional focus on the design and creation of culture often leaves a disconnect between the stated values of the organization and the actions of its employees, resulting in increased turnover and decreased performance. In this episode, Dr. Sheryl White will discuss with special guest Tony Moore, Culture Architect, Speaker and Author of Culture in 4D a blueprint for a culture of engagement, ownership and bottom-line performance.

May 2019

50 min

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