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Distrust is the greatest expense of every leader and organization. How's your trust factor? People want to work in an organization with leaders they trust. Check out David Horsager's 8 pillars of trust. 

How to develop a positive culture? Be a servant leader. Here's the 4-step approach by Margie and Ken Blanchard. Develop your heart, head, hands, and habits.

Most people are friendly and prefer kind leaders. But why do kind people change once they are in position of power? And why do we let them get away with it? It's #culture!

“The company is greedy and don’t trust the managers!” If your team holds negative beliefs, they will not be as creative and productive.

Do you like Fish? Any job can be boring, but there’s always a choice about the way we do our work, even if there’s no choice about the work itself. Here's the Fish philosophy to elevate your workplace culture.

Engage in Change

15 September 2020

Engage - travel guide for change adventurers, is a great book for anyone looking at organizational change. How to engage the majority to make change work? What are necessary change skills? How to avoid The Dip...?

We have learned to obey, to excel, to compare, to know the answers, to love praise, to fear exclusion, to fit in, to judge, to look good, to aim for power, sensations, and money.

How can you develop Change and Leadership in corona time? How can you cut costs with empathy, keep the momentum and agility from the crisis response, and build trust? What can you do?

How can you develop the Culture in corona time? Look for the positive individuals and teams in your organization - and learn from them.

Like it or not, as a modern, independent individual, you might play a tribal role in your organizational system. What’s possible in different positions?