CNLP 444: Chris McChesney on How to Get Your Team to Own Breakthrough Goals, Engage More Deeply and Master Execution

Chris McChesney, the Global Practice Leader of Execution for Franklin Covey, has helped pioneer The Four Disciplines of Execution that thousands of companies have adopted around the world to help them set and achieve breakthrough goals. Chris outlines a framework that will help your team engage more deeply and master the execution of your mission…

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CNLP 443: Erin Meyer on Netflix’s No Rules Rules: Why Adequate Performance Gets You a Generous Severance Package, Talent Density, and How an Unlimited Vacation Policy Actually Works

Erin Meyer studied Netflix’s culture and shares the principles behind many of Reed Hasting’s radical ideas that have shaped Netflix’s culture: Why adequate performance gets you a generous severance package, talent density and how an unlimited vacation policy actually works. Welcome to Episode 443 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search…

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CNLP 432: Ximena Vengoechea on What She Learned About the User Experience at LinkedIn, Twitter and Pinterest, and the Power of Listening Like You Mean It

Ximena Vengoechea has been a user researcher at Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest. She talks about how listening to clients and customers before you launch a product can lead to greater success, how to listen to customers, and what feedback to pay attention to and what to discard. Welcome to Episode 432 of the podcast. Listen and…

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CNLP 430: Amy Edmondson on How to Create a Psychologically-Safe Workplace and What to Do if You Don’t Work in One

Harvard Business School Professor and renowned business expert, Amy Edmondson, talks about the growing link between psychological safety at work and the results that high-performing teams accomplish. She details what psychological safety is, how to create a psychologically-safe workplace, and what to do if you don’t have one. Welcome to Episode 430 of the podcast. Listen…

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5 Reasons Your Team Isn’t Crushing Their Goals

If you’re like most leaders, you have moments where you get frustrated with your team because they miss goals. It’s never been more important for your team to crush their goals. It’s also never been more difficult. Church buildings are closed or at limited capacity, organizations are having to change strategy constantly, and you’re leading…

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10 Signs Your Organization’s Culture is Toxic

Ever wonder if your organization’s culture is toxic? Apparently, not enough leaders do. According to a Gallup survey, only 15% of employees globally are engaged at work. In America, 30% of employees are engaged, which at first sounds great. Except, that means that 70% of your workforce feels like their job is grinding the life…

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