We all want to believe our organization’s desired purpose matches what we’re actually achieving. But…is that the case? Join me as I share a simple activity I learned from my mentors and friends, Drs. Derek and Laura Cabrera. The Cabreras describe the activity of recasting your organizational purpose to gain insights into where systems changes are warranted within your organization in their book, FLOCK NOT CLOCK: DESIGN, ALIGN, and LEAD to ACHIEVE YOUR VISION.
Central Susquehanna Opportunities, Inc., (CSO) recently crafted a new Vision-Mission. They were seeking ways to ensure staff readiness to begin their new organizational journey and kick off an effort to build a new customer service mindset.
They recognized that in order to become a transformative organization, they needed to go outside the box, rethink professional development and training and dive deeply into how organizational culture is built. They started by getting to know themselves and others. Using the Talent Insights, Behaviors & Driving Forces assessments and MYNDDSET Group Seminars, each member of the team gained an awareness of their natural behaviors, adaptive behaviors and the attitudes that lead to their behaviors. Across their 70 member team, they have a common language to discuss interpersonal and team relationships. During the seminar, they practiced interacting with others who’s natural behavior is different than their own. By learning how to interact with others with an understanding of their needs, they developed a new level of empathy for their fellow coworkers.
Thank you to Christine Hornberger for sharing her thoughts on the value of this experience. I look forward to witnessing their continued transformation. Congratulations CSO.
Want to transform your organization? Contact Mark, email@example.com. MYNDDSET provides organizational development services, assessments, and training programs to help you MAP, ADVANCE and TRANSFORM your organization.
Join me with friend and colleague, Dr. Karl Kapp as he shares his mindset to make the world a better place by teaching others how to improve learning. We walk through his personal journey to becoming a leading Learning Industry Entrepreneur, making connections to his role as a professor, prolific author and content contributor. Karl’s research-driven mind and his calming personality make him a success in all his endeavors and a friend to many.
This episode is one stop on a national Virtual Book Tour for Microlearning: Short and Sweet. With co-author Robyn Defelice, Karl’s latest book deconstructs microlearning into misconceptions and realities, making the unknown, known.
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On Monday, the MYNDDCAST Virtual Book Tour stop with author, Dr. Karl Kapp will post. Don’t miss an episode. Use the link below and follow MYNDDCAST on Spotify. While you’re there, listen to latest interview with Christian and Shannon from Altera Life. MYNDDCAST explores the mindsets of people changing our communities and the world around us.
In Episode 4, I talk with Karl about his Learning Industry Mindset and his journey to becoming the entrepreneur he is today. We also explore how authoring has becoming a key component to his Systems Thinking approach to impacting the world.
Tune in Monday to hear Karl’s story and to learn more about his latest book with co-author, Robyn Defelice, Microlearning: Short and Sweet.
Christian Force and Shannon Koch inspire their clients to better health and vibrant living at Altera Life. In this episode they share how their Vision of “The Other, Another” guides their thinking, their work and their relationships throughout the community.
Becoming a master storyteller is a vital skill for business leaders, entrepreneurs, teachers, trainers and coaches. What characterizes a great story? On this episode, I share the elements of great storytelling. By applying these elements to your stories, you’ll deliver a story with high impact.
In this MYNDDCAST Moment, I discuss how blends of organizational culture and environment attract different customers. I share a story of how a lakeside resort shifted its customer base over time by not protecting culture and building environment. But, does the blend of culture and environment just impact customers? What about staff? Thanks for listening.
Do these 3 things to bring about a multitude of desired behaviors and their benefits to your organization. Many desired behaviors are emergent behaviors. This means we spend too many resources in a narrow lane seeking their improvement. Rather, we can (and must) look to core behaviors and skills that will bring about our desired behaviors. If you desire increased team creativity, collaboration or contribution, or if you seek specific improvements such as Increased Quality in Customer Service, High Impact Meetings or Increased Utilization of Time , are you focused on the proper human and organizational development?
“I’m struggling to find the motivation to go to work in the morning. I get a knot it my stomach as I get closer to the office. At the end of the day, I want to hide. I’m not enjoying my career and I always thought this was my passion.”
Mr. David (Dave) Weigle, Innovation and STEM Teacher for the East Lycoming School District joins me to discuss helping Jr. & Sr. students explore their entrepreneurial mindset. He shares the role Social Media including LinkedIn has played in uniting leading innovators, entrepreneurs and motivators with students. Have a pen ready. Dave shares the influencers who’ve helped him step outside the norm and craft this early stage educational program.