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Leaders must be intentional about the culture they create if they want their people to engage and feel connected. Sadly, not all leaders are equipped with the right tools and training to take on such a task.
In today’s episode, Galen Emanuele, the founder of Shift Yes, joins us to talk on the concept of “Yes, And” to develop and transform leadership skills, intentional culture, productivity and play, and how to bring race conversation in the workplace.
He is a highly-sought-after speaker and thought leader on business leadership and team culture. He is also a world-class improviser, having taught and performed improv for many years and toured with the cast from Whose Line Is It Anyway?.
Galen also works with organizations around the globe including Fortune 500 companies, changing the way teams and leaders communicate, drive culture, and show up in business.
Make sure you listen to this episode and gain valuable skills, mindset, and actionable tips you can apply to your team and organizations!
In this episode, you will learn about:
- The best qualities of an improviser
- Taking a break or playtime to gain more productivity
- A powerful question to ask your employees
- How can leaders keep their people engaged and connected?
- Healthy boundaries and burnout
- Being intentional with your culture
- The 3 guiding principles when creating an intentional culture in an organization
- Firing underperforming employees
- How a leader can step into conversations about race at work
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