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Only 30 percent employees are engaged in the average organization. In a Connection Culture this number can double leading to sustained superior performance. In this course, you’ll get actionable insights to develop a Connection Culture that increases employee engagement, productivity, and innovation.
The Connection Culture model: Vision, Value, & Voice
Oxytocin is known as the "trust chemical." Through social neuroscience we've learned more about the behaviors that promote trust, and the benefits for an organization. A recent article by Paul Zak from Claremont Graduate University offers an overview how to develop a high-trust organization. In this post you'll learn about the "trust chemical" and 5 practices to promote trust in your own work.
Some say intense pressure for results caused Volkswagen to install software that covered up diesel emissions during testing by the EPA. This raises the issue of how we make moral choices when under pressure. When under pressure, we sometimes lose connection to our moral compass and to its source: our attachment figures. However, it’s possible to build our moral compass and safeguard ourselves against moral drift in pressure-filled moments. In this post, you'll learn four practices to build your moral compass.
Society pressures us to strive for what David Brooks calls "resume virtues"--external success. This works in the short run, but often leaves us feeling empty. What we need to develop to find meaning in life is eulogy virtues--the virtues that lead to a life well lived. In this post, you'll learn four practices to develop eulogy virtues.