Thomas Jefferson discovered the antidote to cocktail parties, small talk, and the otherwise meaningless business and professional networking formats we've been subjected to for decades. We experimented with his "novel" approach to see if we could reinfuse the true art of conversation into the world-of-work. It seems to have resonated.
The Right Kind of Grit May Not Be What You Think It Is
February 1, 2017
Our Culture Chat podcasts have sparked so much conversation that we're inviting our podcast interviewees to post a few thoughts following their podcast interview. Here's a follow up to our conversation with Caroline Miller, Author of Getting Grit: The Evidence-Based Approach to Cultivating Passion, Perseverance and Purpose.
Our Culture Chat podcasts have sparked so much conversation that we're inviting our podcast interviewees to post a few thoughts following their podcast interview. Here's the first such post, a follow up to our conversation with Erin Diehl at Improve It.
Community Manager Appreciation Day is today! We are proud to sponsor this event and excited to present a full lineup of sessions all viewable through the Twitter stream - follow along here and thank a community manager today.
The Culture Chat Podcast: On Building a Culture of Accountability
January 8, 2017
This episode features a fascinating conversation with Jonathan Raymond, CEO of Refound and author of Good Authority, a book about how to align personal and professional growth. How do you hold people accountable without acting like a jerk? How do you create a culture where accountability is welcomed and desired and aligned with doing your best work?