There has been a lot of commentaries recently on sexual harassment in the workplace. Whether it is the focus on Silicon Valley tech companies, accusations around Hollywood, issues in the hospitality industry, or revelations at the White House, it seems every organization’s culture needs to reconsider how it creates a respectful and safe environment, not [...]
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What Our Young People’s Response to the Latest Mass Shooting Is Teaching Us About Our Future Workforce
Wow! It is inspiring to see the uproar of activism from our children in response to the latest school shooting, yet embarrassing that this younger generation feels that they need to take action because we cannot. As survivor David Hogg reminds us all, “We’re children. You guys are the adults. You need to take some action [...]
Welcome back to the Culture Hacker blog series. Today, I want to talk about coaching, and more specifically, providing feedback. Feedback, by definition, is a process by which information is given to a person about the outcome of an action, process, or activity. Feedback plays a critical role in developing, retaining, and inspiring your employees. [...]
Since publishing my new book, Culture Hacker, a couple of months ago, I have had some great conversations and brainstorming sessions with Human Resource leaders and Executives across organizations about how to hack their culture and improve their overall employee experience. One outcome has been the development of my ‘Four C’s’ that I believe highlight [...]
When it comes to the acquisition and retention of top employees, companies are going far beyond the salary. They are beginning to look inward, developing programs focussed on cultivating a positive and empowering environment. Initiatives to build and improve corporate culture are now at the top of the priority list, and big firms are getting creative. I caught up with Shane Green, Author of Culture Hacker, TV Personality, and organizational culture expert to discuss why this aspect of corporate life is a growing topic of discussion, and should be considered of the utmost importance.
How to build a Training Culture that develops skills, stimulates thinking, and improves performance.
SGEi is a training and communications company that works with companies across multiple industries and in over 30 countries around the world. Our team designs and delivers customized learning experiences at all levels of an organization. As a result of our experience, we wish to offer some advice when developing your own comprehensive internal training [...]
Corporate culture can make or break a company. Corporate culture consultant Shane Green joins us to explain which companies are winning the culture game, and why culture is so important to millennials. With the extreme example of Uber as a guide, Green says, it's clear to see how internal culture can affect both the product and perception of an organization.
Since publishing my new book, Culture Hacker, a couple of months ago, I have had some great conversations and brainstorming sessions with Human Resource leaders and Executives across organizations about how to hack their culture and improve their overall employee experience.
What's next for large companies? Are they ready for the shifts taking place as a new generation defines today's workforce? Or will they remain stuck in their old ways? Answering these questions is critical as business leaders face multiple shifts at once. The workforce is changing, becoming younger. Boomers are retiring and being replaced by Millennials, who now make up the majority of the workforce. Technology is also requiring enterprises to rapidly innovate and adapt to new attitudes and preferences.
Google’s recent response to a viral anti-diversity memo shows a major shift from focusing on the customer to focusing on employees and company culture, says Shane Green president and founder of global consulting firm SGEi. Google distanced itself from the memo and refused to back down from its decision to fire the author, even though it received intense backlash, Green tells CNBC Make It.