Category Archives: Organizational Culture

The Transformative Power of Servant Leadership

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-8wujv-b2c8c1 In this episode of the podcast, Jeremy Couch discusses the power of servant leadership to transform people and organizations, and he outlines some of the key behaviors of servant leaders. Jeremy shares part two of his talk at the 2019 Servant Leadership Conference at Palm Beach Atlantic University.

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The Existential Dangers of a Toxic Culture

One of the most important responsibilities of a leader is to shape the culture of the organization or team they lead. More specifically, their responsibility is to create a culture that brings out the best in people — a thriving culture. However, and unfortunately, too many organizations are plagued by toxic cultures that are diminishing, discouraging, and dysfunctional. Sometimes this

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Toxic: How an Unhealthy Culture Can Kill Your Organization

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-wgg7q-ade97a How would you characterize the culture of your organization or team? In this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch discusses the importance of organizational culture and explains what a toxic culture looks like. He identifies the signs to look out for and then contrasts the detrimental effects of a toxic culture with the positive attributes of a thriving culture.

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Organizational Health Begins With Awareness

An organization’s success depends on a number of essential factors, including the quality of products or services offered, strategy, marketing, customer service, and financial resources, to name a few. As important as each of these are, there is an intangible component that can make or break an organization—organizational health. “Organizational health is the single greatest competitive advantage in any business.”

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