• Lech Guzowski

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Updated: Aug 26

Here are my 7 favourite company culture and leadership resources

They are resources I return to most often for guidance, knowledge or inspiration. It's a mix of books, videos, articles and podcast interviews some of which are quick and easy to consume, others require a bit of time investment. All of them are gifts that keep on giving. Enjoy!

1. An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organisation by Lisa Lahey and Robert Kegan [Book]

An amazing book in which the authors found and studied organisations they DDOs - Deliberately Developmental Organizations. A DDO is organized around the simple but radical conviction that organizations will best prosper when they are more deeply aligned with people's strongest motive, which is to grow. The book is full of ideas, guidance, frameworks but most of all an incredible eye opener how we can build our organisations.

Link: Amazon

2. Dare to Lead by Brene Brown [Podcast]

Conversations with change-catalysts, culture-shifters and more than a few troublemakers who are innovating, creating, and daring to lead.

Link: Dare to Lead podcast

3. Simon Sinek - People come before money [Video]

Every CEO on the planet knows that people are important, but do they put their people first? The irony is when our top priority is to take care of our people, our people will take care of the numbers.

Link: Youtube

4. Culture and Employer DNA with Radina Nedyalkova [Podcast interview]

An interview with Radina Nedyalkova from Vox Advisory who talks about what company culture actually is and you align it to your business goals to become an employer of choice.

Link: Nextep Remote Podcast (Spotify)

5. Developing Emotional Intelligence [Video]

Emotional intelligence provides a framework through which to apply standards of intelligence to emotional responses and understand that these responses may be logically consistent or inconsistent with particular beliefs about emotion. It's an ability vital to being a good leader but equally important in building quality relationships with other people.

Link: Youtube

6. Ryan Chatrand on how to create remote company culture and sense of community [Podcast interview]

Ryan is the CEO of X-team and has built and managed remote teams for over a decade. We spoke about what role company culture plays in building a sense of community among your people even if spread across the entire globe.

Link: Nextep Remote Podcast (Spotify)

7. Transforming your company culture using the Knoster T model [article]

This article explores counterbalances of the easy-to-like behaviours company cultures and how the transformation process can be managed using the Knoste T change management model.

Link: LinkedIn

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