Culture, values, and ownership are words organizations use every day. Do you really know what they mean for, your team, and your organization? Kevin and Joe Tye, author and CEO and Head Coach of Values Coach, discuss corporate culture. Joe challenges us to think about corporate values and define your culture in 6 words. These need to be intentional and unique to create the workplace you want.
Improvement is not linear. We get better and we hit a plateau. Further, it becomes difficult to find the resources to help us get better. Mark Sanborn, president of Sanborn & Associates, Inc., an idea studio dedicated to developing leaders in business and in life and author joins Kevin to discuss potential and results. His latest book, The Potential Principle, focuses on closing the gap between how good you are now and how good you can be.
In this episode of the Remarkable Leadership Podcast, Victor Prince and Kevin take you on a journey along the Camino Way. The Camino de Santiago is a series of ancient trails across Spain. This was once a spiritual route and now often used by hiking enthusiasts, Victor spent a month hiking the trail as he had the time and the desire. He did not expect to write a book about his adventure and yet the trail gave him time to focus on the 7 values pilgrims are asked to follow while on the trail and how those values can help in work and life off the Camino.
Brian Buffini, the author of The Emigrant Edge – How to Make It Big in America and trainer, came to America at 19 looking for a tan. An accident and medical bills provided him an opportunity to live the American Dream, for which he is grateful. Today he runs a multi-million dollar company where all the employees hold each other accountable for the core values. Kevin and Brian discuss learning, gratitude and the importance of self-leadership.