Effective facilitation changes everything: make the most of your meetings, teams, and company culture with proper facilitation practices.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Alla Weinberg about her career as a UX Designer turned Culture Designer and thought leader. She starts with reflections on why she became a Culture Designer. Later, Alla discusses the differences of safety and trust. We also discuss the relationship between psychological safety and the state of the nervous system. Listen in for insights into how to build better relationships and connection at work.
Leading meetings the right way starts with embracing the art of facilitation. Give your meetings a makeover and reclaim lost time and energy.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Melanie Parish about her long career as a Leadership Coach. She starts with reflections on her approach to coaching which prioritizes experimentation. Later, Melanie talks about radical inclusion and the reframe she uses to help others broaden the range of topics they can discuss. We also discuss the importance of feedback cultures and personal wellness. Listen in for insights into leadership essentials.
Team building is the key to creating a connected company culture: Challenge disconnection by prioritizing confidence, cohesion, and creativity in your team.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Taina Carvalho about her career as a Brand Manager turned Change Management thought leader. She starts with reflections on the experience she gained early in her career that still serves her today. Later, Taina discusses the importance of meeting her clients where they are when supporting Change Initiatives. We also discuss how starting with a clear why, creating a culture of feedback, establishing metrics, and retrospectives are so important during change. Listen in for insights into finding balance between cultures of experimentation and playing it safe.
The best team meetings are intentional. Meaningful meetings create better conversations, company culture, and collaboration.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Brian Elliott about his career as an Executive and Future Of Work thought leader. He starts with reflections on how he’d like to influence the future of work. Later, Brian discusses the importance of building a source of understanding between people. We also discuss how somewhere in every organization there’s a pocket of people doing things differently and getting better results. Listen in for insights like why we should look at the principles by which we’d like to behave and start from there before change redesign.