Dr. Steve Ambrose discusses why he and his wife founded the “Walk the Ridge” movement and explains its goals and values. He defines incivility, how it manifests itself, and its impact on workplace productivity and engagement. He’ll explain how emotional intelligence intersects with civility, how to frame and improve civility as a soft skill -and the role that HR leaders can play in such. We encourage you and your organization to get involved today.
A chiropractor by training, Steve ran his successful practice in Virginia for a number of years – seeing as many as 65 patients per day himself. He also developed two software patents in the area of claims cost containment. In 2014, he sold his practice and stepped into a leadership role in strategy for a national online consumer company. In 2017, he decided to get back into healthcare by creating a unique podcast for senior executive leaders called Red Hot Healthcare. It has become one of the fasting growing industry listens.
Because incivility presents as a continually growing challenge in business and many other facets of our society, Walk the Ridge got our attention.
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Neen James helps companies implement strategies around how to avoid distractions, stop interruptions, prioritize daily objectives, and get people to learn how to say ‘no’ to all those things that prevent them from reaching their goals. Neen is the author of nine books including Folding Time and her most recent book, Attention Pays. In 2017 she was named one of the top 30 leadership speakers by Global Guru. She has worked with companies like Viacom, BMW, Pfizer, Comcast and the FBI, among others. Neen’s background is in learning and development and managing teams, and she has worked in banking, telecom and the energy industries.
For all show notes please visit www.hrstudiopodcast.com/neen-james.
In his career, Tony Moore has worked in four different turnaround environments and led the people side of five mergers, personally turning company cultures around and driving results within organizations by focusing on culture. It has placed him in the unique position of understanding and valuing culture as the key to organizational performance. Through his experience designing and implementing culture, Tony now serves as a culture architect to organizations. He is also an author, trainer, speaker, experienced developer and seasoned HR professional.
In this episode, Tony explains what is meant by “Culture in 4D”, why culture is critical to achieving organizational results, and the relationship between engagement and culture. He offers HR leaders his insights to why and how to build strong cultures, including how to make the case to organizational leaders for engaging employees in culture change initiatives.
For all show notes visit www.hrstudiopodcast.com/tony-moore.