Season 8 Episode 14: How Your Team Becomes A Culture Differentiator

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Season 8 Episode 14: How Your Team Becomes A Culture Differentiator

Every leader and team wants the culture of their organization to be a differentiator. The best leaders and teams do 5 things that set them apart in good ways.

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Jason introduces Season 8 episode 14 of the podcast, How Your Team Becomes A Culture Differentiator. Welcome back to the podcast on corporate culture and leadership and thank you for listening. We engage thought leaders like CEOs, CFOs, managers, VPs, directors, and more for this podcast. We wish to create content that engages your mind and heart and allows you to step back and think and add some positivity to your life. We deep dive into today’s topic.

We can’t control everything but what we can control is our response. Still a lot of work to do but wanted to remind the audience what is within our control is the temperature we create in the organizations and teams we work with.

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“Only 23% of employees say that they trust the leadership of their team and their organization and the direction that it’s heading.”

Welcome to another insightful episode of The Thermostat with Jason V Barger. In Season 8 Episode 14, titled “How Your Team Becomes A Culture Differentiator,” Jason dives into the critical aspects of building a team culture that stands out in the marketplace. Let’s explore the key themes of this episode along with notable timestamps and pull quotes that capture the essence of Jason’s message.

So what are the 5 things great leaders do to that set them apart in great ways?

  1. Listen: Leaders actively listen to their team members, valuing their perspectives, feedback, and concerns. By creating an environment where everyone’s voice is heard, leaders foster trust and collaboration within their teams.
  2. Show Authenticity: Authentic leaders are transparent and genuine in their interactions. They share openly about challenges, successes, and their vision for the team or organization. This authenticity builds credibility and trust among team members.
  3. Demonstrate Empathy: Empathetic leaders understand and empathize with the experiences and emotions of their team members. They prioritize empathy in their communication and decision-making, creating a supportive and inclusive culture.
  4. Provide Logical Reasoning: Leaders articulate the rationale behind their decisions and the direction of the team or organization. By offering logical reasoning, leaders help team members understand the purpose and strategy behind their actions, fostering alignment and clarity.
  5. Engage with People: Proactive engagement with team members is essential for effective leadership. Leaders initiate conversations, seek input, and involve team members in decision-making processes. This engagement cultivates a sense of ownership and commitment among team members.

Notable Timestamps and Pull Quotes:

– [00:00:21] “The best leaders and team cultures in the world are the ones that make time to step back, breathe in good oxygen, and calibrate their thermostat.”

– [00:04:48] “Only 23% of employees say that they trust the leadership of their team and their organization and the direction that it’s heading.”

– [00:10:12] “In order to be differentiators…here are five things that we need to do: listen, show authenticity, show empathy, show logic, and engage with people.”

Questions to Ponder:

1. How can you build trust with your team members?
2. In what ways can you demonstrate authenticity and empathy within your team culture?
3. What logical reasoning can you provide to help your team better understand its direction?
4. How will you actively engage with your team to shape the future culture of your organization?

Conclusion:

In this episode of The Thermostat, Jason V Barger provides invaluable insights into how your team can become a culture differentiator in the marketplace. By focusing on authenticity, trust-building, empathy, and engagement, you can create a team culture that stands out and attracts top talent. As you reflect on the questions posed by Jason, remember that the future of leadership lies within each of us. Let’s strive to be thermostats, setting the temperature for positive change in our teams and organizations.

The Thermostat continues to be a beacon of inspiration and guidance for leaders seeking to elevate their team cultures. Stay tuned for more transformative episodes that will empower you on your leadership journey.

Upcoming episodes will focus on Human-Centered Leadership. Stay Tuned!


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Remember, the best leaders, teams, & cultures stimulate progress by recalibrating their thermostat together.


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Conversations and micro-thoughts to engage your mind and heart.

A thermostat is proactive. It sets the temperature in a room. Controls the temperature. Regulates the temperature. But in today’s distracted, fast-paced and digital world, it’s easy for individuals and organizations to act more like thermometers, slipping into reactionary thinking, becoming scattered and inconsistent. The most compelling leaders, teams, organizations, families, or collection of humans of any kind operate in thermostat mode. They calibrate their mind and heart to set the temperature for the vision and culture they want to create. Jason Barger, globally celebrated author, keynote speaker, and founder of Step Back Leadership Consulting, is the host of The Thermostat, a podcast journey to discover authentic leadership, create compelling cultures and find clarity of mission, vision, and values.

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