Culture Insights Blog

Published on 04 Jun 2018

Most teams get caught up in the day to day cycle and have the same problems again and again, getting stuck in a cycle of ineffective behaviours. Here are 8 things Constructive teams don't do, in order to be effective

Published on 31 May 2018

On this podcast we talk about what ‘Toxic Culture’ really means, how it forms, and what can be done about it.

Published on 17 May 2018

In this episode of the podcast, we answer a listener's question about how to deal with a teammate they think is being competitive with them. 

Published on 10 May 2018

In this episode of the podcast we talk about the pay off and the trade-off of thinking and behaving in highly competitive ways. We also give tips about how to shift from a Competitive mindset to Achievement and Self Actualising instead.

Published on 01 May 2018

Culture Bites Podcast: In this episode of the podcast, we answer a letter from a listener who is trying to have development conversations with their direct report but the report just doesn’t seem to be able to recognise their own improvement areas.

Published on 27 Apr 2018

Liana Sangster has spent countless hours in interviews and coaching conversations. If there is one thing she has learnt, it is just how ‘make or break’ hiring decisions are to every organisation. Liana shares her tips for knowing how to spot a Constructive mindset in potential candidates

Published on 23 Apr 2018

Culture Bites Podcast; In this episode, we talk about what leaders struggle with when it comes to delegation and how they can change their mindset that might be getting in the way of them delegating effectively.

Published on 17 Apr 2018

Culture Bites Podcast; In this episode, we answer a letter from a listener who is trying to move their team from Passive to Constructive. 

Published on 26 Mar 2018

Changing an organisations culture can be difficult; What is a ‘reasonable’ goal for measurable culture change and how long does it take to change from a Passive/Defensive or Aggressive/Defensive culture to a Constructive one? Shaun McCarthy answers these questions often posed by our clients

Published on 16 Mar 2018

Self-actualised people are able to live in, and enjoy the present moment. Freed from the belief that self-worth is related to being approved or recognised by others, these individuals actively take a higher degree of responsibility for themselves and are motivated by their own values and beliefs.