Episode 35: Stereotype Threat

Episode 35: Stereotype Threat

Well... Voiceover Guy officially tried to take over...and then we stopped him. Our podcast has led us to opportunities that make meaningful change in the world and we share that. Josh has a fantastic business opportunity to share with you. Megan shares how we can learn from NASA, and we talk about stereotype threat. Additional Information: Systems can help you change your culture from a liability to an asset. https://thesystemsthinker.com/changing-organizational-culture-from-a-liability-to-an-asset/ You did it. Now do it again. https://www.dropbox.com/s/ub19w33gw7mt9fm/You%20Did%20It-Now%20Do%20It%20Again.pdf?dl=0 Academic Article- Stereotype Threat http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0146167214564969
Episode 31: Social Enterprise

Episode 31: Social Enterprise

This is an exciting episode! It's bring your kids to work day! Also, Josh's wife Megan joins us to share an announcement from The Packard Group. We have good suggestions for how companies should use their tax dollars, and we get to revisit Megan's hatred for Uber's ignorance of their own culture. Additional Information Apprenticeships with tax breaks https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-best-use-of-corporate-tax-cuts-is-investing-in-apprenticeship-programs-2018-02-20#false Uber Culture https://arstechnica.com/cars/2018/03/video-suggests-huge-problems-with-ubers-driverless-car-program http://fortune.com/2018/03/24/uber-self-driving-program-troubles/
Episode 28: Review Your Employer

Episode 28: Review Your Employer

Voiceover guy tries to sign us off in a different way... and at the beginning. Josh and Megan discuss how reviewing workplaces can work to everyone's advantage, and how that's changing the nature of workplace culture. We reflect on a workshop that we did for the National Speakers Association, and talk about how to be perfect... or not. Megan talks about the structure behind organizational culture because it is, in fact, a structure.
Episode 27: No More Policies

Episode 27: No More Policies

Megan is excited for seniors to get more access, and we get the chance to rant about policies. No. More. Policies. Josh and Megan don't think you should have NO policies, but they aren't the answer to everything. We talk about using research better and business that is consistently at the top of their game. One of our listeners gets some attention. Additional Information: Seniors get self-driving cars https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/10/16874410/voyage-self-driving-cars-villages-florida-retirement-communities Use your research better http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2015/07/07/how-can-your-research-have-more-impact-5-key-principles-tips/ Wegman's https://www.inc.com/suzanne-lucas/3-critical-things-i-learned-when-i-worked-for-wegmans.html  
Episode 17: Healthy Culture

Episode 17: Healthy Culture

Closing the loop in your research is more important than just doing the research, and Josh and Megan discuss why. Megan does NOT want to be hypnotized by Samsung, but does want you to consider what "healthy workplace culture" actually means and how to know if you have it. Changes in society come from the darndest places... like online dating... which has changed the nature of marriage. Megan has the best thing you haven't read this week about optimistic martyrs- and the overconfidence bias. Additional Info: Samsung is hypnotic https://www.cnet.com/news/samsung-just-hypnotized-me-through-my-computer-screen/ Healthy Company Culture https://blog.knowyourcompany.com/5-questions-that-reveal-if-a-company-has-a-healthy-workplace-culture-a725ee5618c5 Online dating is changing marriage https://www.technologyreview.com/s/609091/first-evidence-that-online-dating-is-changing-the-nature-of-society/ The overconfidence bias http://pure.iiasa.ac.at/4519/1/WP-95-077.pdf