The management and leadership of companies both big and small are constantly looking for new ways to develop a better work culture. This collection of speeches features a variety of tips and strategies for building not only a stronger and more cooperative work team, but also one that is more prone to creative and innovative thinking.
Innovation keynote speaker Jeremy Gutsche believes that at the root of a truly innovative company is a leader who exudes tolerance, openness and an enthusiasm for experimentation. Leaders must enable their team to try new things and to flex their creative muscles.
Zappos founder Tony Hsieh pinpoints camaraderie as the key to a better work culture. He stresses the importance of a team of workers being able to hang out and enjoy one another once work has been completed.
The speech by Jason Ryan Dorsey focuses on the role diversity plays in building a rock star work culture. Jason suggests that having people of different ages -- from the four generations that still exist -- is an effective way to spread a wide range of knowledge throughout a company.
Building a better work culture goes far beyond the technical skills team members possess and has much more to do with the personalities of workers.
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Core Values in Business
A Culture of Listening
The Basics of Starting a Business
Successful Core Values
How to Instigate for Change
Google's Innovative Culture
Diverse Boardroom Cultures
The Psychopathy of Leadership
Laughter in Business
Cultures of Collaboration
Diversity in the Workplace
Results-Only Work Environments
The Importance of Company Culture
How Corporations Lost Humanity
Competitive Vs. Collaborative
Recreating Corporate Culture
Creating Creative Cultures
Inspiring Innovative Culture
Perks of Camaraderie in Business
Making Corporate Friendships
Combining Generational Knowledge
Style & Substance in Branding
Building Corporate Skills
The Urgent Work Of Noticing
Diversifying the Office
From Laughter in Business to Making Corporate Friendships
Jaime Neely — July 3, 2014 —