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On today’s show we will be talking to Claudette Rowley, CEO of Cultural Brilliance and author of Cultural Brilliance: The DNA of Organizational Excellence. She is a certified coach through the Coaches Training Institute, a certified partner for the CultureTalk Survey, the creator of the Cultural Brilliance System™ and hosts a globally syndicated radio show.
During this episode you’ll hear:
- What inspired Claudette to write the book Cultural Brilliance
- The definition of brilliant cultures and why they are important
- The biggest cultural challenges she is seeing in companies today
- Warning signs to tell if your culture is in trouble
- Cultural Brilliance System, what it is and how it helps organizations
- What authentic cultures are
- The definition of Adaptogen Design
- How historical culture can impact present-day efforts
- The best ways to integrate cultural change
- What the role of leadership has in company culture
- Why leaders have a hard time assessing—and addressing—their cultures
- The best way for leaders to participate in creating a brilliant culture
- The biggest mistakes leaders make regarding their organizational culture
- Why we need to adapt to change more quickly and skillfully
- What a “cultural safety zone” is
- Current cultural trends
Jonathan Krueger is an Investment Advisor Representative with Lion Street Advisors, LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor. Opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect those of Lion Street Advisors, LLC or LionsGate Advisors. The topics discussed, and opinions given are not intended to address the specific needs of any listener. Neither Lion Street Advisors, LLC nor LionsGate Advisors offer legal or tax advice; listeners are encouraged to discuss their financial needs with the appropriate professional regarding your individual circumstance.
Claudette Rowley, Cultural Brilliance CEO, is a change management consultant, cultural designer, and executive coach. Claudette is passionate about helping leaders and organizations resolve complex organizational problems in ways that honor the intelligence of their cultural system and the brilliance of their people. She helps organizations create cultures that pro-actively adapt to change in ways that decrease stress, inspire learning, and promote organizational health.
For the almost 20 years, Claudette has consulted, trained and coached executive leaders and teams at Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, higher education, and start-ups to create a pro-active and innovative workplace culture that delivers outstanding results throughout all areas of an organization.
Claudette’s background includes experience working with technology companies such as Medtronic, Cell Signaling Technology, and Reveal Imaging, educational institutions such as Boston University School of Law and MIT, as well as non-profit organizations, and small businesses. In addition, Claudette leads systemic cultural transformations and coaches individuals and teams to manage conflict and communicate strategically in a wide range of complex situations such as systemic conflict, business partner and co-leader disputes, and disruptions resulting from rapid organizational or cultural changes. Since 1993, she has designed organizational programs that solve complex problems, receive high reviews, and create buy-in and engagement.