Fusion 2.0 Conference – 2018 Recap

The Fusion 2.0 Conference, the inaugural gathering designed to inspire humanity in the workplace, brought together speakers who shared their experiences around humanity in the workplace with evidence-based stories and real impact. And it was filter-free, refreshing and liberating for all.

The Fusion 2.0 Conference, the inaugural gathering designed to inspire humanity in the workplace, brought together speakers who shared their experiences around humanity in the workplace with evidence-based stories and real impact. And it was filter-free, refreshing and liberating for all.

Crossing the Culture Chasm

You may have heard of the “Market Chasm.” That’s the leap a company must make in order to get the majority of customers buying its products or services, not just a small group of innovators and early adopters. (Most companies that try to cross the chasm fail.) If your organization wants to scale successfully—and remain successful for the long haul—there is an equally critical, yet often overlooked, leap it must make. We call it the Culture Chasm.

You may have heard of the “Market Chasm.” That’s the leap a company must make in order to get the majority of customers buying its products or services, not just a small group of innovators and early adopters. (Most companies that try to cross the chasm fail.)

If your organization wants to scale successfully—and remain successful for the long haul—there is an equally critical, yet often overlooked, leap it must make.

We call it the Culture Chasm.

How to Uncover your Organization’s Values

Values are a building block of culture; they define the mindsets and behaviors that are expected within your organization.

Values are a building block of culture; they define the mindsets and behaviors that are expected within your organization.

Master the Art of Connection

The greatest gift we can give another person is our understanding and empathy.

The greatest gift we can give another person is our understanding and empathy.

When Mental Illness Causes Toxicity in the Workplace – Accommodating to Avoid Triggers

What do you do when one employee’s behavior is causing disruption and conflict with co-workers because of frequent emotional outbursts and failure to work cooperatively and considerately, and they say it is because of their mental illness? Don’t give up on them.

What do you do when one employee’s behavior is causing disruption and conflict with co-workers because of frequent emotional outbursts and failure to work cooperatively and considerately, and they say it is because of their mental illness? Don’t give up on them.

Self-Acceptance for a Healthy Life

Here’s the truth: feelings of self-criticism and shame might motivate a few workouts or “good” eating days, but they motivate many more falls off the health wagon than on.

Here’s the truth: feelings of self-criticism and shame might motivate a few workouts or “good” eating days, but they motivate many more falls off the health wagon than on.

Creating a Culture of Coaching: How to Engage, Retain and Grow Better Employees

In many industries, companies are struggling to recruit good people and fighting even harder to retain them. What’s harder still is getting good people in, helping them grow to be even better employees, and then being the type of company that high-performing employees choose to stay at instead of going elsewhere. It’s a very real conundrum – but not an unsolvable one. That’s where coaching becomes so vital to the health of an organization.

In many industries, companies are struggling to recruit good people and fighting even harder to retain them. What’s harder still is getting good people in, helping them grow to be even better
employees, and then being the type of company that high-performing employees choose to stay at instead of going elsewhere. It’s a very real conundrum – but not an unsolvable one. That’s where coaching becomes so vital to the health of an organization.

Kittens, Biscuits, and Where We Live

The popularity of healthy behaviors where we live is not the crucial factor. These behaviors are sand against the tide of the context in which they occur. In other words, it’s about how people live in a community, and different states have different lifestyles.

The popularity of healthy behaviors where we live is not the crucial factor. These behaviors are sand against the tide of the context in which they occur. In other words, it’s about how people live in a community, and different states have different lifestyles.

Living Organizations are Flourishing Organizations

The number one focus of any leader is to create results and the most effective way of creating results, we have been taught, is to run our organizations like well-oiled machines. Therein lies the problem. It is not the lack of desire to create these flourishing organizations, it is the models we have for creating results that limits creativity, blocks innovation and diminishes engagement.

The number one focus of any leader is to create results and the most effective way of creating results, we have been taught, is to run our organizations like well-oiled machines. Therein lies the problem. It is not the lack of desire to create these flourishing organizations, it is the models we have for creating results that limits creativity, blocks innovation and diminishes engagement.

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