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The Covid-19 pandemic changed the way the world works. Whether temporarily or something more permanent, everyone experienced some sort of remote work with their organization. Many organizations discovered that it was a great new flexibility to offer employees and some organizations resisted the change. But like it or not, this new way of work is here to stay and today’s guest shares with us just how beneficial it can be.
Gustavo Razzetti is a business consultant based out of Chicago and he spends his time helping organizations intentionally design their culture. What he has found is that organizations are not short of talented people and resources, but oftentimes don’t create a culture open to innovation. In our conversation today, Gustavo explains how to go about creating the culture you want by first understanding the one you currently have.
Gustavo is an author of recent release Your People’s Work is Remote, Not Distant and the message is clear and so relevant. Listen on to find ways you can support the flexibility of your team and make the mindset shifts necessary to develop the culture you want within your organization.
What We Talked About in This Episode:
- Gustavo’s role as a culture designer
- The misconception of what culture is
- What caused the shift in the connection between culture and work
- The difference between the culture a leader has and what they want
- Culture as a result of psychology and safety
- The Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on workplace culture
- Surprising effects of remote and hybrid models of work
- Basing your model on the work and not the person
- Common mistakes in designing workplace culture
- Mindset shifts that are key to culture change
- The message of Gustavo’s recent book
- Gustavo’s book recommendation and daily rituals
About Our Guest:
One of the world’s leading workplace culture thinkers, Gustavo Razzetti’s forward-thinking ideas, tools, and books are helping leaders and teams do the best work of their lives. His purpose is to help people and organizations overcome limitations and become the best versions of themselves.Gustavo Razzetti is the author of four business books on culture and teamwork. His insights on workplace culture and remote teams have been featured in The New York Times, the BBC, Psychology Today, Forbes, and Fortune. Over his 30-plus year career, Razzetti has worked directly with leaders and organizations ranging from Fortune 500 to startups, nonprofits, and everything in between – on every continent but Antarctica.
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