Season 4, Episode 9: What if...businesses turned down the suck to turn up their possible?
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What if...businesses turned down the suck to turn up their possible? with Tim Sweet, Team Work Excellence

On this episode, we dive on in and learn:

  • That business is a relatively new human experience
  • Work can no longer be a fixed experience, but one that's in constant flux
  • Why the destruction of old systems allows teams to be stronger and help people achieve their potential
  • What re-norming is and why it's needed today
  • In order for teams to grow together, they must feel involved in the culture development
  • Leaders cannot be passive; they must be active participants in their team
  • Tim's 3 Trust Pillars: logic through understanding, empathy for greater connection, and authenticity for consistency
  • Workplaces are emotional experiences
  • Hybrid teams bring a new threat to team trust
  • What the difference between suboptimal and optimal/high-performing teams is
  • What "high-performing" actually means
  • To question if we have the right metrics for success
  • Great leaders can still fail if the company structures, processes, design, and strategy are not set up correctly
  • The interconnectivity of all factors for team failure
  • The difference between capacity and WILLING capacity
  • Why leadership is not taught in business school ('s a private journey)
  • The health of the individual relies on the health of the whole
  • Tim's answer to "What if...businesses realized that they are people too?" (1:00:52)

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