Each week the PBD team answer frequently asked questions on The Culture Couch. Watch the boys give their experience to support culture and performance change.
Do you generally start with teams that are low performing?
How do you manage different personalities?
How do you deal with the talented people that don't follow the rules?
What has changed for leaders in this COVID period in terms of buildin meaningful relationships at work?
We hear a lot about leadership groups in sport. Do we put the same emphasis in business as we do in sport?
Can you change culture from the bottom up?
What do you do if your boss is old school?
What is the biggest challenge opportunity with employing millennials? What do you think is the best way to maximize their output?
Can you share three to four tips on how leaders can display more communication? Or their how they can demonstrate better communication the staff in the office?
We talk a lot about or we hear a lot about leadership groups in football and in sport, and they're really, really important. Are they equally as important in the corporate world?
How do you make culture that is sustainable?
What do you do, when you have the wrong people in your leadership team?
I'm a young person in a new company, and aspire to become a leader. Any advice?
Why do leaders continually put up with poor behavior?
What is the role of the board in creating high performing cultures?
We've had to rejig our organization we're joining teams to become, we joined two teams to become one team. How do I join those teams together effectively?
Isn't the leader's job to communicate when good and bad?
I've got a plumbing company with a limit 11 plumbers, they are all men, and they aren't into either sharing their feelings or holding each other accountable. Would your system work for us?
I've got a sports background. What advice to someone who feels the lack of team in a corporate environment?
I love where our work and the environment but I must say I struggle on a Monday as I don't know much about sport and everyone seems to be talking about it, and I guess it is really prevalent, isn't it?
Does it get lonely when you're trying to make changes? Like how and how do you, how do you counteract that?
Do leaders have the change some of their role coming out of this COVID period?
Do CEOs need a coach themselves?
I'm frustrated because we are a siloed company and we don't really function as a team
I seem to be always busy. I'm not sure that I'm doing the work that I really want to do and building strong relationships
Every time we try to give feedback at work, it seems to turn into a joke. Any tips?
We're in a growth period of our organization and have a great culture. We're about to recruit some more people and are worried that that might impact negatively on that culture. Any suggestions about recruitment and the onboarding process?
When is the best time to start a cultural change program?
What is the biggest hindrance to success of the PBD system?