ARTICLE SHARE: Harvard Business School Discusses How Changing Culture Requires a Movement

In this latest edition of CBST Adventures’ article share, we are sharing a recent article from the Harvard Business School discussing culture change. The article follows a case study of Dr. Reddy’s, a 33-year-old global pharmaceutical company.

Dr. Reddy’s CEO, G.V. Prasad, shares his first-hand account of how he brought about culture change in his company through partnering with innovation consultancy IDEO. Through this experience, Dr. Reddy’s learned to change the culture by creating an organic movement rooted in behavior and action and initiated by company executives and leaders.

This article is an absolutely fascinating read and has numerous implications for leadership development and team building. We couldn’t help but share it with the CBST Adventures community and we hope you enjoy it!

https://hbr.org/2017/06/changing-company-culture-requires-a-movement-not-a-mandate?utm_campaign=hbr&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social

CBST Adventures’ CEO Has Honest Conversation On Finding Your Life’s Purpose and the Entrepreneur’s Journey

CBST Adventures’ CEO Jay Irwin sat down with the StoryHinge Podcast for an honest and real conversation on Jay’s life story, particularly his search for meaning an purpose in life and the ups and downs of becoming an entrepreneur and running a company.

If you like longer form, deep dive podcasts such as The Tim Ferris Show, you love this conversation between Jay and StoryHinge podcast host Jason Vidaurri.

You can give the podcast a listen here.

Forbes Magazine Discusses Leadership Development as a Path to Becoming Our Highest Self

People often think as leadership as just a skill that they need for work. They simplify leadership as merely a concept that will make them a better manager, help them get a promotion, or land that raise they’ve been wanting. But what it leadership was about more? What if leadership development can actually transform people into better all-around human beings? Or better yet, what if leadership development can help people become the best version of themselves?

In a recent Forbes Magazine article, this very topic is explored in detail. Some powerful excepts from the article are ‘currently, only 20% of leaders act from a “creative” mind, one focused on caring connection, integrity, courageous authenticity, and community concern.’ While ‘75% of some of the world’s best leaders lead from what is called a “reactive” mind—a mind that is critical, distant, controlling, arrogant, and autocratic.’

At CBST Adventures, we see this data play out in real life. And we’re not judging leaders for it; rather, we want to walk alongside leaders and work with them to help them tap into their ‘creative’ minds and find the best versions of themselves. In doing this, we believe we’re unlocking they’re true potential, not just as a leader, but as an integrated person.

To read the article in detail, click here. 

 

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