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In this episode, Steven Morris and Dr. Kevin Sansberry II discuss:The Four “Horsemen” of Workplace MasqueradeDid the pandemic make workplaces intolerable? Practicing self-love and positive self-talkThe most important values of a leader  Key Takeaways:Remember the four “horsemen” of workplace masquerade: facades conformity, cultural theatre, courage, and avoidance. People avoid being their authentic self if the environment does not encourage it or feels safe enough to do so. The pandemic didn’t make a lot of workplaces intolerable, it actually exacerbated intolerable workplacesChange a part of your life where you’re going to spend time with you and for you for 5 minutes a day. If you don’t know yourself, you won’t know what impact you have on other people. Self-love is not vanity, it’s sanity.Behind every great person, there’s a circle of great people. If leaders display humility, the organization would end up generating more ideas and be more united. A leader must also be a healer, a vessel of compassion that inspires their organization to be healers of the world as well.   "There’s far too many leaders who coasted by simply because of their positional power and now covid is requiring you to be more empathetic,  now the market and the employees are demanding you to be more people-first. If you’re not, they’re gonna leave." —  Dr. Kevin Sansberry II Dr. Kevin Sansberry II’s book recommendations: The Untethered Soul, by Michael Singer - https://www.amazon.com/Untethered-Soul-Journey-Beyond-Yourself/dp/1572245379/ Connect With Dr. Kevin Sansberry II:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevindsansberry/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/toxicleadershippodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ToxicLeaderShow YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJH-Z6f3ZjdE5v40S6LVMKA/featured TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@toxicleadershippocast?lang=en  Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven Morris:Website: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris and Dorie Clark discuss: How to approach and carve out an “indirect career path” that is still anchored in who you areThe importance of making time for long-term planning and then following through with itApplying strategic thinking without disrupting the day to day flowThe importance of serendipity in business and how to leave space for it Key Takeaways:Dorie’s goal is to help individuals and companies get their message heard is an noisy and crowded environmentLater in your career you must be more selective about where you put your time and energy, because your experience has made it more valuableYou have to align your day to day activities with your long-term future vision Limit yourself to 1 personal and 2 professional goals and focus on them for 6 months  "We all kind of have to go through that gauntlet of commoditization and anonymity in order to break through to the other side of being able to individualize ourselves in the marketplace and have people thank us for it." —  Dorie Clark   Connect with Dorie Clark:Website: https://dorieclark.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/dorieclarkLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/geneearly/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dorieclark/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dorieclarkauthor/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/DorieClarkLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doriec/ Book Recommendations:Find all of Dorie’s books here: https://www.amazon.com/Dorie-Clark/e/B009FBO664?ref_=dbs_p_pbk_r00_abau_000000 Song of Spider Man Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven Morris:Website: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris and Gene Early discuss:The journey to one’s selfParadox of vulnerabilityExperiencing agapeElders and leaders Key Takeaways:Our origin story is so important, it’s the narrative that we live - though not always articulated or aware of. It’s a narrative that gets created through an event or a series of things that brings out a compelling motivation.Vulnerability is a direct path towards transformation.You are enough and one way for you to transition into believing that is by drawing from a deep well of love, by experiencing it truly in its most genuine form.“Elders” in business must own a core identity of leadership, be able to lead beyond self-interest, and is also full of wisdom and experience. When a leader is an elder, people will want to serve and give their best."The holy grail is the wholeness itself… returning home is really returning home to self." —  Gene Early  Connect with Gene Early:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/geneearly/Email: Gene.Early@gmail.com Book Recommendations:The Nature of OrderThe Hidden Messages of WaterWhat Should I Do with My Life Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven Morris:Website: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris, Libby Wagner and Owen Ó Súilleabháin discusses:Commodifying arts and the artistry of conversationWhat does artistry really mean?Reverence and humilityBeauty in business, in leadership and in life Key Takeaways:Conversation is an artform and it’s more studied in companies or businesses.Artistry is the impulse and the yearning to create. It’s the genius that visits us. It could also be a need that arises.Reverence is humility. It's about creating and nourishing what has been created. It is also honoring the world of possibilities and really serving for the greater good of those around them.People want a beautiful life and a beautiful business but of course, corruption and loneliness is ever-present in an imperfect world. Once a leader comes face to face with this reality and attains humility, we admit that we want a different way. We have to let go of models, ideas, and mindsets that aren't serving us. "When we approach our world like a work of art, suddenly things start to flow and we start to move in conversation with the world around us and things start to change." —  Owen Ó Súilleabháin Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/Check out The Studio: https://studioleadership.com/ Connect With Libby WagnerWebsite http://www.libbywagner.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/libbywagner/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boardroompoetTwitter: https://twitter.com/boardroompoet Connect WIth Owen Ó SúilleabháinWebsite: https://www.owenandmoley.com/ | https://www.pbs.org/video/owen-and-moley-o-suilleabhain-eksjuw/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/owen-%C3%B3-s%C3%BAilleabh%C3%A1in-95422b3/ Connect With Steven MorrisWebsite: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris and Sarah Santecroce discusses:When work doesn’t feel like workLearning from the pandemicA better way to market your businessEvolution of marketing  Key Takeaways:You know you’re doing something right when your work feels good and when you profit from it in multidimensional ways - not only in monetary value, but in meaning, in life, and in impact on others. People come out of the pandemic like they didn’t learn anything from it - some jump right into the rat race, forgetting how the pandemic taught them what to value the most. When Marketing becomes solely focused on wanting to sell more - it becomes soul-less. We can redeem marketing when we present ourselves in a humane way, with authenticity and integrity, without the desire to manipulate or trick the audience into getting converted into your business, but rather - enticing them with your genuine and full identity. Passion, personal power, partnership - these are new key principles in marketing. They focus on the being and not the doing.  "Manipulative [marketing]... work to attract instant audiences, they work to add money to your bank account. They don't work to build a sustainable business, you will never escape the hustle because you need to keep hustling to get more to the door." —  Sarah Santecroce Connect With Sarah Santecroce: Website: https://sarahsantacroce.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahsantacroce/Twitter: https://twitter.com/sarahsantacroceFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarahsantacroce  Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven MorrisWebsite: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris discusses:The role and responsibility of designers and creativesLeading with awareness and authenticityExperiencing vulnerability and doing meaningful workHow business should impact others  Key Takeaways:Creatives have a greater responsibility to understand the impact they have on the people they influence. Giving yourself a licence to be seen as a Human is a beautiful way to be a leader. Vulnerability doesn’t get easier, but it gets easier to recognize the value and the courage it takes to be vulnerable. A beautiful business is one that has a clear idea of what they’re about and people who are part of it and interact with it feel seen, supported valued. "Vulnerability doesn’t necessarily get easier… I want to be vulnerable more because I see the value of what that vulnerability can get me to." —  Justin Ahrens  Connect With Justin Ahrens: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinahrens/Website: https://rule29.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/justinahrens  Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven Morris:Website: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
Nicolas Petit: GSK Culture

Nicolas Petit: GSK Culture

2021-11-0801:03:45

In this episode, Steven Morris and Nicolas Petit discuss:The engine of corporate cultureMovement: bringing humanity to the workplaceTaking advantage of organizational network analysisThe hidden strength of weak ties Key Takeaways:Corporate culture transforms all according to what behaviors and stories are spread from peer-to-peer.Let your mission be more than just following orders, achieving something or getting results, let your mission be all about changing people’s lives.Recognize who are the nodes, the periphery, and the brokers. Pay attention especially to the brokers for their existence as an intermediary between subgroups promotes innovation and encourages connection.In music, harmony isn’t when everybody’s singing the same note - but when everybody’s singing different notes, coming from different perspectives but aligned to the same key.Weak ties are better than strong ties for encouraging innovative thinking. We must prioritize bringing back the weak ties aspect in the virtual workplace in order for the organization and its members to benefit from it. "It takes courage to let go. As leaders, we tend to want to be in control because we’re afraid of the consequences it may have on us but if you let go, magic happens. You need to have the courage to show your own vulnerabilities, close your eyes and enjoy the show." —  Nicolas Petit Connect with Nicolas Petit:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/njupinpetit/ Resources mentioned in the episode:From Distraction to Augmentation with Pattie Maes: https://youtu.be/yrHTncDuQL4?t=1245The Alter Ego project: https://www.media.mit.edu/projects/alterego/overview/Amplifying human intelligence using AI: https://hbr.org/2019/04/how-wearable-ai-will-amplify-human-intelligencethe Teal Around The World (TATW) community: https://www.tealaroundtheworld.com/“Social Physics” by Alex "Sandy" Pentland: https://www.amazon.com/Social-Physics-Networks-Make-Smarter/dp/0143126334How Good Ideas Spread by Sandy Pentland: https://youtu.be/HMBl0ttu-Ow  Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven MorrisWebsite: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris and Jenny Blake discusses:The Great RecalibrationTips for overgiving people pleasersFinding your zone of geniusTrusting your intuition  Key Takeaways:You don’t have to leave your job in order to recalibrate. But it does take some honesty to recognize that what you’re doing is already draining you - at that point, it might be necessary to make a change towards a direction that makes you feel more alive. Pause before you make a decision. Ask yourself, “is this something I’ll be super excited about if I was making the request?”, if you don’t feel excited about making that request, it probably should end up as a no. What is your childhood wound? Whatever it is you felt could be your zone of genius - something that you’re going to be passionate about doing for others.Intuition is a valuable asset when it comes to making good, life-enriching decisions. It’s about looking for what makes you feel excited.  "Free time is either… to be present with your loved ones or with yourself… the other way - freeing our time to do our best work" —  Jenny Blake Check out Greetabl by clicking here: https://greetabl.com/ Jenny’s recommended books: Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration by Penney Pierce - https://www.amazon.com/Frequency-Personal-Vibration-Penney-Peirce/dp/1582702152Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead by Tosha Silver - https://www.amazon.com/Outrageous-Openness-Letting-Divine-Take/dp/1476793484 Connect With Jenny Blake: Website: https://www.pivotmethod.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenny_blakeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennyblakeEmail: Hello@pivotmethod.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/pivotmomentumFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/pivotbook/Podcast: https://www.pivotmethod.com/podcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ-nun3N5_8xNQvzTct1Oxg   Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven Morris:Website: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris and Chris Cooper discusses:What is Elevation and why is it important?Key things that leaders must know Income-focused businesses versus Beautiful BusinessesCreating a legacy with your business Key Takeaways:Elevation is an inner journey in the leader to be the best version of themselves and to inspire their members to be the best version of themselves too. It’s taking something to a new level, where it’s never been before. Be a “we” oriented leader, address global issues in a way that transcends the “me” part of the equation.Focus on making money in your company and you’ll end up having a lot of money but losing a lot of people. Business can be more than just profit, it can be an avenue in which you and your team can serve the world in one shape or form. Think beyond growth, think about legacy. How would you want to have impacted the world when you’re past the finish line? "Beautiful businesses is something that flows and it flows downstream, together, and creates something special for it’s communities, customers, and people" —  Chris Cooper “In compassion and grace, be like the sun...In concealing others’ faults, be like the night...In generosity and helping others, be like a river...In anger and fury, be like the dead...In modesty and humility, be like the earth...In tolerance, be like the sea...Either appear as you are, or be as you appear..” — Rumi Connect With Chris Cooper:Website: https://chriscooper.co.uk/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisdcooperTwitter: http://twitter.com/chrisdcooper   Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven MorrisWebsite: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris and Gay Hendricks discuss:Living to inspire others to live their best lifeBreaking through your upper limit Loving yourself and loving othersMaking relationships work Key Takeaways:The great joy of life is being able to do what you most love to do while you’re doing things that inspire other people to do what they want to doRecognize your upper limit - know what you or someone or some event done to your perception of how far you can go and enter your zone of creative genius. Feeling burnt out? Ask yourself what it is that you really love to do. Start 10 minutes a day doing what you most love to do. You can’t give what you don’t have and in the same way, the more love you have for yourself, the more you could give to others.A cycle of blaming and victimhood does not solve anything or benefit anyone. Cultivate a relationship of trust, responsibility, and creativity.  "There’s this one quotation that I find so inspiring: ‘if you bring forth, what is within you, what is within you will save you’. To me that’s the essence of bringing forth your genius because it has health benefits and wealth benefits." —  Gay Hendricks Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven MorrisWebsite: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris discusses:What is Presenteeism?The issue with presenteeismAbsenteeism versus presenteeismCreating business with both meaning and profitKey Takeaways:The Beautiful Business (book) offers an antidote to both Absenteeism and Presenteeism.Presenteeism is when people show up in work, but are not productive in the job which happens because of many factors like burnout, conflict or a lack of chemistry with their teammates and more.People who just show up for the job aren’t going to be as productive as someone who’s committed, devoted and feel like they belong to a team.The company loses more due to presenteeism than absenteeism.Business that is beautiful is a business that focuses on seeking more than just profit, but meaning - reaching out to impact the lives of members and clients positively, creating value for each one."Folks who feel like they belong in a team, are typically going above and beyond to make sure that the business, the customers, and coworkers are treated well and with the utmost of respect." —  Steven Morris  Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Steven MorrisWebsite: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris and Denise Lee Yohn discuss:Importance of aligning your brand identity with your internal cultureUnderstanding leaders and how to lead effectivelyReconciling faith or belief with careerHaving good personal branding versus showing your genuine selfAdvice for younger people or those who aspire to level up their careerKey Takeaways:Cultivating a strong brand identity or good culture starts from within the companyLet your personal values be integrated into how you work - don't keep your belief and career separate.Have an "others" leadership mindset - always ask how you can make others better.Setting up a personal brand is all about manipulating how others experience you but you can let go and just be your genuine and authentic self and let that shine."Have your own definition of success, be clear about that and own it for yourself… establish your own core values that will guide what you do and how you do it" —  Denise Lee Yohn Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Denise Lee Yohn:Website: https://deniseleeyohn.com/LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/deniseleeyohnYouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/dyohn1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Denise-Lee-Yohn/103500413478Twitter: https://twitter.com/deniseleeyohn   Connect With Steven MorrisWebsite: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
In this episode, Steven Morris and Denise Lee Yohn discuss:Importance of aligning your brand identity with your internal cultureUnderstanding leaders and how to lead effectivelyReconciling faith or belief with careerHaving good personal branding versus showing your genuine selfAdvice for younger people or those who aspire to level up their careerKey Takeaways:Cultivating a strong brand identity or good culture starts from within the company Let your personal values be integrated into how you work - don't keep your belief and career separate. Have an "others" leadership mindset - always ask how you can make others better. Setting up a personal brand is all about manipulating how others experience you but you can let go and just be your genuine and authentic self and let that shine. "Have your own definition of success, be clear about that and own it for yourself… establish your own core values that will guide what you do and how you do it" —  Denise Lee Yohn Get "The Beautiful Business" book by clicking on this link: https://the-beautiful-business.com/ Connect With Denise Lee Yohn:Website: https://deniseleeyohn.com/LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/deniseleeyohnYouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/dyohn1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Denise-Lee-Yohn/103500413478Twitter: https://twitter.com/deniseleeyohn   Connect With Steven MorrisWebsite: https://matterco.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenmorris111/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matter_smorris/Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenMMorris
Welcome to Beautiful Business, the podcast where functional evolves into beautiful.Many business owners strategize the purpose and function of their business, but few strive to make it “beautiful.” Each week, listen in as Steven Morris and his guests discuss brand, culture, and business strategies that will create new ways to shape your beautiful business. If you are ready to evolve your business from functional to beautiful, this is the podcast for you.Download a free chapter of Steve’s book, The Beautiful Business, go to beautifulbusinesspodcast.com. 
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