DiscoverThe Rabbi and The Shrink#43: Nick Gallo - Succeed by Weaponizing Ethics
#43: Nick Gallo - Succeed by Weaponizing Ethics

#43: Nick Gallo - Succeed by Weaponizing Ethics

Update: 2021-12-23
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Why is business more like baseball than brain surgery?

Are we responding to a virtual world by creating a culture of mistrust?

Why don’t leaders recognize the profitability of a healthy company culture?


These and other critical questions are addressed when ethics evangelist Nick Gallo joins The Rabbi and the Shrink.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ngallo/

https://complianceline.com/

1:00 The resonance of ethics

The aspiration of culture and flexibility

Happiness comes from purpose

Serving by helping others help themselves


4:00 The value of culture first

Lean into your strengths and talents while improving your weaknesses

We don’t serve our cause or our partners by pressuring people to be automatons

A diverse community promotes vibrancy and creativity

You can’t sell an idea if you don’t live it yourself


9:00   Why don’t leaders recognize the profitability of a healthy company culture?

Our best intentions may not survive the pressure of the status quo

We don’t have patience to wait for change to improve our lives


13:00   COVID is the Great Revealer

Crisis brings out the best and the worst

Adaptability is the key to enduring success

How do we benefit from weaponized ethics?


15:00 Are we responding to a virtual world by creating a culture of mistrust?

The paradox of monitoring tools


19:00 A lot of our training is broken

Salespeople are forced to sell outdated solutions rather than participate in creating new ones

Imagine sales teams and creative teams working together


23:00 Why is compliance the enemy of ethics?

Using the law to subvert the law is a toxic mindset

Fear of change urges people to go backward


26:00 Hierarchy of values can work against us

Cultural values have to be lived, not just spoken

Compliance is the safety platform but doesn’t encourage growth


30:00 Always do what’s in the best interest of everyone

Risk, creativity, and vision

Ethics sherpas help leaders up the compliance mountain

Leaders project the values that define a culture


35:00 Children of heroes become heroes (and vice versa)

Followers are “children” of their leaders

You can’t make plants grow, you can only provide a healthy environment


40:00 Reframe anxiety as excitement

We live in exciting times if we visualize where we can go


43:00 The word of the day:  insouciant

We have to balance being free from anxiety against being careless and cavalier

We need a measure of tension if we are going to grow and achieve

Life is more like baseball than like brain surgery



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#43: Nick Gallo - Succeed by Weaponizing Ethics

#43: Nick Gallo - Succeed by Weaponizing Ethics

Rabbi Yonason Goldson and Dr. Margarita Gurri, CSP