Podcast

099: Countdown to 100 with Tom Jackson, Jethro Lloyd, and Mike Baer

The countdown to 100 is on at Gut+Science! As we build up to our 100th episode, we’re revisiting our 9 most popular episodes to get a refresher on how these leaders have built people-forward companies. This episode is jam-packed with Truth You Can Act On so grab a notebook and listen in!

Today we’re hearing Truth You Can Act On from our conversations with Tom Jackson, Jethro Lloyd, and Mike Baer. Listen in for the full rundown (and you might want your notebooks handy).

 

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Healthcare Series: The Impact of Social Network Mapping on Engagement | Greg Matthews

Greg Matthews is an award-winning health innovator out to radically disrupt and improve the healthcare industry’s archaic methods for assessing true sources and patterns of influence. As an advisor to dozens of the largest and most successful healthcare companies in the world, he knows how to understand and quantify physicians’ behavior, networks and patterns of influence. On today’s episode, he shares his passion for data-centered innovation and how it affects engagement.

Truth You Can Act On

1. Engagement is about being part of something larger than yourself.
Supporting Quote:
Greg Matthews: “being able to connect yourself to a higher ideal is a big part of engagement and being able to do things that you couldn’t do on your own by being a part. Of a group of people focused on that.”

2. The connections your organization requires to function don’t follow your org chart.
Supporting Quote:
Greg Matthews: “that doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to throw out your org chart and replace it with a social network diagram, but that social network diagram can help you to actually understand how your organization functions on a day to day basis. It can show you where there are. Traps and blocks, uh, in communication and connection. It can show you where there are opportunities to enhance, um, communication and connection between individuals, between departments.

3. Promote the work of individuals on an organizational level.
Supporting Quote:
Greg Matthews: that doctor doesn’t necessarily have to adopt social networking behavior on their own. They don’t have to necessarily be responsible for emailing their colleagues to say, Hey, here are some cool things that our hospital is doing. The hospital can simply feature them in their content. Almost every employee loves to have the kind of recognition from the organization that says, Hey, we love what you’re doing, and we want to feature it as a way of talking about the great things our organization is doing externally.

Book Recommendation:

Sponsor: 

Wambi.org – Wambi is about human connections. We view feedback as the fuel for interpersonal growth and are always striving to achieve the highest versions of ourselves and to lift others up along the way.

 

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Monday Fire: Prioritizing Self Care

Happy Monday! Every Monday we drop some #MondayFire to help you get excited about your week. Here we go!

Our question for you today:

What does self care look like for you?

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098: Countdown to 100 with Liam Forde, Jonathan Reynolds, and Michael Crafton

The countdown to 100 is on at Gut+Science! As we build up to our 100th episode, we’re revisiting our 9 most popular episodes to get a refresher on how these leaders have built people-forward companies.

Today we’re hearing Truth You Can Act On from our conversations with Liam Forde, Jonathan Reynolds, and Michael Crafton. Listen in for the full rundown (and you might want your notebooks handy).

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Monday Fire: Your Morning Routine Matters

Happy Monday! Every Monday we drop some #MondayFire to help you get excited about your week. Here we go!

Our question for you today:

What is your morning routine?

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097: Countdown to 100 with David Butler, Tim Beatty and Tom Zupancic

The countdown to 100 is on at Gut+Science! As we build up to our 100th episode, we’re revisiting our 9 most popular episodes to get a refresher on how these leaders have built people-forward companies.

Today we’re hearing Truth You Can Act On from our conversations with David Butler, Tim Beatty, and Tom Zupancic. Listen in for the full rundown (and you might want your notebooks handy).

 

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Healthcare Series: Navigating Toxic Leadership | Dan Weberg

Dr. Dan Weberg is a disruptor innovator who gets fired up about breaking the cycle of toxic leadership in the healthcare industry. As a nurse leader, an expert in human-centered patient design, and the author of the first book of its kind, “Evidence-based Innovation Leadership for Health Professionals, ” today’s topic is one he knows well.

Truth You Can Act On

1. Leadership behaviors are as impactful to patient outcomes as medical errors
Supporting Quote:
Dr. Dan Weberg: [6:38] “Patient mortality increased and patient morbidity increased and, and so did errors. And that was directly tied back to this idea of a transactional toxic leader. One that, you know, holds a carrot out for good behavior in the stick when there’s bad behavior. And they were showing that patients were dying more on floors that were led by toxic leaders.”

2. Toxic leadership can be intentional or unintentional, but either way needs to stop.
Supporting Quotes:
Dr. Dan Weberg: [8:25] “The unintentional side is a symptom of the fact that we don’t train and treat leadership as a, as a practice like we do nursing medicine, you know, other professions, right? So, you know, there’s very intentional training to become a clinician, but there’s very little intentional training to become a leader.”

Dr. Dan Weberg: [10:35] “Toxic leadership is really where you got to kind of get rid of people because that’s where it’s, it’s this kind of focus on power and control.”
3. Teams experiencing toxic leadership have a 78% burnout rate and report decreased commitment to their organizations.
Supporting Quote:
Dr. Dan Weberg [12:41] “[Toxic Leadership] It 100% leads to burnout. We can’t help patients be healthy if we don’t have a healthy culture in which to deliver that care.”

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Monday Fire: The Power of Affirmations

Happy Monday! Every Monday we drop some #MondayFire to help you get excited about your week. Here we go!
Our question for you today:
What affirmations can you tell yourself?
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096: Partner Plug + Episode Teaser

Since day one, Gut + Science has been on a mission to increase engagement at work. For the last two years, we have been equipping CEOs and people-forward leaders of all levels. As we approach episode one hundred, of our foundational show where CEOs and executives share their experiences, learnings, failures, and best practices to build highly engaged workplaces. We’re ready to celebrate and say, ‘thank you.’ 

Thank you to our partners who have collaborated with us on this journey: 

These organizations provide exceptional services that move the needle on engagement scores at work, and they’re excellent at what they do.

As we launch into our next 100, we’re looking for two other organizations to join us in partnership. We want organizations that serve mid-market to enterprise with human capital or talent management solutions or can specifically help leaders further develop their skills. We want to share your knowledge and help you help more organizations and leaders. If you want to explore this, we’d love to talk about it, email Nikki@mondayfire.com 

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Monday Fire: Thoughts>Feelings>Actions>Results

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What thoughts can you channel to accomplish your goals?

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