How to Develop a Culture of Personal Growth
Season 5 / Episode 2
Make it Thrive: The Company Culture Podcast
We are all seeking to be the very best version of ourselves, which is why at Liberty Mind we believe that everyone at work should be given the support and direction they need to develop themselves. This is why on s5 ep2 I’m so thrilled to be joined by Kirsty Hulse an organisational thought leader.
Having built large global companies through innovative processes Kirsty is an expert in empowering winning teams, increasing creativity and innovation, developing professional confidence and resilience and powerful communication. Kirsty is the Founder of Roar Training and has incredible reputation for helping people to excel their confidence. Today I’ll be asking Kirsty about how we can develop a culture for personal growth, so all of us can thrive in the workplace.
In this episode we cover;
- The fact soft skills are the hard skills of the future.
- Why organisations are still influencing growth plans rather than making them employee led.
- How personal development within a culture has an impact on business
- How to nurture individuals to find a personal development journey that is meaningful to them.
- People don’t change on what they know, they change on how they feel.
- So many managers projects their own goals on what the team should do.
- There are accidental inequalities in the workplace because so many professional skills rely on those who are natural communicators or naturally confident.
- If we want people to change we have to celebrate them, but even more importantly we have to encourage people to celebrate themselves.
Kirsty is an organisational thought leader, having built large global companies through innovative processes. She is an expert in empowering winning teams, increasing creativity and innovation, developing professional confidence and resilience and powerful communication. Kirsty is the Founder of Roar Training.
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