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Daniel Coyle

Practical Horseman Podcast

In this episode, sponsored by Vita Flex Pro, co-host Sandra Oliynyk talks with Irish grand prix show jumper Daniel Coyle. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

29mins

8 Nov 2022

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Daniel Coyle: ...that you have to be vulnerable to build trust

Nobody Told Me!

Have you ever been part of a team or an organization that accomplished amazing things? What is it about the culture in some organizations that makes them toxic and why does the culture in other groups lead to happiness and success? For the answers to those questions, we turn to bestselling author Daniel Coyle who's written, "The Culture Playbook" and "The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups", among other books.  You can learn more about him and his work on his website http://danielcoyle.com/.     Note: This episode was previously aired.   Thanks to our sponsors of today's episode!:   Gladskin is a new category of skin treatment made for people of all ages with eczema-prone, acne-prone, and rosacea-prone skin.  You may have wondered what actually causes the itchiness, redness, inflammation, and discomfort in the skin.  It’s a disruption of the bacterial environment also called the skin microbiome. Gladskin specifically works to target the imbalance in your skin’s microbiome. But unlike other skin brands and prescription medications, Gladskin uses Micreobalance - a revolutionary protein that restores the balance of the good and bad bacteria that live on your skin so it can finally heal. So if you’ve been frustrated with your treatment options, don’t wait to try Gladskin. They are offering our Nobody Told Me!  listeners 15% off plus free shipping on your first order at gladskin.com/NOBODY   Policygenius is an insurance marketplace that makes it easy to compare quotes from top companies like AIG and Prudential in one place to find your lowest price on life insurance. You could save 50% or more on life insurance by comparing quotes with Policygenius. Options start at just $17 per month for $500,000 of coverage. Just head to Policygenius.com to get personalized quotes in minutes and find the right policy for your needs. The licensed agents at Policygenius work for you, not the insurance companies. They're on hand through the entire process to help you understand your options so you can make decisions with confidence. Policygenius has options that offer coverage in as little as a week and avoid unnecessary medical exams. Policygenius has thousands of five-star reviews across Google and Trustpilot and they’ve helped more than 30 million people shop for insurance since 2014. Head to policygenius.com to get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save.

34mins

18 Oct 2022

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Daniel Coyle: ...that you have to be vulnerable to build trust

Nobody Told Me!

Have you ever been part of a team or an organization that accomplished amazing things? Or have you been part of a team or group that just couldn't get its act together? What is it about the culture in some organizations that makes them toxic and why does the culture in other groups lead to happiness and success? For the answers to those questions, we turn to bestselling author Daniel Coyle, whose latest book is called,  "The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups". Daniel previously wrote bestsellers, "The Talent Code" and "The Little Book of Talent", among others. His website is http://danielcoyle.com/ Note: This episode was previously aired. BetterHelp BetterHelp online therapy is a great way to invest in yourself. It’s more affordable than traditional offline therapy and financial aid is available. This is professional therapy, done securely online, available to people around the world. BetterHelp online therapy will assess your needs and can match you with your own licensed professional therapist in less than 48 hours. You can schedule weekly video or phone sessions, so you don’t have to be on camera if you don’t want to, and getting therapy every week is as easy as a few clicks on your laptop or phone. Visit their website and read the testimonials that are posted daily. In fact, so many people have been using BetterHelp that they’re recruiting additional therapists in all 50 states. And they have a special offer for our listeners: get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp.com/NOBODY. That’s 10% off your first month of online therapy at BetterHelp.com/NOBODY Ora Organic's Trust Your Gut Ora Organic’s Trust Your Gut probiotic and prebiotic supplement contains some of the world’s most powerful probiotic strains, along with prebiotics to help the good bacteria thrive in your gut so your probiotics work smarter, not harder. Trust Your Gut helps optimize your digestion and support common gut health issues like constipation and bloating with 20 billion CFUs of dairy-free probiotics and organic prebiotics. Trust Your Gut is available in a capsule or powder format. With its variety of products, Ora is your one stop shop for clean, quality, plant-based nutrition that works! Try Ora’s products and if you’re not happy for any reason within 60 days, get a full refund. No questions asked. Get 30% off your first subscription when you text T-O-L-D to sixty-four thousand. Text TOLD to sixty-four thousand and get 30% off your first subscription. Message and data rates may apply. Terms apply, available at OraOrganic/terms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

33mins

23 Jul 2022

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#305 Daniel Coyle- The Playbook to Build A Great Culture

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

Daniel Coyle is the New York Times bestselling author of The Culture Code, which was named Best Business Book of the Year by Bloomberg, BookPal, and Business Insider. Coyle has served as an advisor to many high-performing organizations, including the Navy SEALs, Microsoft, Google, and the Cleveland Guardians. His other books include The Talent Code, The Secret Race, The Little Book of Talent, and Hardball: A Season in the Projects, which was made into a movie starring Keanu Reeves. Coyle’s latest book is The Culture Playbook, which is the ultimate handbook for fostering and cultivating a strong team culture.  Watch on YouTube Follow on TikTok You Unleashed Course  50% off You Unleashed is an online personal development course created by Sean DeLaney after spending years working with an interviewing high achievers.The online course that helps you ‘Unleash your potential’! You Unleashed teaches you the MINDSETS, ROUTINES and BEHAVIORS you need to unleash your potential and discover what you’re capable of. You know you’re capable of more and want to bring out that untapped potential inside of you. We teach you how. Enroll Today & Receive 50% off by using code “WGYT”- Click Here Subscribe to my Momentum Monday Newsletter Connect with us! Whatgotyouthere TikTok YouTube Twitter Instagram 

59mins

19 Jun 2022

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Daniel Coyle | How to Create a Culture Playbook For Highly Effective Groups

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

In this episode, Daniel breaks down the culture code in an effort to demystify the process of building a thriving culture. Daniel has infiltrated some of the worlds most prolific and powerful organizations including Pixar and the U.S Navy's SEAL Team 6 to uncover what makes them tick so that we as entrepreneurs and creatives can replicate their success. Subscribe for ad-free interviews and bonus episodes https://plus.acast.com/s/the-unmistakable-creative-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

52mins

8 Jun 2022

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272 The Culture Playbook with NYT Bestselling Author Daniel Coyle

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Many people are asking how do we create legendary cultures in a digital / hybrid work environment. On this episode of Christopher Lochhead: Follow Your Different, we ask Daniel Coyle this question: how can we create legendary cultures?Daniel Coyle is a New York Times bestselling author. His book, The Culture Code, was named the Best Business Book of the Year a little while back by Bloomberg. He has a new book out now, called The Culture Playbook: 60 highly effective actions to help your group succeed.He is the man on all things culture, so stay and listen to learn more.Daniel Coyle on Writing His New BookThe conversation starts of with congratulating Daniel Coyle on publishing his latest book, The Culture Playbook. Daniel follows up on his thoughts on how he feels when launching a new project or book.“We are living through a moment, aren't we? It's like, when you start a project like this, you're never quite sure when it's going to land. And everybody's trying to figure out, “How are we going? How are we going to do this? How are we going to work together now? Everybody's having that conversation now. It is a moment, and it's kind of fun to explore what's possible” – Daniel CoyleThe Transition PeriodDaniel was then asked about his thoughts on certain huge companies that are telling their people to go back to the office. Another thing to note was that those who are pushing for these things are usually those who are Native Analogs – people whose life don’t revolve in the digital sphere.Daniel thinks that this current period is a transitional phase, and it’s a way for companies to see what works and what doesn’t.“Is it transition and it is totally fascinating to see us people self-organize in this new world. And there's basically two schools of thought about it. The first school of thought is, this was a rupture. People things will never go back to the way they were, people discovered that they had lives outside of work. Then there's another school of thought, which says, Yeah, this is kind of part of a larger, longer journey, there was a sort of zoom out where people realized, hey, life's a lot bigger than work. But at the same time, that there is kind of a joy and a pleasure and a positivity and a productivity that comes out of being in the office. It's maybe not five days a week, maybe it's three, maybe it's two.”    – Daniel CoyleDaniel admits that he himself falls under the second school of thought, and that going to the office can be quite beneficial for productivity, even if it’s just 2 to 3 days off a week.Organizing Your Office for the New Work ExperienceOn the topic of adopting the hybrid workplace, one of the issues brought up was the lack of coordination. For example, one could be scheduled to be at the office, yet the people who they have to work or have a meeting with are staying at home.Daniel agrees that this is currently happening in a lot of offices, and is something that the teams and management need to address. They have to be intentional and work out schedules where everyone in the team is in the office at the same time, so they can meet and collaborate on what needs to be done for their projects.Management can also help in coordinating schedules, so that different teams that need to work together can have overlapping schedules.But at the end of the day, the initiative to coordinate should come from the teams themselves. Otherwise, you’ll be stuck in your cubicle, still doing zoom calls with your teammates.To hear more from Daniel Coyle and how to create a legendary culture in your workplace, download and listen to this episode.BioDaniel Coyle is the New York Times best-selling author of The Culture Playbook, The Culture Code, The Secret Race, The Little Book of Talent, The Talent Code, Lance Armstrong's War, Hardball: A Season in the Projects and the novel Waking Samuel.Winner (with Tyler Hamilton) of the 2012 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Prize,

46mins

16 May 2022

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The Elements Of Great Culture (with Daniel Coyle)

The Accidental Creative with Todd Henry

What is a “culture”? We hear that word tossed around in organizations all the time, but it’s often difficult to know what people even mean when they say that word. Worse, managers often talk about building or growing a great culture without a full understanding of what a great culture might even look like.Today’s guest is Daniel Coyle. He’s spent many years studying culture and has written a few best-selling books on the topic, including The Culture Code. On this episode, he shares his definition of culture and offers practical tips for building a great one from his new book The Culture Playbook.  Mentioned in this episode:This episode is sponsored by ShopifyIt's your turn to get serious about selling and try Shopify today. Visit Shopify.com/accidentalcreative for your $1/month trial today.

26mins

3 May 2022

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470: Daniel Coyle - Building Your Culture, Solving Hard Problems, & Winning The Learning Contest

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk

Text Hawk to 66866 for "Mindful Monday." It's a carefully curated email to help you start your work off on a high note. Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12    https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Daniel Coyle is the New York Times bestselling author of The Culture Code, which was named Best Business Book of the Year by Bloomberg, BookPal, and Business Insider. Coyle has served as an advisor to many high-performing organizations, including the Navy SEALs, Microsoft, Google, and the Cleveland Guardians. His other books include The Talent Code, The Secret Race, The Little Book of Talent, and Hardball: A Season in the Projects, which was made into a movie starring Keanu Reeves. Coyle was raised in Anchorage, Alaska, and now lives in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, during the school year and in Homer, Alaska, during the summer with his wife Jenny, and their four children. Notes: Purpose isn’t about tapping into some mystical internal drive but rather about creating simple beacons that focus attention and engagement on the shared goal. Successful cultures do this by relentlessly seeking ways to tell and retell their story. To do this, they build what you call “high-purpose environments.” High-purpose environments are filled with small, vivid signals designed to create a link between the present moment and a future ideal. They provide 2 simple locators that every navigation process requires: Here is where we are and Here is where we want to go. "The world we live in is a learning contest." Deep fun = Solving hard problems with people you admire. Schedule regular team “tune-ups” to place an explicit spotlight on the team’s inner workings and create conversations that surface and improve team dynamics Foster strong culture in remote working scenarios. It doesn’t take much physical togetherness to build strong teams. Encourage remote teams meet up in person twice a year Create belonging: every group knows diversity, equity, and inclusion matter, but what separates strong cultures is they aim to create belonging across racial lines. Ex: normalize uncomfortable conversations; read, watch, reflect together; gather data and share it • Build Trust. Ask the magic-wand question to each member of your team: if you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about the way we work, what would it be? Connect. Hold an anxiety party to serve as a pressure-relief valve, as well as a platform for people to connect and solve problems together. Change perspective. Have a once-a-week catch-up session with someone outside of your group. Make it safe to talk about mistakes: Strong cultures seek to highlight and remember their mistakes and learn from them • Listen. Listening to others’ problems is one of the most powerful culture-building skills on the planet. It’s also difficult. Restrain yourself from jumping in, listen, then say: Tell me more. Embrace the After-Action Review (or as the military calls it, the AAR): Talking together about the strengths and weaknesses of your performance will make your group better. The Billion Dollar Day When Nothing Happened – “These Ads Suck." That was the note that Larry Page wrote and hung up about Google Ad Words. What did Jeff Dean, a quiet, skinny engineer from Minnesota, do to make the ads not suck? He had no immediate need to fix the problem. He worked in Search (a different area of the company. And how did Jeff Dean respond when he was asked about it years later (he said he didn’t even really remember it. It was just normal to do stuff like that)... There is a misconception that great cultures are places that are always happy. Doing great work is hard. The way we build great cultures is by doing hard things together focused on connection and safety. Life/Career advice: Think of your life in experiments and the learning loop. It is Experience + Reflection. Experience + Reflection. WRITE DOWN WHAT you’ve learned from your experiences. Writing creates clarity of thought. Amy Edmondson researched Chelsea and Mountain Medical – What made them a success? The answer lay in patterns of real-time signals through which the team members were connected. There were 5 things: Framing - They conceptualized MICS as a learning experience that would benefit patients and the hospital. Unsuccessful teams viewed it as an add-on to existing practices. Roles - Role clarity. Being told explicitly by the team leader why their individual and collective skills were important for the team’s success Rehearsal - Practice a lot Explicit encouragement to speak up Active reflection - Between surgeries, successful teams went over their performance

1hr 15mins

1 May 2022

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Daniel Coyle talks about The Culture Playbook

A Productive Conversation

When I was given the opportunity to speak with Daniel Coyle for A Productive Conversation, I jumped at the opportunity.He is the New York Times bestselling author of The Culture Code, The Talent Code, The Little Book of Talent, The Secret Race, Lance Armstrong’s War, and Hardball: A Season in the Projects. Coyle, who works as an advisor to the Cleveland Guardians, lives in Cleveland, Ohio, during the school year and in Homer, Alaska, during the summer with his wife, Jen, and their four children.During our conversation we talk about where culture comes from, the idea of "belonging cues", the best way for someone to go through The Culture Playbook, and the magic behind the sustainable success of my favourite NBA team.There are certain fundamentals that go into building a strong and cohesive culture. You'll find those within Daniel's work, including The Culture Playbook. And you'll also find some discussed during this conversation I had with him.Links Worth Exploring Connect with Daniel: Website | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn Daniel's Book: The Culture Playbook: 60 Highly Effective Actions to Help Your Group Succeed The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact: Get it on Amazon Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty: Watch it on HBO Related Conversation: Episode 360: A World Without Email with Cal Newport Related Blog Post: You Can’t Get Around the Need for a Process Thanks to all of the sponsors of this episode. You can find all of the sponsors you heard me mention on this episode on our Podcast Sponsors page.Want to support the podcast? Beyond checking out our sponsors, you can subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts. Click on any of the links below to make that happen.Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | StitcherYou can also click on this link to paste the podcast feed into your podcast app of choice.Thanks again for listening to A Productive Conversation. See you later.

42mins

27 Apr 2022

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The Culture Playbook Featuring Daniel Coyle

Amazing Business Radio

How to Develop Workplace Culture Like a Skill Shep Hyken interviews Daniel Coyle, New York Times bestselling author of  The Culture Playbook: 60 Highly Effective Actions to Help Your Group Succeed. They discuss developing your team’s culture as a skill through consistent action, practice, and reflection.Top Takeaways:·      Culture is not about words. Culture is about actions and behaviours.·      We always think that culture is like the personality of a group. That's not true. Culture is performance. It is when people act in such a way that contributes to the team’s performance.·      Daniel Coyle shares three tips (out of 60!) from his book, The Culture Playbook: The Culture Playbook: 60 Highly Effective Actions to Help Your Group Succeed.Tip #1. Keep an open face. Our face is like a door. It has two settings, closed and open. Our face is closed when our thoughts are focused inwards. It is open when we communicate energy, interest, excitement, and enthusiasm.Tip #2. The two-line email. Ask your employees to send you a two-line email with these prompts: Tell me one thing you want me to keep doing, and Tell me one thing you want me to stop doing. Tip #3. AAR or After Action Review. AAR is a 5-minute meeting that has a massive impact on strength and performance. After you do something with your team, pause and ask these three questions: What went well? What didn't go well? What are we going to do differently next time?·      Daniel also shares more ideas about pillars of building culture, the subtraction game, and the benefits of "taking a pause" in this busy world. Tune in!Quote: "Great cultures operate like a flock of birds in a forest. They stay connected. They self-organize to go past problems and move toward their goal."About:Daniel Coyle is a New York Times bestselling author of The Culture Code, The Talent Code, The Little Book of Talent, The Secret Race, and Hardball: A Season in the Projects. His latest book is The Culture Playbook: 60 Highly Effective Actions to Help Your Group Succeed.Shep Hyken is a customer service and experience expert, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning keynote speaker, and your host of Amazing Business Radio.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

23mins

26 Apr 2022

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