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The 12 Most Read Articles of 2020 – Leadership, Teamwork, and Culture Design

Below are the most read stories we published in 2020. Leadership, teamwork, and culture design articles that our readers loved the most.

By Gustavo Razzetti

December 22, 2020

In 2020, there was no shortage of big stories. From adapting to working remotely, dealing with a pandemic, and keeping your (virtual) company culture alive, we received over 1,000,000 unique visitors looking for insights and tools to navigate a challenging year.

Who could have anticipated all the surprises that 2020 would bring? It took most of us off guard; we all had to adapt, experiment, and develop new solutions on the go. Our business had to adapt too; we moved all our Masterclasses, Workshops, and consulting work to a remote environment.

No surprise then that the most read-articles of 2020 are about dealing with a new reality – action-driven insights and solutions to equip you and your team. We shared our experience in remote work, but also had to learn a lot to deal with unexpected challenges. Thank you to everyone who trusted us and experimented together.

With no further ado, here's the list of most-read articles from our blog across the different topics: culture design, leadership, teamwork, personal growth, and tools.

The 12 Most-Read Articles of 2020 – Fearless Culture Blog

5 Ways to Create a Strong Virtual Culture

Building a strong virtual culture is not the same as the regular culture but online. It's not just adapting to using new technologies; it also requires to adopt a different mindset. Virtual teams require a more intentional approach to design and constant nurture to keep the culture alive – these 5 cultural shifts will help your organization succeed in a remote work environment.

11 Examples of Companies with Strong Cultures

Successful workplace cultures don't happen by accident but by design. Learn how Netflix, Zappos, IKEA, Slack, HubSpot, Pixar, and Spotify (among others) were able to build and maintain strong company cultures.

Why Purpose Matters, Especially in Times of Crisis

A company purpose is more than a business fad. People want to be part of something bigger than themselves, to work in meaningful projects. Having a purpose matters because it keeps your employees focused on what's important, providing direction and clear priorities. Successful companies stick to their purpose, especially in times of crisis.

How to Overcome Resistance During Virtual Workshops and Meetings

Virtual workshops and meetings have challenges of their own. Not only you have to deal with distractions and lack of focus that characterizes in-person meetings, you must also deal with more subtle challenges to encourage participation. In this article, we provide actionable insights to increase engagement, collaboration, and productivity.

How to Give Feedback to Your Team as One

Building a culture of feedback requires shifting from providing individual feedback to seeing feedback as a collective tool. Giving (and receiving) feedback as one means that teams must address issues and opportunities as something that everyone must tackle rather than blaming individuals. Here are some actionable methods to provide feedback as one.

Exercises to Promote Psychological Safety in Your Organization

Psychological safety is the foundation of high-performing teams. When teams feel safe to speak up, be themselves, challenge the status-quo, and share their ideas, innovation and collaboration flourish. These practical exercises will help you promote psychological safety in your team or company, right aways.

9 Secrets to Running Meetings Like the Most Successful Companies

What's your meeting culture? Successful companies design meetings that people love to attend. Business meetings can be a waste of time or an effective platform for people to do their best work. Learn how Amazon, Zappos, Spotify, LinkedIn (and more) build effective meeting cultures.

How to Use Team Rituals to Boost Your Culture

Changing people's behavior is not easy. However, most approaches fail when they try to force new practices rather than invite people to be part of an experience. Team rituals help boost your culture by involving people into meaningful acts. Learn how to design effective team rituals to change organizational behaviors – one nudge at a time.

How to Prioritize When Everything Feels Important

Strategy is the art of sacrifice. What you say 'no' to, will define the success (or not) of your organization. Prioritizing is easy said than done, especially when you must choose between two good things. Using Even/ Over statements will help you focus on what matters by making sacrifices. Learn how to choose between two things when everything feels important.

How to Define Company Values. And Why It Matters

Company values establish core beliefs and guiding principles. Core values matter because they define how the company does business and what's expected of people. This in-depth post will help you understand why values matter, how to choose yours, mistakes to avoid, and inspiration from various organizations.

How to Map Your Current Company Culture with the Culture Canvas

The Culture Design Canvas has quickly become the tool of choice for many organizational designers who care about building more purpose-driven, agile, and innovative workplace cultures. This detailed post provides a step-by-step method to map your current company culture across different areas, departments, and teams. It will help you uncover similarities and differences, with clear actionable steps to address the gaps.

How to Stop Your Thoughts from Eating You Alive

Out thinking can be beneficial or harmful. When we look through our thoughts, reality becomes tainted. When we caught in them, it becomes harder to move on. Rehashing negative thoughts creates rumination, feeding a negative loop. Consider which thinking you are feeding the most to prevent your thoughts from eating you alive.

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