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Is toxic culture driving your team away?

Eat Sleep Work Repeat

Bruce Daisley

Workplace Culture, Social Sciences, Management, Work, Culture, Business, Science

4.7991 Ratings

🗓️ 2 November 2023

⏱️ 42 minutes

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Is toxic culture driving your team away?

If you’re someone whose job it is think about culture, or maybe you’re a boss who has tried to communicate values to your team then today’s episode is an essential listen.

Donald Sull and Charlie Sull are a father and son research team who have discovered extraordinary insights into values and what they look like in the real world.

Here are some articles to get you going to understand the world of the Sulls:

Toxic Culture Is Driving the Great Resignation

The Toxic Culture Gap Shows Companies Are Failing Women

Why leaders need to worry about toxic culture?

Charlie and Donald have a business that focusses on this called Culture X.

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Hello, I'm Bruce Tasley.


I'm Ellen Scott.


I'm Matt.


But this week we've got a interview episode and so we're trying to alternate these between


work chats and interviews and this week we've got an interview which I think is for one for


People who are really interested in the mechanics about workplace culture and it's a discussion that I set up and I think


simultaneously you'd already had an interest in this discussion Matt this is with a


guy called Donald Saul and he teaches at MIT. He's a professor at Massachusetts


Institute of Technology, specializing in trying to understand the behavior of groups and alongside his work there he's he


set up an organization called Culture X actually with his son where they they take an AI approach to try to compare notes


between how culture in organization is talked about and the realities of it.


So he's going to go into the methodology, they effectively scraped the internet for what employees


of organizations are talking about.


You'd already been exposed to this, I think, Matt, when we'd set this up.


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