- Culture Trumps Everything
- Decisions, Decisions: Make Smarter Decisions
- Ready or Not, Here They Come! Maximizing Performance in a Multigenerational Workforce
- EQ: Applying Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
Gustavo Grodnitzky (“Dr. Gustavo”) Ph.D., psychologist brings a unique and multidimensional perspective.
Dr. Gustavo creates relationships that are powerful tools for creating change in the workplace by balancing the needs of organizational leaders, teams and organizational culture. He creates an environment where all participants can truly learn – and grow.
His program is carefully structured to achieve specific goals and objectives, resulting in events that deliver new information, enhance skills and improve workplace performance.
Dr. Gustavo’s approach is distinguished by his focus on how leaders and teams can alter and improve their organizational culture through making better choices and fine-tuning interactions with others.
The ultimate goal of all the services provided is to create a corporate culture which supports leaders and teams in achieving peak performance and maximizing organizational profitability.
His approach has provided companies with improved employee retention, higher employee effectiveness, increased revenues, reduced costs and improved relationships with customers, vendors, and stakeholders.
Gustavo Grodnitzky, Ph.D., psychology has extensive experience in interpersonal communications, strategic planning, change management and development of organizational culture.
Dr. Gustavo has worked with Global 1,000 companies around the world, as well as with smaller, often family run, businesses. On a variety of topics, including corporate culture, emotional intelligence, building trust in organizations, and integrating multi-generational work forces.
What determines our behaviors as human beings at the individual and organizational level?
Either our biology or our personality (or both) guides our decisions about issues large and small, increasing evidence suggests that…culture trumps everything.
What happens when people who are normally loud and boisterous walk into a church or a library?
They lower their voices.
Did they suddenly change their biology or their personalities?