Profile

Cover photo
Chris Cancialosi
Attended James Caldwell high school
Lives in Bainbridge Island, WA
92 followers|12,789 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos+1's

Stream

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
Sure, it takes courage to be an entrepreneur, and there are many who don’t back away from a challenge, but there are just as many who would rather avoid certain aspects of the job — and that often includes having tough conversations with their employees.
The fact of the matter is that hard conversations are necessary in any organization, but they can be especially prevalent in startups.
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
Do you lead authentically? If you’re not sure, you’re not alone.
Many leaders are beginning to question themselves, especially when tough situations force them to act in ways that don’t align with their true beliefs. If you’re struggling with leading authentically test out these six strategies for authentic leadership.
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
Be sure to catch Dr. Tracy Brower's guest article on our blog- The Problem with Work-life Balance: Tips for Planting Trees
We talk a lot about work-life balance. But what if we have it all wrong, and the paradigm of balance has actually been getting in our way?
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
One significant way in which companies differentiate themselves and the way they do things is by developing a unique culture that helps them drive performance.
What makes an organization successful? Innovation may be an easy answer.
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
Trust as a fundamental element of leadership effectiveness.
Ensure your team is functioning at its full potential by being intentional about developing trust.
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
Don't let your inbox drag you down.  Insights from the members of the +YEC.
1
Add a comment...
Have him in circles
92 people
Taylor Peyton Roberts's profile photo
Jean Brittingham's profile photo
Stuart Farrand's profile photo
Michael Cozzi's profile photo
Denise Mather Uustal's profile photo
James Schmeling's profile photo
Anton Rius's profile photo
Tom Keenan's profile photo
Deborah McCuiston's profile photo

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
What do Google, Wegmans, Build-A-Bear Workshop, and Zappos all have in common? Recently, Fortune ranked the country’s 100 best companies to work for, and after digging deeper into the data, found that culture was a key consideration for employees of most of the organizations on the list.
Your organizational culture impacts your earnings more than you might think. If you’re wondering how to steer your company’s culture back on track, it's not too late.
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
Culture lessons your brand can learn from the Disney experience.
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
The 'perks' that matter most are those that get your team to bond in unexpected ways.
Inc.com
The 'perks' that matter most are those that get your team to bond in unexpected ways.
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
"Adults don't need to be micromanaged."  Tracy Brower did an excellent job of taking my drivel and turning into something beautiful! 
Chris Cancialosi*, Managing Partner and Founder of gothamCulture, is embracing possibility in every single moment. His military service in Iraq taught
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
MeetAdvisors presents twelve Urban business firms which are top innovators of their respective fields.  Vote for your favs.
1
Add a comment...

Chris Cancialosi

Shared publicly  - 
 
As a leader, every decision you make shapes your organizational culture, and when it comes to budgeting your limited resources, these decisions send powerful messages to your people about what’s most important. 
Here are six concrete aspects of organizational culture to focus on in order to prioritize the most important facet of your organization's long-term performance: the people
1
Add a comment...
People
Have him in circles
92 people
Taylor Peyton Roberts's profile photo
Jean Brittingham's profile photo
Stuart Farrand's profile photo
Michael Cozzi's profile photo
Denise Mather Uustal's profile photo
James Schmeling's profile photo
Anton Rius's profile photo
Tom Keenan's profile photo
Deborah McCuiston's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Organizational Psychologist
Skills
Organizational Culture, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Bainbridge Island, WA
Contact Information
Work
Phone
732.610.7884
Email
Story
Tagline
Organizational culture advisor to clients around the globe.
Education
  • James Caldwell high school
    1988 - 1992
  • University of Delaware
    Psychology, 1992 - 1996
  • Montclair state university
    I/O Psychology, 1998 - 2001
  • Walden University
    Organizational Psychology, 2010 - 2013
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Links
Contributor to
Chris Cancialosi's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Focus on Your Company Culture, and Earnings Will Follow
www.forbes.com

Your organizational culture impacts your earnings more than you might think. If you’re wondering how to steer your company’s culture back on

6 Authentic Leadership Tips For Overcoming Your Fears
www.forbes.com

Many leaders are beginning to question themselves, especially when tough situations force them to act in ways that don’t align with their tr

CenturyLinkVoice: How Companies Can Gather More Data From Their Own Empl...
www.forbes.com

In today’s highly-competitive global business environment, every employee’s experience counts. Yet, many organizations fail to tap into the

The Secret To Faithfully Delivering On Your Brand Promise
www.forbes.com

Your brand experience needs consistency and reliability to win the trust and loyalty of every stakeholder.

IBM Smarter PlanetVoice: Three Traits The Most Innovative Companies Share
www.forbes.com

What makes an organization successful? Innovation may be an easy answer.

4 Questions That Will Define a Lasting Corporate Culture
www.forbes.com

Ask these four questions to define culture for your organization and gauge the state of your organizational culture

Build Your Leadership on a Foundation of Trust
www.forbes.com

Ensure your team is functioning at its full potential by being intentional about developing trust.

EYVoice: 6 Ways To Avoid The Growing Pains Of Rapid-Growth
www.forbes.com

How can you successfully grow your business while staying true to your strategy, keeping control of your cash flow and managing your risks?

Give Employees a Voice by Crowdsourcing Leadership Decisions
www.forbes.com

By crowdsourcing decisions in your organization, you can leverage the input, ideas, and diverse thinking of others to make healthier choices

Budget For Culture: How Investing In Your Team Drives Results
www.forbes.com

Here are six concrete aspects of organizational culture to focus on in order to prioritize the most important facet of your organization's l

Why You Should (or Shouldn’t) Go Into Business With a Friend
smallbiztrends.com

You’ve heard it before: Don’t mix business with pleasure. This could certainly be the case if yo...

Is Your Anonymous Employee Survey Doing More Harm Than Good?
www.forbes.com

The traditional feedback process that’s become the norm in most businesses today relies on anonymous systems so employees can feel safe bein

15 Traits of a Terrible Leader
www.success.com

We all know you. Our hearts beat fast and our palms get sweaty when we hear your chair squeak and your door creak open. Because we know the

5 Steps to Preventing Brain Drain in Your Organization
www.forbes.com

Preventing brain drain and keeping your company’s collective knowledge intact rests on your culture and the value you place on people engagi

6 Key Steps to Influencing Effective Knowledge Transfer in Your Business
www.forbes.com

Knowledge transfer will be a key resource and differentiator for your organization because your employees will be more engaged in their work

What 'Frozen' Can Teach Businesses About a Successful Pivot
www.forbes.com

You don’t have to be Disney to use pivoting to your advantage. These tips will help you harness your flexibility and imagination to pivot su

Should Your Startup Hire Sales Veterans or Rookies?
www.forbes.com

Put your company’s needs first when staffing your sales team. Whether you hire sales veterans, rookies, or both, they each offer unique adva

What should managers regularly ask team members? | @YEC
smartblogs.com

The Young Entrepreneur Council is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. YEC recently laun

A Closer Look at Glassdoor's List of the Top 25 Company Cultures of 2014
www.forbes.com

Success isn’t the only thing these companies have in common. There are distinct similarities among their noteworthy cultures.

How To Take The 'Cult' Out Of Your Company Culture
www.forbes.com

To safeguard your company from becoming more of a cult than a culture, create a system in which people are informed, engaged, and aligned ar