A thermostat is proactive. It sets the temperature in a room. Controls the temperature. Regulates the temperature. But in today’s distracted, fast-paced and digital world, it’s easy for individuals and organizations to act more like thermometers, slipping into reactionary thinking, becoming scattered and inconsistent. The most compelling leaders, teams, organizations, families or collection of humans of any kind operate in thermostat mode. They calibrate their mind and heart to set the temperature for the vision and culture they want to create. Jason Barger, globally celebrated author, keynote speaker and founder of Step Back Leadership Consulting, guides this journey to discover authentic leadership, create compelling cultures and find clarity of mission, vision and values. Learn more at JasonVBarger.com or on social media @jasonvbarger
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Jason is an engaging speaker that takes todays current news and makes it relevant to leadership. A weekly reminder of setting the Thermostat for culture. Love it!
I had the chance to see Jason live at my national sales meeting. His talk was great and gave a great look at leadership and company culture. Was grateful to my leadership team for bringing in Jason to speak with us. Highly recommend to any company looking to help establish or reengage there team on leadership and culture.
Loved Jason’s newest book Breathing Oxygen. If you want to be an inspiring leader who breathes oxygen into an organization, team, or family, then I highly recommend reading this book. In this post-pandemic era, everyone can learn how to become a better human and build deeper relationships by fostering a culture defined by clarity, inclusivity, agility, grit, rest and ownership
I love the movement Jason Barger has created with his Thermostat culture approach. Hearing how thought leaders from around the world are leading with their minds and hearts—and shifting cultures within their corporations and communities has been incredible. This podcast leaves me feeling smarter, more connected, and energized to do good.
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The Thermostat launched 4 years ago and published 180 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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