Sunday Brunch with Colin D Ellis - Culture Fix


In this inaugural episode of "Saturday Brunch with...."  Colin D. Ellis returns to chat about his new book Culture Fix: How to create a great place to work.

The playbook for building a great culture

Culture is the key to success for every organisation, but what do great cultures do and what makes them successful? In Culture Fix, author Colin D Ellis shows you how to change the way you do things and create a winning culture that will keep your organisation relevant today and into the future.

No matter your business, industry or country, your culture's success depends on the emotional intelligence and engagement of people within it. Whether you're a CEO, a manager, or a team leader, this comprehensive playbook provides everything you need to build self-motivating teams capable of delivering great value and great employee experiences for your organisation.

Many organisations lack the knowledge for creating cultures that are uniquely suited for their people. Culture Fix offers real-world solutions to problems of culture change in organisations and teams of all types and sizes.

  • build an aspirational vision for your organisation or team
  • create a set of values that mean something
  • enhance the communication between your people
  • adopt the mindsets and behaviours for a successful culture
  • create the right environment for innovation and creativity.
  • Practical, insightful, honest and funny, Culture Fix: How to create a great place to work will show you how to create a workplace where great people can accomplish great things.  

Thanks to Colin for the name idea for "Saturday Brunch with...."  and talking to us about his new book.  From talking to Colin I realised that I should be scheduling the Sunday Lunch Project Podcast on a Sunday so it will now move to noon GMT on the last Sunday of the month.

To listen to the podcast click below (or one of the links at the bottom of this post)

For more information about the book pop along to

Hope you enjoy the show and until next time remember project management is funny. 




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