The Family Culture Podcast will empower you to design and create the family culture you want.
Are you and your family busy doing life together but not really connecting? Do you have a vision for what you want your family to be but don't know how to achieve it?
Drawing on the principles of organizational culture, this podcast will help you establish your unique family culture, one that reflects your values and beliefs. As a result, you’ll be able to lead with purpose and passion and create unity within your family.
Join host Kimberly Amici and her husband Carl as they talk with experts, leaders, and everyday people who are intentional creating culture within their families and organizations.
The Latest Episodes
Today we are learning about a tool that Olympic athletes have used for decades to improve performance. It might surprise you what it is and how it can be used to build family culture.
Many organizations hold yearly employee performance reviews. These evaluations reinforce what their managers expect in the workplace but also provide employers with information to use when making decisions, such as promotions, pay raises, and layoffs. In addition, many organizations utilize the 360 peer review which is an assessment of interpersonal skills from an employee’s peers. We used the same format with our children and incorporated it into our yearly retreat.
In this episode, we are talking with Jen Schmidt. She recently wrote a book called Just Open the Door. At first glance, it appears to be a book about hospitality, but it’s far more than that. It’s about “How One Invitation Can change a Generation”
Where you live has a huge impact on your family culture. It may determine how much time you spend with your family, how you work, how you play, what you eat, and even how you interact with others. So, what happens to your family culture when you move somewhere that’s drastically different than where you are now?
When people hear the word tension it’s not always a positive thing. However, there are 2 types of tensions - healthy and unhealthy. This episode will help you shift your perspective on tension and explain why it is an important part of growth as both an individual, and an organization, and a family.
There are many reasons why a partner may not be a part of culture building process of the home. It could be long work hours, frequent business travel, or possible health issues. Or they may just not understand why culture matters. If you feel alone when it comes to creating your family culture this podcast will give you the encouragement and tools you need to make lasting positive changes.
Join us each week in season 2, as we talk with experts, leaders, and everyday people who are intentionally creating culture within their families and organizations. Drawing on the principles of organizational culture, we will help you establish your unique family culture, one that reflects your values and beliefs. As a result, you’ll be able to lead with purpose and passion and create unity within your family.
The contributing factors in a culture are the vision, values, and beliefs, and practices which include language. This week we will be focusing on the words we use in our every day that shape our families culture.
We are all passionate about something but few of us can say that those passions are a part of our lives. In this episode, we will be addressing what to consider when making what matters to you most show up in your every day.
Knowing your core values and passions is crucial to living a life of purpose with your family.In this episode, we will be talking about passions, what they are, and why they are important to not only identify and but incorporate into your family’s culture.