Building Better Culture, Together.

The Real Cause of Your Headaches at Work

Stressed out? Can’t sleep? Current evidence supports that up to 90% of doctor/nurse practitioner visits are workplace stress related. Everything from migraines to digestive issues; depression to insomnia; panic attacks to completely losing your composure or self-control at work

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Transparency: The Efficient Way to Build a Culture of Trust

When organizations talk about trust, a paragraph on communication tends to follow. Basing trust on a team’s communication pattern alone can lead to dysfunction and lack of uniformity

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Values; The Personal Side of Alignment

TUBA is starting 2019 by sharing some innovative insights on how you can build a culture of alignment at your workplace, and make it stand out. Having alignment within your team is actually one of those parallel


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Trust First, Ask Questions Later

Effective listening drives innovation as it builds on trust. This trust is essential for a company to maintain morale and continue to grow together and expand


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Compassion, Conversation & Company Culture

Having a safe environment where you can speak up, offer new ideas, and ask questions? With conversations being a must for employee engagement, where there is no conversation, there is no culture.


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Listening Effectively; An Enhanced Soft-Skill

When it comes to effective listening, it is more about the message and being present to it, and less about the words chosen to get the message across. Listening actually taps into three of your senses


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Top 5 Ted Talks: Trust in Your Community

We love TED talks! This is why we are sharing five of our favourite talks on trust, and how it is such a vital part of a healthy work culture. We love TED talks and sharing knowledge so much that three of our teammates are TEDx talk alumni


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Insightfulness: A Key Indicator of Team Performance

Self-awareness is a concept that gets lots of recognition in leadership theories. Emphasis needs to be placed on the role it plays in building trust in work environments as well


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Team Trust: The Natural Stress Eliminator

When it comes to building a better culture at work, having trust within the team is the ultimate advantage. With trust, team members are engaging with authenticity as there is a sense of belonging built within the working relationships


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Trust: Essential For Better Workplace Culture

One of the most thought-provoking questions is: How does a group of people come up with a solution that is viable and has a chance of getting to the core of the issue and solve it?



Self Reflection at Work: The Art of Changing Directions

The word reflection means a change in direction so that it returns to where it originated. In the world of discovery it’s a fascinating concept to use with light, sound, and waves; but stick the word self in front of it to symbolize growth in human behavior and it becomes something to avoid or fear


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How I Became A Leader

It was a couple of years ago when someone I respected told me: "You are a leader." I didn't understand what that implied. To me, being a leader meant that I had to have a trail of followers or at least be in management or a person of authority. I was none of those, at least that's what I thought. So how am I a leader?


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Being a Leader: Through Self-Discipline

Knowledge is valuable, hence the importance of being a lifelong learner. Wisdom is a measure of growth based on the exchange of knowledge and the choice to grow from each experience





Leadership, Emotional Intelligence & Their Connection

Every individual can benefit from enhancing their emotional intelligence. The key is to understand how to make it resonate with you. Drawing on the work of Goleman’s philosophy, the idea is that when you attain control over your emotions, you are able to control the atmosphere of the work environment thereby



Better Culture is Better Business

His company, Frontline Inc was failing. Sales were slumping hard, longtime clients were moving on, and staff were becoming complacent. As CEO, Bruce knew his 15-year-old company needed a significant change to survive



Change Is The Only Constant

Understanding where you are in change might help give you some insight on how far you have to go, or how far you have come to instilling habits that will help you be the better you. Realizing that relapse is part of the process also gives some comfort that while you may have fallen back a stage or two in your progress, you can quickly get back to action


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We Don't Work For Money Anymore

In today's working world, people do not work for money anymore, they work for a purpose. Salary and benefits are no longer the currency in which to satisfy an employee's value. Employees need to feel that the work they do is making an impact both personally or professionally



Transparency Makes Cents

It was my first day on the job; I was nervous and excited. What would the day bring? Did I make the right decision? There is no turning back now! Let's do this! I stood in for my first ever Monday morning



Creating a Team of Friends

In every job, there needs to be some element of likeability among its team members. It doesn't have to be an all-out love fest, but like any team, there has to be cohesiveness for it to be productive



Make Work Suck Less

The idea of creating a culture within your company that promotes honesty, communication, healthy eating initiatives and one that promotes engagement and motivates their employees is a new-age initiative





Freedom to Flow

Yes, flow sounds like a buzz word but it is actually referring to the ability that allows individuals and teams to access heightened bursts of pure-focus and productivity. This ‘flow’ state is an instinctual decision-making state, almost trance like in nature