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arthur carmazzi

CAO at Directive Communication International (Asia) PTE LTD

Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

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Arthur is ranked as the world’s #1 most influential thought leader in organizational culture for 2021. As a bestselling author and founder of the Directive Communication Psychology, Arthur’s gamification methodologies have influenced the training and leadership development industry through his unique game-based psychological approaches to of 13 books including Amazon #1 New release “Game On : Reinventing Organizational Culture with Gamification”
and corporate culture transformation. His innovative tools, assessments, and games, (including a game that helps organizations gamify work processes) have a visible ROI on engagement, productivity and effective behaviour modification. His research on the genetic foundations of the brain’s Ambiguity Relief clarity getting processes have been the inspiration of the Colored Brain model used across multinationals in 57 countries. With over 580 licensed Directive Communication (DC) Psychology leadership and culture trainers in 19 different countries, DC is now a global brand.

Available For: Advising, Authoring, Consulting, Influencing, Speaking
Travels From: Denpasar Bali
Speaking Topics: Organizational Culture, Gamification, Leadership

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Academic10
Author360
Influencer301
Speaker30
Entrepreneur1
Total702

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Company Information

Company Type: Service Provider
Business Unit: Consulting Franchise
Theatre: Global
Media Experience: 27 years
Last Media Interview: 06/05/2021

Areas of Expertise

Business Strategy 30.14
Change Management 43.45
COVID19
Cryptocurrency
Digital Disruption
Digital Transformation
Diversity and Inclusion
Entrepreneurship
Innovation
Leadership 40.85
Management 40.19
Marketing
Mental Health 58.69
Open Innovation
Predictive Analytics
Sales
Culture 49.63
HR 30.04

Industry Experience

Automotive
Engineering & Construction
Federal & Public Sector
Financial Services & Banking
Forest Products & Paper
Healthcare
High Tech & Electronics
Hospitality
Insurance
Retail
Textiles Production
Travel & Transportation
Utilities

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Publications

6 Books
Game On - Reinventing Organizational Culture with Gamification
Veritas Publishing
November 12, 2020
The Definition of Work Gamification: “The Systematic facilitation of helping team members combine measurement, motivational psychology, and basic fun in existing or improved Work Processes or Activities, with the objective of fostering desired behaviors and results”.

Game On shares research, case studies and step by step processes that will take you on a fun journey of culture evolution success while impacting your teams’ innovation and lives. And with Pandemic ready strategies, you can easily start getting results immediately

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Tags: Change Management, Culture, Leadership

Lessons From The Monkey King: Leading Change To Create Gorilla-Sized Results
Veritas Publishing
February 02, 2009
This fantastic journey deals with the very real dynamics of how an organizational culture affects an individual and their personal effectiveness. Transform your corporate culture with Directive Communication Psychology and have fun in the process. This "HOW TO" journey empowers you to access the resources you need to make a BIG difference in the way people act and treat each other at work. Armed with psychology and force multiplication strategies you will learn in this book, you can lead the change no matter what position you have in your organization; one individual can make a difference. Prepare to be inspired on this fun and magical journey toward an effective and fulfilling work environment with Arthur F Carmazzi and become an organizational Monkey King.

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Tags: Change Management, Culture, Leadership

Architects of Extraordinary Team Culture: 5 Secrets from The Ancient Pyramids
Veritas Publishing
February 02, 2009
Apply the Psychology of Team Motivation Clusters to "Predict" Team Performance in this fun Team Leadership and Culture Change fable of ancient Egypt pyramid building...

...including real historical findings, interesting and relevant facts and myths centered around the time just before the construction of the Great Pyramids at Giza.

This team leadership journey follows a young Egyptian, TepTep, in discovering the missing Commitment and Leadership factors that led to the previous 100 plus pyramid projects to fail... and eventually to the ascension in leadership and team culture psychology that led to highly motivated and committed teams whose innovations produced the lasting quality responsible for the great pyramids that still stand today, 4000 years later.

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Tags: Change Management, Culture, Management

Identity Intelligence
Veritas Publishing
March 09, 2006
The Recipe for harnessing the force of human excellence starts with decisions we make daily. We often base these decisions on what happens around us, our Environment, an Environment that is constantly changing. To reach greater levels of fulfillment, we must base our decisions on the "End Result" of who we intend to be as human beings. And while the discovery of this "Identity" is not an easy task, it is the only constant in a world that we constantly react to. Yet, when we Act "Intelligently" instead of Re-Act, our world changes and we create more success, better relationships, greater health and a more fulfilled life.

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Tags: Leadership, Mental Health

The Colored Brain Communication Field Manual
Veritas Publishing
March 09, 2006
LEARN YOUR HOW
How You, Your Team, and Your Customers...
Interpret Information and Surroundings
Process and Take Action
Get Clarity on Solutions, Ideas and Processes
Develop New Skills
By identifying the fundamental patterns in the way our brain genetically processes the world around us, we overcome misunderstanding, conflict, and wastage of individual and group potential. Awareness of these "Brain Communication" processes gives us the means to maximize our capacity act intelligently, to Turbo Charge our natural gifts and use them to maximize our ability to develop "software" for our brain to achieve greater competence across many disciplines. We are able to understand others at a deeper level and unleash greater potential for relationships at work and at home, for easier learning and teaching, and for greater harmony and cooperation with our environment and our teams.

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Tags: Change Management, Leadership, Mental Health

Identity Intelligence - The Force For Making The Right Decisions For Personal And Professional Success
Veritas Publishing
March 02, 2002
The Recipe for harnessing the force of human excellence starts with decisions we make daily. We often base these decisions on what happens around us, our Environment, an Environment that is constantly changing. To reach greater levels of fulfillment, we must base our decisions on the "End Result" of who we intend to be as human beings. And while the discovery of this "Identity" is not an easy task, it is the only constant in a world that we constantly react to. Yet, when we Act "Intelligently" instead of Re-Act, our world changes and we create more success, better relationships, greater health and a more fulfilled life.

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Tags: Culture, Leadership, Management

1 Group
Arthur Carmazzi Group of Companies
DCI
June 01, 2005
THE ARTHUR CARMAZZI BRAND PROMISE
Bring intelligence and productivity into your life. Whether you are managing an organization, caring for your child’s education and future, or traveling. The Arthur Carmazzi brand is for people who have or want a diverse lifestyle, seek success in their work, their relationships and value their time. We are ambitious and like to learn and grow. The Arthur Carmazzi Brand supports us to harness the power of the human brain and spirit and be more effective by conquering our environment and the personal and business relationships within them, living a lifestyle of diversity, relaxation and productivity, and mastering ourselves and the barriers that would stop us from achieving our goals.

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Tags: Culture, HR, Leadership

2 Influencer Awards
Global Gurus Organizational Culture Thought Leader
Global Gurus
November 12, 2020
Arthur’s 2020 strides in organizational culture development were exponentially magnified by his Pandemic initiatives in helping hundereds of organizations understand and redefine their culture in the new normal for free. His accredited “Certified Organizational Culture Consultant” program supported individuals to gain the expertise of his Culture Revolution model and each of these new consultants interned through helping these companies in need providing value upon value and improving the hope and mental health of thousands of emplyees in the process.

Arthur’s research in work gamification and the publishing of his new book, Game On – Reinventing Organizational Culture with Gamification have shown new practical ideas and even included Pandemic Ready strategies to use psychology to redefine pandemic opportunities in employees empowering them to manifest extraordinary cultures and hope and innovation in the process

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Tags: Culture

Global Gurus Leadership Thought Leader
Global Gurus
January 01, 2020

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Tags: Leadership

2 Journal Publications
Classification of brain processing indicators in financial officers
Reseach Gate
August 23, 2019
Background: Arthur F. Carmazzi discovered new way of identifying the human brain’s clarity based on the foundations of genetic neurosciences. The specific terminology of “Ambiguity Relief” was used to refer to the human brain’s processing that supports evaluating information to relate new context to existing knowledge, simplifying ideas, making decisions, and problem solving into actionable elements. Aim and Objective: This study identified the relationship between brain processing indicator and communication of financial officers in Thailand by using the Colored Brain Communication Inventory. Materials and Methods: Fifty participants were involved in this study. All participants were assessed by using the Colored Brain Communication Inventory developed by Arthur F. Carmazzi. Results: All participants were thirty-one males (62%) and nineteen females (38%). There were eleven persons worked as Manager, considered 25%. Nine participants worked as Director and seven participants worked as Deputy Director and Senior Manager were about 18%, 14%, and 14%, respectively. Five participants worked as Senior Director were in the amount of 10% of all the participants while two participants worked as Senior Officer and Officer were 4% and 4%, respectively. Of the fifty participants, the highest number of 28 participants (56%) were reported as Green Brain Processing while 12 participants (24%) were reported as Purple Brain Processing. The less of 7 participants (14%) were reported as Red Brain Processing while only 3 participants (6%) were reported as Blue Brain Processing, respectively. Conclusion: This study is the first study to explore the effects of brain processing indicator and communication on the leadership and working environment by using Colored Brain Communication Inventory tool in Thailand. By adopting conceptual and hypotheses of Colored Brain model, any awareness by participants might help their team members adopt a cooperation attitude instead of trying to change others beyond their own processes which creating frustration on both sides.

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Tags: Culture, Leadership, Management

OBSERVATION AND GENETIC FOUNDATIONS OF THE BRAIN'S "AMBIGUITY RELIEF PROCESSES.
International Journal of Advanced Research
May 16, 2017

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Tags: Culture, Leadership, Mental Health

1 Keynote
Game On - Reinventing Organizational Culture with Gamification
Veritas Publishing
June 26, 2021
-“GAME ON – Reinventing Organizational Culture with GAMIFICATION”.
1. Are you and your people feeling isolated and uncertain?
2. Would you like your Teams to be Innovative and Proactively Solve Problems?
3. Would you like Your People Excited about the True Potential of Your Organization and Create an Environment that will support Everyone’s Success?

Many People are feeling isolated and uncertain during the pandemic… but great Leaders have harnessed the power of Crisis to bread Unity and Hope throughout history by involving the people in a greater purpose.
This session will demonstrate how the business strategies of WORK GAMIFICATION can show you VISIBLE RESULTS in the Engagement, Excitement, and Innovation of your People and more Unity than You EVER Imagined during “normal” times.

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Tags: Change Management, Culture, Leadership

5 Media Interviews
Transforming Organizational Change
PeopleHum
May 03, 2021
Aishwarya Jain talks to Arthur Carmazzi on how to build a culture proof organization for business success. for. If you like the podcast, please subscribe to the channel, so we could keep producing more content like this!

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Tags: Culture, Leadership, Management

The architects of the culture in an organization - Arthur Carmazzi
PeopleHum
April 04, 2020
We have the pleasure of welcoming Arthur Carmazzi today to our interview series. I’m Aishwarya Jain from the peopleHum team. Before we begin, just a quick intro of PeopleHum.peopleHum is an end-to-end, one-view, integrated human capital management automation platform, the winner of the 2019 global Codie Award for HCM that is specifically built for crafted employee experiences and the future of work.

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Tags: Change Management, Culture, Leadership

11 Steps to Building a Global People Development Consulting Practice
HuffPost
December 10, 2017
How DCI built a multi-million-dollar international consultancy and training business starting from ONE guy and no money.

Arthur Carmazzi started alone and half a million dollars in debt from previous business failure. Today Arthur Carmazzi and his team have built the DCI consulting practice to 384 independent DC Psychology licenced consultants that DCI supports in 14 different countries, three of these making over $1M per year in revenue. So what changed? What strategies took Arthur Carmazzi from desperation to global powerhouse?

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Tags: Business Strategy, Change Management, Culture

Directive Communication Psychology
Wikipedia publishing
December 10, 2017
The discipline was founded in 2001 when Carmazzi found himself working in a dysfunctional organisation and performing at levels far below his own aptitude. While he was underperforming at work, he found himself to be innovative and perform well with his friends on various projects. He also found that different groups of friends brought out different facets of his attitude and personality, some being positive and others not. His findings were later published as he discovered that an individual’s performance was directly related to the unique group environment he or she was in. The initial work showed some people performed extremely well in one environment and, even with the same requirements, performed poorly in others. The group dynamics studies led the development of the 6 primary models that Carmazzi identified as foundations to understand how different mixes of individuals affect performance differently. The models supported individuals within a group to influence the dynamics and performance of that group.[1][2][3]

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Directive Communication Psychology
Wikipedia publishing
February 01, 2006
Directive Communication Psychology (DC) is a training and organisational development psychology developed by Arthur F. Carmazzi that reveals how people act and react in groups while providing a structure for the influence of those groups.[1][2][3][4]

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2 Miscellaneouss
Creating Sustainable Organizational Culture Change in 80 Days | Arthur Carmazzi | TEDxMaitighar
TED
July 03, 2019
As a bestselling author and founder of the Directive Communication Psychology, Arthur’s corporate culture transformation methods have created sustainable organizational culture change in organizations across the world. Arthur Carmazzi is the creator of the (OCEAN) Organizational Culture Change Assessment to bench-mark current organizational culture and measure it as it Evolves. Arthur Carmazzi’s corporate culture evolution process has a 100% success rate in creating visible organizational change in as little as 2 weeks.... and he briefly covers the foundation of “Creating Sustainable Organizational Culture Change in 80 Days” in this TEDx talk.

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Arthur F Carmazzi
Wikipedia publishing
February 02, 2009
Wikipedia
Carmazzi was born in Carson City, Nevada. He went to Carson High School and attended University of Nevada - Reno, Pacific University, and Montana State University majoring in various disciplines from business to psychology and international marketing to chemical and electrical engineering. While he attended these various universities over a 5-year period, he received no degree. He was hired as a Copywriter in his first job in Deco & Co. in 1986, in spite of his challenge of dyslexia and A.D.S., he was soon promoted to the youngest account executive in the history of the company. He left Deco on 1988 to build a small company he purchased – Frontier Corporate Kit Company – that dealt in corporate business structure to a legal clientele. He built the company to the 3rd largest of its kind in the United States.[7][4]

In 1990, he was stabbed in an attempted robbery where he almost lost his life. This event gave him new a new perspective in life so he sold his company and most of his positions then traveled the globe for 2 years to find his greater self.

In 1992, he moved to South Korea as Managing Director to the Asian venture of the Grail Corporation, an American consulting company dealing in the creation of new retail distribution chains for B2B organisations.[8]

In 1997, Carmazzi’s success prompted him to start his own retail chain in Singapore. Within a year and a half, Carmazzi had not only lost everything, he found himself a half-million Singapore Dollars in Debt. He acclaims this experience as his first real lesson in how ego affects organisational effectiveness.[9]

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2 Speaker Awards
#1 organizational culture thought leader
Global Gurus
January 01, 2020

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Tags: Culture

Global Gurus Leadership Thought Leader
Global Gurus
January 01, 2020

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3 Speaker Bureau Listings
Arthur F Carmazzi
london speaker bureau
November 12, 2020

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Tags: Culture, Leadership

Arthur F Carmazzi
Platinum Speakers
February 19, 2014

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February 05, 2010

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1 Speaker Certification
DC Psychology Master Certification
DCI
March 01, 2004

Issued Mar, 2004 – Expires Dec, 2021

Credential ID DC01

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