Company Culture

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The One Culture Move You Have To Make That Most Organizations Don’t

It has been quoted that “Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” but I would have to push back on that statement. I would instead state that we have to figure out how to get culture and strategy to eat breakfast together! Culture without strategy is like having the wind with no sails while having sailed with …

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93% Of Our Employees Agree They Are Fulfilled In Their Everyday Work (Three Simple Things We Did That Worked)

Employee engagement scores have hit an all-time high, according to a recent Gallup Poll, reaching a mere 34% of employees. An interesting correlation can be found when looking into studies that show only 37% of employees know their company’s purpose. I’m confident that leaders have to shift from implementing employee engagement initiatives toward cultivating a feeling of fulfillment …

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Why Some Workplace Culture Efforts Fall Short And How To Rock Yours

Culture is in the way we live as a result of who we are, every day, every action, every habit. Changing our workplace culture is a journey based on changing how we feel, believe and behave. That journey is closely tied to the promises we make, and the promises we keep. We can also draw …

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Infographic: The Case for Company Culture

Building a Culture of Good ensures an engaged culture. Through implementing the three phases of building a Culture of Good, you organization will uncover it’s purpose while engaging employees and customers in meaningful ways. Backed by proven results, you can be confident that your culture efforts are driving your business towards your desired strategic outcomes.  …

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Getting Leadership Buy In

7 Practical Steps to Getting Leadership Buy-In When Pushing for a New Culture Initiative

You must be optimistic about the idea of your Culture initiative; however, it will take more than just optimism to get the all-important leadership buy-in. Outlined below are 7 practical steps that can help you make your culture initiative goal a reality, and also guarantee you that all-important leadership buy-in that is instrumental to its …

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The One Reason I’m Consistently Told Culture Of Good Will Fail (And Why I Believe It)

The One Reason I’m Consistently Told Culture Of Good Will Fail (And Why I Believe It)

Rarely do you have a Co-Founder of a company that has invested seven years of their life building a business admit that maybe all the naysayers are right – Culture of Good is bound to fail…at least in some companies.   I’m fortunate to spend a lot of my time traveling to keynote speeches to audiences, …

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The One Reason Companies Should Build A Culture Of Good (Spoiler: It’s the right thing to do.)

There are many benefits to giving effort toward building a Culture of Good (COG) in an organization. Here are ten benefits:  1.    COG can be your most significant competitive advantage  2.    COG supports your strategic intent 3.    COG aligns your core competency 4.    COG gives all stakeholders meaningful contribution 5.    COG grows volunteerism and passion in your employees 6.    COG takes …

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