In a world where employees are often unsure of what the strategy of the company is, having a clear overarching emphasis on where your company wants to achieve market leadership can make all the difference. Read on to see how your competitive strategy can influence your success.
Posts Tagged: Culture
In this day and age, when we don’t sync our smart phones we double-book our schedules, miss important meetings not in our calendars, can’t make phone calls because we don’t have the numbers…why would our corporate culture be any different?
As human beings it is often said we are wired to look for the problems, but what if we looked for the amazing things in our lives instead?
Being Mindful is not about “meditation” or “being calm” although certainly those are tools; instead being mindful “helps us be aware of what is happening to ourselves right now” – paying attention to our lives in increments of moments and Dr. Jeremy Hunter of the Drucker School of Management has seen the powerful impact using these practices in your company can have.
Accountability is a hot topic with many of my clients. Here’s what I think is the #1 way to build Accountability in your organization!
Conflict impacts the performance and ability to get work done, not only of the people involved, but everyone around them. It is not something companies can ignore!
Can companies have a culture that is independent from results? My opinion is definitely not. If companies don’t ensure these two entities are aligned early enough there is a threat that culture will impede your results!
We often use the phrase “Our Employees Are Our Greatest Asset,” but what do we mean when we make this statement? I must admit, I don’t think I have ever heard a company actually define what they mean by employees being their greatest asset, and if it’s not defined, then chances are the employees aren’t…
Do you believe you can create successful employees thought self-fulfilling prophesies? I do and both this article in the Harvard Business Review and that 1960’s study in a San Francisco elementary school seem to point that way as well. Read on to hear how easier graders on performance reviews and biased expectations fostered success.
There are no right or wrong corporate cultures – and no two cultures will ever be the same, but the truth is culture impacts your business in every possible way, from the types of employees you attract and retain, to the decisions that you make, the customers that you work with and the ability of your business to be successful. Have you been thinking about your Company’s Culture lately?