Corporate Culture: Is Yours By Design Or Default?
Whether it’s the Super Bowl or World Series, when the winning team celebrates in the locker room, the players often say the same thing: “What made the difference for us is we’re a family. We care about each other. It doesn’t feel like anything is out of the ordinary to go out of our way. We don’t have an attitude like ‘I’m a guard and I don’t play a forward position.’ We help out wherever we can for the benefit of the whole.”
That is the kind of attitude companies need to develop. You want people who don’t stay in their silos but instead look for the greater good of the organization and the customer. That’s when the magic happens.
There are four key components to building a winning culture:
1) Recognition systems
2) Communications systems
3) Empowerment processes
4) Personal and professional development processes
If company leaders make culture a high priority, the people in our companies will willingly come in early, stay late, work weekends. They will see their work as far more than a job.
– The power of a shared vision
– Who is the Cheerleader?
– Proven top and bottom line benefits
– Avoiding the 5 o’clock stampede
– How about a welcome party?
– Prescription for culture success
– A fun way to grow
– Is there such a thing as “overly recognized”?
– A “we” company beats a “they” company
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