Category Archives: Organizational Culture
Lisa Jackson and Gerry Schmidt of Corporate Culture Pros offer a variety of resources on our website to help you learn more about organizational culture and change management.
Culture Made Simple: Getting Back to Basics If you are culture building ... the work of being agile and ensuring smart, talented people want to work for you... there are a lot of things you CAN do. Yet only a few principles that really matter. (I am teaching about them in my NEW online Culture Builder Academy starting February…Read more
Scaling Culture Requires Conscious Leadership Meet Joe. Joe is the CEO of a software company that is growing by leaps and bounds. They are projecting $110 million in sales in 2016, doubled from 2013. Joe has several hundred employees working for him now. Joe believes in culture. He knows that scaling culture means ROI, through attracting…Read more
Team Culture: 7 Short & Sweet Tips to Re-Energize a Team or Project Do you feel it’s time to refresh things around your work team or project? Team culture is an opportunity to create a small tribe or to better align with your larger company culture. Culture can be owned at every level in an organization.…Read more
Organizational Culture Assessment: Strategies for Culture Surveys and Cultural Competency What are YOUR culture goals this year? from Lisa J on Vimeo. Receive FREE Culture Tips and Tools Now Your privacy is assured. Your email will never be shared. Organizational culture assessment done properly, engages leaders and employees in a performance-improving dialogue. Video Script: Grow.…Read more
Organizational Communications in the Modern Workplace How has communication in our society changed what employees need to hear from you? Short. Visual. Repeat Key Messages. Clear Call to Action. How much are you mirroring these principles in your organizational communications? Too often, leaders believe their content is so interesting and important, they miss the essential point: Effective…Read more
Culture Definition: Improving Your Organization’s Culture to Grow and Innovate. In 2014, Merriam Webster named “Culture” the word of the year. Merriam-Webster chose culture by analyzing their most popular words, and which experienced the biggest spike in look-ups during the year. “Culture is a word that we seem to be relying on more and more. It allows…Read more