Why Company Culture

Culture is a group´s most stable and important asset!

Leadership is the key to both make and change the culture in an organization. 
The leaders must go ahead to show the way in terms of what to do and not to do. 

Contrary to the ‘I’ point of view analyzed in engagement surveys – Culture EXPLOIT seek to understand the ‘We’.
According to Berkeley Professor Morten Hansen, who found out through his research how much greater the impact of purpose in relation to passion had on job performance. The results of Hansen's research were fantastic.

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Measure - Observe - Valuate - Elevate

You need to know where you are to be able to change. Make better decisions based on your employees' strengths. Breaking down the silos with action plans to improve.

94% of business leaders say “agility and collaboration” are critical to their organization ́s success. Great culture is correlating to the quality of the leadership. Top-performing employees are critically important for sustainable business growth. Repeat the process of continuous improvement

"Passion is individualistic. It can energize us but also isolate us, because my passion isn’t yours. By contrast, purpose is something we can share. It can knit groups together.”
Dan & Chip Heath from Power of Moment

Measure - Observe - Valuate - Elevate

What to expect from your Team

What can you really expect from your employers and and how to lead through their strengths. Work requires more collaboration. 60% of employees need to coordinate with at least 10 people to complete their day-to-day work; 30% of employees need to coordinate with 20 or more, and these number are rising.

If you are going in blind you´ll miss the mark

Employee attitudes can make or break your business.
Today strategy is often based on surroundings alone. The people who are going to implement the strategy are often forgotten.

What is Company Culture?

"Culture tells us how to respond to an unprecedented service request. It tells us whether to risk telling our bosses about our new ideas, and whether to surface or hide problems. We make hundreds of decisions on our own every day, and culture is our guide. Culture tells us what to do when the CEO isn’t in the room, which is of course most of the time.”
- Francis Frey & Anne Morriss

ready to measureably improve the culture in the organization?

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