Culture needs constant reinforcement because it is nothing more than the sum of our daily actions. You'll need to communicate about the culture through different channels with different content. This requires a content management strategy. Using vehicles like town halls, blogs, newsletters, conference calls, and emails require deliberate management to ensure you're delivering the right content through the right channel.
- Culture needs constant reinforcement,…because it's nothing more…than the sum of your daily actions.…You'll need to communicate the culture…through different channels with different content.…This requires a Content Management Strategy.…This isn't something you just farm out…to corporate communications.…Senior leadership needs to be an integral content source.…They have to speak with an authentic voice.…Vehicles like Town halls, Blogs, Newsletters,…Conference calls, and Emails,…require deliberate management to ensure you're delivering…the right content through the right channel.…
One organization has regular town halls…with their senior leaders.…Those senior leaders show up every single quarter…and talk about the culture of the organization.…They make frequent internal website updates.…They have an email newsletter…that goes out to all associates.…And once a quarter,…they have a President's Plate award ceremony,…where people receive an award,…but part of that award is directly linked…to the culture they're trying to build.…
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- Components of high-performing cultures
- Assessing your current culture
- Defining high performance
- Creating a compelling vision and mission
- Tying strategy to culture
- Communicating the culture
- Building your teams and processes
- Highlighting culture moments
- Providing regular feedback