Learn to put together a committee of employees to champion and build a positive culture.
- A leader's job is to focus on culture.…Create the right culture,…and all the rest will fall into place.…A good culture creates a place…for good employees to do good work.…But, while leaders should lead culture,…they surely shouldn't do it alone.…You need some culture champions on your side…and that's where a culture committee comes in.…So let's talk about the who, what, when,…where, and why of culture committees.…Who should be on it?…I recommend no more than eight people.…
You should be from all levels of the organization…and they should be people who are natural leaders.…You don't want Debbie Downers in your meetings…who won't be able to rally the troops…for all the exciting things you're doing with culture.…How you come to appoint members of the committee…depends on the situation.…You may want to send out an email…that you're looking for volunteers.…But if you're worried about Debbie Downer raising her hand,…you may want to just handpick members instead.…You might also consider asking for nominations…and then selecting those who have the most votes.…
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- Defining a negative workplace
- The ROI of a positive workplace
- Conducting an employee survey
- Creating a vision for change
- Building a strategic plan
- Using your performance management system
- Leading change