While you may have established good communication channels and processes, you need to disseminate content through those channels. Be rigorous about identifying and sharing stories, "culture moments," and events that reinforce both the culture and the resultant performance that comes from it. A steady stream of content your associates find interesting will keep culture and performance top of mind.
- While you may have good communication…channels and processes,…you need to disseminate content through those channels.…Be rigorous about identifying and sharing stories.…These culture moments and events…reinforce both the culture and the result…and performance that comes from it.…Remember, this is about building a high-performing culture.…You need the high-performing part, too.…Help people see the linkage…between the culture and performance,…and to the extent you can encapsulate…that in a small story or a culture moment,…the easier it will be for people to understand and remember.…
A steady stream of content your associates find interesting…will keep culture and performance top of mind.…But you have to commit to the content.…The difference between a great blog…and a waste of time is that it's consistent,…authentic, informative, and entertaining.…Sporadic posting, posts filled with jargon…and corporate speak and buzzwords,…and dry or dated content will be the death of that channel.…
Keep it real, stay committed to it.…
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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