Creating Intentional Culture
Creating an intentional, distinctive culture that articulates organizational priorities, company values and behaviors and sets clear expectations of leadership lays the foundation for employee engagement, productivity, and heightens the potential for a business' success.
Organizations that take an active approach to culture attract and engage the right talent and activate their business. They build a community within the organization that people want to be a part of and is an important differentiator to set the organization apart.
In our experience with thousands of team members at dozens of companies, these are the 3 types of conversations that cause people the most pain at work.
How do you keep your team productive as it grows? Try these proven strategies for collaborating effectively amidst complexity.
We’ve compiled some of our favorite resources that support a nourishing, focused, and more mindful way to work.
Join peers to enhance your understanding, leave with actionable tools, and return to your organization with inspiration and fresh ideas. Most events also get you professional development credit for attending.
Whatever the topic, difficult conversations can bring up feelings of discomfort, anxiety and even fear. Yet talking might be just what people need to do.