If you are waiting until you have a problem to take action you’re waiting too long.
High-performing organizations don’t wait for problems to arise before taking action, they continuously take stock of where they’re at and where they’re going and they adapt along the way. Culture management begins with committed leadership because the company’s culture always reflects the beliefs and values of its leaders. Leaders need to take a tactical and practical approach to manage their desired culture on a daily basis. This can be recognizing someone for a job well done or stopping into a colleague’s office to say hello. It could also be integrating modern technology to make work easier or offering flexibility and allowing employees to manage their own time.
The gothamCulture team can partner with you to develop a customized culture management plan to keep your organization’s culture on track for years to come.
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