Employees don’t do what’s written in a PowerPoint or framed on a wall. Instead, they typically emulate the behaviors of leadership. That’s why training people leaders at all levels on expected behaviors is so important, along with the workforce at large.
When renovating culture, it’s important to understand the culture types that currently exist and the type(s) that are desired in the future. It’s also important to know the “traits” that typically support that culture type when thinking about behaviors expected throughout the organization. In Culture Renovation®, I outlined some of these types and traits that our team created, along with companies that most would associate with these descriptions. Take a look at the chart…what culture type(s) does your organization possess today and, more importantly, what would you like to see more of in the future?