Company Culture

What is Your Culture Worth to You?

For many organizations, workplace culture is something you develop if you have time. It’s a luxury. When we’re done putting out fires and taking care of business, we’ll schedule that off-site and develop our core values and finally create that “fun committee.” I think it’s a huge mistake to treat culture this way. And it fundamentally misunderstands two very important truths about culture in organizations…. Read More»

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#SocialLeader: Digging Into What Employees Want From Leaders. Hint: It’s Social

Why is working for a social CEO so desirable? What exactly do employees want from their leaders? Our focus in tonight’s #SocialLeader is to get to the bottom of that question. We want to hear from our community of blue unicorns about your experiences and why you are or aren’t working for social CEOs…. Read More»

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4 Agreements to Transform Company Culture

Many advocates for change in company culture don’t understand a fundamental truth. Or, this truth is buried deep in their cortex and continues to surface in different ways, but they haven’t framed it yet. They haven’t given it a name and formalized it in a way that allows for examination and action…. Read More»

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The Engagement Crisis: How Disengagement is the Best Solution Anyway

Lately, it seems it’s impossible to open a newsfeed without running into another statistic on the amount of disengagement happening worldwide. The press coverage makes it seem frightening – this new nemesis of leaders and organizations called disengagement. At a minimum it’s sobering. But what if we have it all wrong? And what if we could reframe it?… Read More»

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