Leadership development alone is not enough to create a winning culture. This is everyone's shared responsibility. Building a winning culture is a broad, comprehensive process that defines a common game field and playbook for the whole organization. This includes not only leadership but also putting values into practice, communication, structures, goal setting and improving everyday practices.
Any organization that wants to be a leading organization and create long-term success.
It doesn't matter if the organization is small or large. What is needed is commitment from leadership and a genuine willingness to challenge their own practices and ways of working.
This is not suitable for an organization that believes in quick wins and wants to change its culture in a few weeks. The culture of an organization will only change when the people in it change their practices. Leadership first.
A company's only lasting competitive advantage is its culture. Culture cannot be copied.
The concept of culture is not only clarified but it is developed and strengthened collectively in the desired direction. This also produces a positive economic result.
A common understanding of what excellent working practices means to us (leadership, subordinate skills, teamwork and a playbook).
The process will explore what our values mean in practice, why we as individuals and as a community act the way we do, help understanding diversity, define clear goal setting to guide our actions, identify excellent leadership and strengthen our feedback culture.