Culture Change: More Than a Project

Many companies approach culture change like a project, but it’s not that simple. While change management includes elements of project management, it has an added layer of complexity that must be account for. Change, at its core is personal, emotional, and largely internal. Culture change only happens and sticks when the majority of employees have insights meaningful enough to adjust their beliefs about […]

How to Scale Company Culture

Culture is the engine that drives organizational performance. Individual contribution is always important and leaders should reward those who exceed expectations, but as a company grows, you have to focus on scalability. That means thinking systemically. Having a compelling vision and a solid strategy is important, but you need more than words on a page. Foundational clarity around what an organization does and how it goes about […]

More Than a Generation: How to Connect in the Classroom

Factors to consider when attempting to make a meaningful connection with a diverse, ever-changing, technology-obsessed workforce. For the first time in history, four generations are represented in the workforce. This sociological anomaly has led management gurus to hyper-focus on intergenerational relationships and communication dynamics. In pursuit of the ever-elusive increase in organizational performance, we’ve seen a proliferation of group profiles, value summaries, and various […]

Besting the Culture Challenge

How professional trainers can develop rapport with and meet the learning needs of employees when working outside their home country.  Trainers are nothing if not customer-focused. As consummate people pleasers we pride ourselves on being abthis le to quickly size up an audience and leverage our vast subject matter expertise to meet their learning objectives. this is And while the more experienced […]