Every organisation has a culture, whether they know it and deliberately use it, or not .
Because an organisation’s culture forms organically (and often does so long before any official or formal work is conducted on defining the company culture) there is usually more depth and complexity within a company culture than most organisations understand or give the culture credit for.
The ability to understand company culture is, in fact, the number one criteria required to maximise a company culture. The more an organisation understands what culture is, how it forms and functions, and how it delivers performance, the better positioned the company is to leverage the culture for higher levels of performance, customer experience and employee fulfilment.
Have you ever stopped to consider this question: What role does your organisation’s culture play in your business? You might be surprised at some of the answers you generate from considering this question, and be inspired by the understanding that emerges from your answers.READ MORE
Just as companies and countries have their creditworthiness evaluated by agencies like Standard and Poors, and Moody’s, organisations can evaluate their ‘cultureworthiness’ against my 4A rating scale.READ MORE
As a regular keynote speaker I am always paying attention to which of the points I make during a presentation are having the biggest impact on the audience. My most popular keynote is on the New Zealand Maori Haka and the lessons it contains for creating high performance company cultures.READ MORE