Creating a World-Class Culture – Information Age Leadership, Part 9
This entry in my ongoing series of video blogs “Leadership in the Information Age,” is called “Creating a World-Class Culture.”
A thriving organizational culture requires effort and investment. Agree to prioritize this ecosystem every day. This is a commitment that must be exercised from the top levels of leadership on down.
A world-class culture doesn’t happen by accident. Establish your mission, intent, and goals up front and make them a priority every day. It is important to be persistent and follow through on these principles – but not to the point of blindness. Revisit and adapt them as necessary.
Attention, consistency, and reflection are critical to your journey to a world-class culture.
Discover the value of creating a world-class culture in your organization with this video. In the video, you’ll learn how and why your culture contributes to who you want to be and how you’ll get there.