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Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’
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Creating 'Intentional Culture in the Workplace’

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Workplaces can either accidentally wind up with a culture, the normal way a work group behaves, or workplaces can be intentional about building a culture that truly represents who they are and aspire …

Workplaces can either accidentally wind up with a culture, the normal way a work group behaves, or workplaces can be intentional about building a culture that truly represents who they are and aspire to be.

It’s all about knowing your values and choosing to emphasize those behaviors that put your values into action. In this webinar you will learn:

- How to identify your company’s key values and current culture
- How to be intentional about designing a workplace culture that is right for your team
- 8 common practices you can implement at your workplace that are foundational for building a fully engaged team

Company culture matters. Learn how to organically foster a culture that will help with employee retention and the bottom line with Clare Coonan of Five Degrees Consulting.

Looking for more HR and business development training and help? Visit us at www.gnapartners.com

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  • 1. Intentional culture: How to build a strong work culture Clare Coonan Five Degrees Consulting 10/14/10
  • 2. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. What you get today • What is corporate culture • What differentiates a strong culture from a weak culture • 8 practices for building an engaged culture
  • 3. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Culture “The way things get done around here.”
  • 4. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Talk = Walk
  • 5. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. My Values Exercise
  • 6. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. What do you do daily or weekly to express this value?
  • 7. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Jack Welch on business Employee Engagement Customer Satisfaction Free Cash Flow
  • 8. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Engaged vs. disengaged
  • 9. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Finding your people
  • 10. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Culture of Engagement 8 Practices of Universal Valuing
  • 11. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Your #1 Job Help Other Succeed
  • 12. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Communicate: “You Matter”
  • 13. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Honor the Absent
  • 14. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. 2 out of 3 Rule • Say something negative • Say someone’s name (identify the person) • Someone else can hear
  • 15. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Tornadoes at Work Avoid Walk Away Change the topic
  • 16. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. See The Problem, Own The Problem
  • 17. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Rank Your Team • 8-10 = do this most of the time • 6-7 = do this often • 4-5 = do this some of the time • 1-3 = do this rarely job #1 = help others succeed communicate “you matter” honor the absent see the problem, own the problem
  • 18. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Autonomous Culture vs. Compliance Culture
  • 19. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Transparent Communication I trust you!
  • 20. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Information is not a Thing
  • 21. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Information is Organic
  • 22. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Inclusive Decision Making
  • 23. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Creative Space
  • 24. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Seek and Give Routine Feedback 2008 World Series Performance 5 games 21 at Bats 3 runs scored 6 hits 1 double 3 home runs 6 runs batted in (rbi) 3 base on balls (walk) 9 strike outs .286 batting average
  • 25. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Model the Way Integrity Know Yourself Seek Feedback Actions Alignment Wisdom Humility
  • 26. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Rank Your Team • 8-10 = do this most of the time • 6-7 = do this often • 4-5 = do this some of the time • 1-3 = do this rarely transparent communication inclusive decision making creative space seek and give feedback
  • 27. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Thank you Questions? Clare Coonan clare@fivedeg.com
  • 28. Copyright ©2010 by Five Degrees Consulting. All rights reserved. Thank you to our speaker

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