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Event: 2010 Latin American/Caribbean Conference in Costa Rica

Event: 2010 Latin American/Caribbean Conference in Costa Rica

Date Presented: 5 March 2010

Title: Taking It to the Core: Culture, Purpose &Values

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    • Taking it to the Core: Culture, Purpose and Values
    • Our attention span is shrinking.
    • 5+ ventures
    • 6 years in current business
    • 50 employees
    • 80,000+ entrepreneurs served
    • Culture is the building block of a great company.
    • Core purpose is…
    • the reason for being
    • or
    • the why
    • Core values are not…
    • aspirations
    • honesty
    • respect
    • excellence
    • these are the rules to play
    • Core values are…
    • never changing
    • guiding principles
    • transcend product or service
    • and ultimately
    • the how
    • These companies get it…
    • Discovering your core values
    • Core values are all about stories.
    • Describe your best person 10 minutes
    • Stories from managers 1-3 months
    • How to test it
    • Fire or hire?
    • Same in next company?
    • Wordsmith
    • Reading
    • Building Your Company’s Vision By Collins and Porras
    • Make Your Values Mean Something By Lencioni
    • Vision Framework www.jimcollins.com
    • Visualize it
    • Performance Culture
    • Timely and meaningful feedback is valuable.
    • Reviews suck
    • So do them more often
    • Yes, quarterly
    • Core values 50%
    • Competencies 10%
    • Goals 40%
    • Bonuses
    • Paid quarterly
    • Individual Goals 50%
    • Company Goals 50%
    • Authenticity is more important than “selling”.
    • Stand out from the crowd, don’t join it.
    • Buzz
    • PR is helping reporters do their job, not selling your crap
    • Entrepreneurship
    • DAVID HAUSER @dh dhauser@grasshopper.com