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Engagement & Results-
Correlation or Causation?
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Strategy to Results
Strategy must go through culture to produce results
Culture eats strateg...
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
About Work Effects
• Over 20 years of experience in leadership and
organizational developmen...
A Look at Engagement
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Who’s Engaged?
Achievers’ 50 Most Engaged Companies
Fortune’s
Business Insider’s 50 Best Com...
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Core Values Examples
Why Health + Culture?
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Failed Cultures Make Headlines
• Volkswagen – A culture that discourages open dialogue and l...
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Health vs. Culture
How it’s done
What is done“
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Bad Good
Good Good
Every organization w...
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Organizational Culture
Healthy Culture Purposefully Aligned Culture
• Consistent across
orga...
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Leadership Trust Capability Results
Culture drives results, healthy culture drives better re...
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
Aligning Strategy and Culture requires a Healthy
Organization
→ Where you’re going
→ How you...
Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
What Drives What?
• Results come from engaged employees
• People like to work for successful...
Leadership & Culture Alignment
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Engagement & Results- Correlation or Causation?

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Work Effects' unique approach to organizational health and purposeful culture transforms organizations by driving strategy through culture to get results.

This contrasts the popularized idea that a "good" culture is guaranteed if employees are engaged. This view of culture is merely the health of the organization and is only part of what culture is.

Work Effects views culture on spectrum of great-to-great, not great-to-toxic. Feeling good or bad about the organization is not the same as “how” work gets done and does not fully define what organizational culture is.

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Engagement & Results- Correlation or Causation?

  1. 1. Engagement & Results- Correlation or Causation?
  2. 2. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects Strategy to Results Strategy must go through culture to produce results Culture eats strategy for lunch –Peter Drucker Strategy Leadership Trust Culture Capability Results
  3. 3. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects About Work Effects • Over 20 years of experience in leadership and organizational development • WE hold expertise in creating the right:  Metrics: “You can’t change what you can’t measure!”  Methods: the change process and technology  Movement: facilitation, training, and coaching • What you get: Purposeful culture Competitive advantage Increased workforce productivity Highly committed workforce Mission: Transform leader and culture beliefs to align with business strategy to create competitive advantage.
  4. 4. A Look at Engagement
  5. 5. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects Who’s Engaged? Achievers’ 50 Most Engaged Companies Fortune’s Business Insider’s 50 Best Companies to Work for
  6. 6. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects Core Values Examples
  7. 7. Why Health + Culture?
  8. 8. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects Failed Cultures Make Headlines • Volkswagen – A culture that discourages open dialogue and limits checks and balances can prompt cheating and fraud, Entrepreneur 2016 • Toshiba – the CEOs did not directly instruct anyone to cook the books but rather placed immense pressure on subordinates and waited for the corporate culture to turn out the results they wanted. WSJ, July 2015 • Exxon - indicative of a polluted corporate culture that must change The Guardian, December 2015 • General Motors - How CEO Mary Barra is using the ignition-switch scandal to change GM's culture Fortune, September 2015 • Veterans Affairs – VA culture of reprisals against whistleblowers remains strong after scandal Washington Post, September 2015 “ ”
  9. 9. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects Health vs. Culture How it’s done What is done“ “ ” ” Bad Good Good Good Every organization wants to be healthy. There is no one right way to approach culture.
  10. 10. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects
  11. 11. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects Organizational Culture Healthy Culture Purposefully Aligned Culture • Consistent across organization • How values are lived • Proven to be necessary for success, regardless of industry • Aligned to strategy • Secret sauce- this is the DNA of an organization • Determines success or failure
  12. 12. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects Leadership Trust Capability Results Culture drives results, healthy culture drives better results.
  13. 13. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects Aligning Strategy and Culture requires a Healthy Organization → Where you’re going → How you’ll get there → Enablers & Inhibitors STRATEGIC GOALS PURPOSEFUL CULTURE HEALTHY ORGANIZATION
  14. 14. Copyright © 2016 Work Effects What Drives What? • Results come from engaged employees • People like to work for successful, effective, and positive organizations • Business results produce a more engaged, healthy, and values-driven organization • Strategy is the catalyst to results, purposeful culture makes it sustainable Common Belief- Causation Our Belief- Correlation
  15. 15. Leadership & Culture Alignment 15 527 Marquette Ave S, Suite 900 Minneapolis, MN 55402 www.work-effects.com 612.333.4272

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