Part II of John Mattone’s thoughts on cultural transformations in your organization
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The 6 Critical Steps Required to Transform Culture
- Culture starts with the CEO. Are you a CEO who ‘Thinks Different” and “Thinks Big”?
- Do you counter-balance “Thinking Different” and “Thinking Big” with heavy doses of humility? In other words, do you have the guts to be vulnerable and recognize that while you may be great in certain areas both individually and collectively as a company, you still have …gaps that need to be addressed to achieve greatness? Are you able to see and feel the pain associated with staying the same and are you able to get your team to see and feel the pain? People only consider changing when the pain associated with staying the same is perceived to be worse than the pain associated with change.
- Creating a compelling future for your people and teams? It starts with great leadership at all levels.
- Are you able to change mindsets? If you can change mind sets you can change behavior. If you can change behavior, you will change results.
- Are you able to push the talent levers in support of your new culture?
- Are you passionate and diligent in measuring progress and course-correcting?
Corporate Culture Exists Whether You Define It or Not
Whether you articulate it or not, your organization has its own culture. When corporate culture is ignored, it might evolve in a way that’s good, but then again, it might calcify into a culture that drives away your best people and stifles improvement efforts. Know the goals you want the organization to achieve and learn what changes are necessary to achieve them. Change is hard, but nothing worthwhile is easy.
About John Mattone
John Mattone is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on leadership, talent and culture. He is the author of eight books, including three best-sellers and has been recognized by The Thinkers 50 and Globalgurus.com as one of the world’s top ten leadership authorities and executive coaches.