A winning culture should supersede the ego of any one individual
Who is your company? Better yet who is your company to your customer? A company, group or organization should have an embedded state of being that is present when you're not there. It consists of a specific formula that is throughout the organization from top to bottom. Joe teaches this formula and shares from his days playing on a world championship team and how he took this core concept and created a culture in his own company that lead to 40+ million dollars in under 5 years.
There are a few keys that create the formula to a winning culture. In this section Joe shares these keys and emphasizes the importance of them to the companies success.
1. Vision is what locks in an individual to an organization and as a leader being able to clearly cast the vision clearly creates a powerful connection and loyalty.
2. Code: A code that includes operations and ethics provides an actionable structure to the culture as well as the daily methods of operation. But it's important to help the member understand why the code is important is important iso they will be inspired to follow.
3. Accountability to Results: Focusing on Results provides clarity. All actions should provide the results with the customer experience as a top priority.
4. Power of the assist. This is all about helping others to succeed through influence. So many employees or group members ton't feel like they matter and because of this they don't give their all on an everyday basis which results in poor performance and moral.
Today, an unbelievable four different generations are sharing the workplace today – Traditional Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials. With each generation having its own culture and beliefs how do you successfully manage each one so that you are able to optimize their performance but also addressing their differences? The answer is crucial to your organization’s culture and long-term strategic success.
In this program, best-selling author Joe Courtney, shares his research and insights into the four generations motivations, differences, and communication styles. You will learn how organizations across various industries are thriving with a multigenerational workforce. And you’ll gain specific actionable strategies to manage your cross-generational challenges and turn your multigenerational workforce into a competitive advantage.