Values are defined as your organization’s beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors and the collective output of these culminate in your culture. A well-defined and executed organizational culture is a key building block of the workforce experience. It results in better talent attraction, higher retention, and engagement. Understand how to define, build, and sustain values and culture.
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Deborah Konitsney the Director of Organization Research at Kaiser Permanente discusses how Kaiser Permanente has taken on the task of building a high-performance culture by developing a comprehensive model for performance.
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My father used to say frequently, “To a young boy with a new hammer, everything is a nail.” Unfortunately, for many young managers, training is a hammer and every sort of performance challenge is a nail.
We’ve all heard the criticism of “hard” women in leadership roles- the infamous diva stereotype many women feel they have to play to in order to flourish in a “man’s world”. If every coin has two sides, the other end of this spectrum is showing up to work as a maternal leader.
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If you’re not developing your employees’ ability to apply critical thinking skills, then you’re missing a huge opportunity. Improved critical thinking skills lead to more effective problem-solving, well-reasoned decisions, improved strategic thinking, and better planning and implementation in your organization.
Mistakes. Everyone makes them, from entry-level employees to C-suite executives. What separates good employees from great employees is how they handle their mistakes. Mistakes are not just occasions to be shrugged off. You should not beat yourself up over them, but they do create a perfect learning opportunity because they shed light to the areas you need to improve on most.
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