Paths to Positively Impact Culture and Employee Potential
In this post-COVID era, we are now in a social contract. Employees want to work in great workplace cultures with great leaders who coach and mentor their growth potential.
While this accelerated shift in employee needs will propel organizations forward and serves as a competitive advantage, many leaders and managers are underprepared to meet and model these new needs.
We know culture eats strategy for breakfast, and if polluted will wreak havoc on operations and employee engagement, too.
So how do leaders directly impact their organizational culture for the better good? Organizational culture coaching is a growing field that supports a systemic approach to culture transformation. The process is specific and tangible.
Culture Assessments and Programs
I offer two separate paths to strengthen culture and a third option to support the Non-Profit Board and Executive Director partnership and culture.
Do you know the actual lived experience of your employees as opposed to the assumptions made? Do you understand how and if their basic needs are met by the organization; how and if their psychological needs are met by their colleagues and finally how their growth needs and potential are met by their managers and leaders?
The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety™
A culture of psychological safety is one of rewarded vulnerability where employees feel included, safe to learn, contribute and challenge the status quo without fear of being embarrassed, marginalized or punished in small or significant ways.
Executive Director and Board Partnerships
The Board-Staff alignment is critically important to the success of an organization. It requires trust, candor and a clear understanding and respect for the delineation of roles. Boards govern and management leads staff. When each stay in their respective lane, and powerful third entity emerges that propels leadership forward.