Is your workplace principle-focused, purposeful, and personally fulfilling?

Are you looking for a strategy to manage change in your organization?

Culture can be your company’s hidden asset. Learn how to use culture to drive change.

Use the Building a Culture of Distinction Program to define organizational culture and manage change

To build your culture of distinction, you must first define the Core Culture of your organization. When you can define your Core Culture, you can evaluate how well it positions you for success, and, if need be, you can change it to compete and thrive.

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Buy the Building a Culture of Distinction workbooks to define your organization’s culture and manage change

The key is to link strategy and change initiatives to the Core Culture of the workplace. If you do not ground the organizational practices in the company’s Core Culture, then change will be difficult to sustain.

Manage change from the inside out

Now there is a process for defining organizational culture and leading organizational change. This unique process starts at the core of your culture and lets you manage change from the inside out.

  • Define your organization’s vital Purpose, distinctive and enduring Philosophy and strategic Priorities.
  • Audit your Practices and Projections for alignment with the Core Culture principles.
  • Plan steps for living your culture more consistently each day.
  • Implement the plan and monitor change.

Sheila L. Margolis, PhD is President of the Workplace Culture Institute based in Atlanta, GA. Let Sheila guide you in building your culture of distinction. Manage this valuable, hidden asset so that culture becomes a force that drives your business.