Here's the deal -- there are a LOT of ways to go about building a culture. Some cultures are generic or happen by default. They are typically really borning and don't inspire anyone.
Some workplace cultures are built through perks, incentives and the latest technology - which mostly creates confusion and an entitlement mentality.
Still other cultures are developed through DIY hacks, the latest book, video or management trend. The problem there is that most ideas aren't strategic, principle-based, scalable or timeless.
While ideas can be found in many places, we strongly believe that building a truly world-class culture -- which is key to your competitive advantage -- means it can't be generic, fear-based, or hacked together without a clear intention or strategy.
We believe that you and your employees deserve to have a culture that is intentionally designed with a proven strategy that works.
That's what the Freedom at Work model achieves for our clients and it's what we teach you how to do in our Freedom-Centered Cultures course.
Here's what you'll learn in the course:
> Discover how to design meaningful engagement opportunities that deliver results.
> Get employees clear about and aligned around purpose, vision, and values statements.
> Create systems that replace micro-management with a culture of self-governed leaders.
> Teach employees how to successfully give and receive feedback.
> Cultivate an environment of integrity and high ethical standards.
> Help everyone understand how to make democratic decisions clearly and effectively.
> Trim the unnecessary bureaucracy that slows things down.
> Develop best practices that encourage respectful and effective communication.
> Learn how to hire effectively for a Freedom-Centered Culture.
> Discover how to design best practices that create real trust.
> Learn how to scale your systems, processes and overall culture effectively.
> Create the systems and processes that allow everyone to collaborate effectively.
> Effectively design how to give employees the flexibility they want.
> Create systems and processes for effective accountability throughout your organization.
> Develop systems where all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully and have equal access to opportunities and resources.
> Design practices that balance autonomy with connection.
> Discover how to design an overall employee experience that is fulfilling and inspiring.