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How to Build Your Ideal Culture, Part 2

Written by Trevor Bron // Published by The ETHOS Group
A lot has been written about Uber over the past 14 months. Most of it has been a scathing indictment of their toxic culture. But just yesterday I saw for the first time the new CEO of Uber, Dara Khosrowshahi in an Uber commercial talking about what the company’s focus must be going forward. He cited two things.
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How to Build Your Ideal Culture

Written by Trevor Bron // Published by The ETHOS Group
Every organization has at least two kinds of culture: Legacy Culture and Shadow Culture.  Both of which can have detrimental impacts on the present day. For many, this is the Culture you fight or the Culture that fights against you. Very few organizations have the Culture they want; the Culture that attracts and keeps both customers and employees. Spend any amount of time reading or watching cable news and you can’t help but run into the “Culture Conversation” everywhere.
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6 vital questions to ask about your culture

Written by admin // Published by The Business Journals

I am addicted. There, I said it.

There is not a home improvement, fix-and-flip or “how it is made” show on TV that I don’t watch. Even if I have seen the episode before, I find myself excitedly watching and waiting for the “big reveal” or to see how it all comes together or to hear the story behind the story.

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What does creativity have to do with culture?

Written by admin // Published by The Business Journals

In his 2006 TED talk, Sir Ken Robinson, a former university professor, said this about creativity:

“We don’t grow into creativity. We grow out of it. We are actually educated out of it.”

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How to do the unthinkable to achieve the impossible

Written by admin // Published by The Business Journals

For most people, the word “collaboration” is a business buzzword that makes us feel queasy.

It produces flashbacks to school and being given the dreaded group assignment. While the intention was to teach people to work together, it actually taught us that one or two people do all the work and everyone else gets the credit.

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How to keep employees without increasing pay or benefits

Written by admin // Published by The Business Journals
Every time you lose an employee, it will cost about $30,000 or more to replace that person, according to the Center for American Progress. I know what you are thinking: There are some employees whom we would gladly pay that amount to to move out.
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How to get people to go above and beyond

Written by admin // Published by The Business Journals
People have in innate desire for three things:
  1. To belong
  2. To contribute
  3. To make a difference
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The one-word secret to building a thriving culture

Written by admin // Published by The Business Journals
Recently, in an executive-advising session, we were talking about how to keep the things that matter at the forefront of our thinking and actions. The example of franchises came up. What makes a franchise successful? What causes a franchise to lag behind or even to fail, and what does any of this have to do with us?
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How 3 sentences can change your company

Written by admin // Published by The Business Journals
Can you state what your business does in one sentence? Can you describe how your business does what you do in once sentence?
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