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Your Company Culture Ecosystem: Growing a Vibrant Business

Your Company Culture Ecosystem: Growing a Vibrant Business

by Kristin E. Robertson
Your Company Culture Ecosystem: Growing a Vibrant Business

Your Company Culture Ecosystem: Growing a Vibrant Business

by Kristin E. Robertson

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Overview

This edition is out of print. Please see the 2nd edition entitled Happy Mondays: Create a Company Culture in which People are Excited to Go to Work!You'll love this book if you:
•Lead a company or a department and yearn to build a great company culture
•Notice that your top talent is leaving the company
•Are experiencing low levels of customer satisfaction and loyalty
•Are frustrated that your strategy is not getting executed
•Are willing to work on the leadership skills of the management team, including yours

Are you ready to grow a thriving business in which your employees love to come to work on Monday mornings? When you buy Your Company Culture Ecosystem, you will get a guidebook on how to build a culture that is based on core values, modeled by leadership behaviors, embedded through richly symbolic rituals, and permeates all your operational practices. Written by Kristin E. Robertson, a company culture consultant and executive coach, this book offers practical advice on how to create a great place to work.

Inside, you'll learn:
•How to convince your leadership team that company culture is a market differentiator
•How to create core values for your company
•How to embed your values in people practices and operational processes
•How to hold people accountable to expected behaviors, standards and goals
•How to encourage your leadership team to model the core values
•How to design emotionally evocative rituals that are tied to core values
•The importance of employee recognition and how to create a meaningful program of awards
•How to ensure that hand-offs between departments go smoothly and minimize frustration
•The importance of a Culture Committee, with representatives from each department
•How to use food as a culture icon

A word from the author, Kristin E. Robertson:
"More and more, we hear about dysfunctional company cultures in the news. Your company culture can be preventing your organization from providing outstanding customer service, executing a great strategy, or attaining desired financial results. You cannot afford bad publicity about your company, nor the reputation that it spreads among prospective employees and customers. You cannot leave culture to chance. And, you cannot ensure a positive company culture by simply throwing perks and benefits at employees. You must grow a thriving business from a foundation of core values, and link all that you do back to those values.
Growing a vibrant company culture takes dedication, work and a mindset of doing what's right for the customers, employees, vendors and owners of the business. Are you ready to take on the challenge? If yes, enjoy this book."


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982341414
Publisher: Brio Leadership Press
Publication date: 02/06/2017
Pages: 190
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Kristin Robertson, CEO of Brio Leadership, is a company culture consultant, certified executive coach, trainer and group facilitator whose passion is to increase the number of employees who are excited to go to work on Monday morning. She works collaboratively with her clients to grow vibrant company cultures and improve the bottom line.

Ms. Robertson has held numerous executive positions, consulted with dozens of companies both large and small and coached hundreds of clients to improve their leadership skills.
Company culture has always fascinated Robertson, as both a corporate executive and consultant. She started her consulting practice assisting IT help desks and high technology call centers to streamline processes, follow best practices and create a great place to work. This experience was a perfect prelude to her company culture work, giving her a strong foundation in operational processes and metrics. According to Robertson, "If you can build a great culture in a call center, you can build it anywhere."

Robertson is credentialed by the International Coach Federation at the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level and hold two masters degrees, the latest one in Organizational Development and Leadership from Fielding Graduate University. She is a trained spiritual director and leads spiritual retreats. In her youth, she studied to be a professional classical musician, and now plays viola in community and church orchestras.

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