A few years ago, I was introduced to a Leadership Development initiative called Personal Leadership Effectiveness™ (PLE). It not only changed my entire perspective about how to help individuals motivate and govern themselves to lead, but it also tapped into my inherent, instinctual and spiritual belief that if it’s to be, it’s up to me. I was so compelled that I engaged completely in the process and became certified as a facilitator, coach and consultant.
Culture is about individuals in an Organization sharing patterns of behavior based on shared beliefs and values. It’s the sum total of an organization’s past and current experiences, philosophy, and values that hold it together. It’s based on shared workplace attitudes, beliefs, and commitments, expressed or implied, and written and unwritten rules that the Organization develops over time that have worked well. To put it simply, it’s the way we do things around here.
The Core Values of an Organization form the foundation upon which individuals perform their work and conduct themselves. They govern personal relationships, guide business processes, clarify who we are, articulate what we stand for and help explain why we do business the way we do. Operating practices and processes constantly change to improve but Core Values are enduring and unchanging. I encourage you to take the Human Capital Challenges Survey and if you’d like to schedule a meeting, you can contact me below.