Join us for #CultureChat Thursday 6/25, on the what, when, and how of changing an existing culture.
Member engagement is complicated, and if you don’t get clear on exactly WHAT you want to improve, you’re more likely to end up spinning your wheels.
You’re not alone. We can help you figure out why your engagement is not up to par – and fix it.
Can you really assess your culture objectively? Join us Thursday at 1 pm to find out!
I wanted to share (with some pride, I must admit) what some super smart people are saying about our book, When Millennials Take Over, upon reading an advance copy.
You don’t get to define exactly what engagement means to your stakeholders. It’s up to them to do that. So how will you start that discovery process?
In 2014, the people at Miriam-Webster dictionary declared the word of the year to be “culture” – based on data about what words people are looking up. Are you paying attention to what your employees are “looking up”?
It is only by connecting the qualitative and quantitative assessments that you get a clear understanding of both the WHAT and the WHY of your culture. When you understand both of those aspects, then it becomes much easier to figure out what needs to change internally to strengthen and focus your culture in the right areas.
Stop focusing on the Millennials and their entitlement, their impatience, their flip flops, and how they only know how to text, but not how to write. Much of that hype is not particularly true, and even for the parts that are true, we have much bigger fish to fry than the specific quirks of the Millennials.