Today we’re going to discuss one of the methods I use for defining corporate culture. If you’ve never taken the time to define what it means at your organization, I think you’ll find the exercise interesting and potentially valuable.
This week I’ll be running a series of videos on culture topics, from defining culture to leveraging it in the hiring process and more. I’m a culture junkie and believe that organizations that use it well can differentiate themselves from the competition. It’s a strategic competitive advantage. Use it well.
Â Other videos in this series:
- Hiring for culture fit
- Unique corporate culture ideas
- Using culture forÂ hiring discrimination
Defining Corporate Culture Notes
- Pick someone at your organization that you wish you could clone. This is a superstar that fits in well, not just a talented jerk or a friendly idiot.
- List the characteristics about that person that you value most. Honesty, dependability, persistence, etc.
- Use those characteristics as the framework for your core values.
- Living out those core values will lead the organization toward its “right” culture.
That’s one of the key ways I go about defining corporate culture. How about you?
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