Four Ways to Create a Culture of Greatness
To build a winning team and a successful organization you must create a culture of greatness.
It is the most important thing a leader can do because culture drives behavior, behavior drives habits and habits create the future.
When you create a culture of greatness you create a collective mindset in your organization that expects great things to happen – even during challenging times. A culture of greatness creates an expectation that everyone in the organization be committed to excellence.
Unfortunately, far too many organizations expect their people to be their best but they don’t invest their time and energy to help them be their best nor do they create an environment that is conducive to success. They want great results but they are not willing to do what it takes to create a culture of greatness.
Here are four ways to start cultivating a culture of greatness:
Number 1: A culture of greatness requires you find the right people that fit your culture. Then you coach them, develop them, mentor them, train them and empower them to do what they do best.
Number 2: You don’t allow negativity to sabotage the morale, performance and success of your organization.
Number 3: You focus on communication because where there is a void, negativity will fill in.
Number 4: You build trust and create engaged relationships that are the foundation upon which winning teams are built.
While most organizations waste a lot of time putting out fires, you can spend your time building a great organization that rises above the competition.
From the article: 4 Ways To Create A Culture of Greatness by Dr. Jon Gordon – August 20, 2018 – jongordon.com
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