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Published on Aug 5, 2019
Behind every great company is a great culture, and building a strong business culture is almost equally about WHAT YOU DON’T DO, then what you do…
Let's go over the top killers of culture, and a few ways any company can improve their culture in a way that helps their people feel like a real TEAM with a real PURPOSE.
Even great companies die (or become stagnant) when they fail to focus on culture – and that might mean that their culture is now out of date, or it might mean that they simply outgrew their culture and they need to fix it.
Don’t get me wrong here - You RARELY have to change your culture COMPLETELY, but your culture has to be FLEXIBLE.
The biggest killer of culture is probably when a company tries to emulate the culture of a larger brand like Google, Facebook or Southwest air in the hopes that they’ll scale.
Another amazingly fast killer is when one team member goes rogue but they’re still allowed to remain on the team. What I mean by that is when someone on your team is no longer happy and they begin acting out or they begin doing poorly at their job.
One more culture killer is when the wrong people are hired, or when the right people are in the wrong positions...
In this video I detail the top killers of culture AND I hand you the top tips on how we build powerful cultures in each of my organizations. Cultures that makes people love work and that drives growth.
QUESTION: What’s the best culture-building tip that you’ve come across?
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Chris Guerriero is an entrepreneur, investor, bestselling author, and advisor to a handful of high growth companies. He has built four 8-figure companies, developed winning leadership teams across multiple industries, and designed business systems that predictably grow multi-million dollar brands. He’s been featured in financial periodicals such as Success, Inc, Bloomberg, and in Entrepreneur as a top entrepreneur of the time.