A Culture of Good

In her post titled What’s Keeping Your Company Culture Intact and Thriving?, Laura McKnight suggests that organizations should “[make] the most of your employees’ desire to do good.” Comments like that get my inner philosophy nerd all excited because they point to this idea that I’ve mention a time or twelve on this site. Organizations,[…]

Creating a Conscious Corporate Culture

It’s no secret that culture and all that jazz is what floats my particular boat. One of the things that’s really struck a chord with me is an extension of something I’ve believed for a while now. Boiled down, that belief is this: Organizations can help make the world a better place by continually evolving[…]

core values matter

Reader Favorite: 6 Reasons Core Values Matter

Core values–or whatever you want to call them–are a BFD. Core values matter. Some folks might argue that they’re not that important, but I’d suggest they rethink that position because whether they think they’re important or not, core values are a big deal. Here’s why they’re a big deal: 1. Core values matter because they[…]

core values stink

Your Core Values Might Accidentally Stink

I don’t mean to be unkind, but sadly, it’s true in many cases. A lot of core values stink. Many well-intentioned folks–executives, managers, consultants, and so on–craft core values that end up being almost entirely meaningless if you accept that core values are supposed to be your organization’s DNA. Folks rightly understand that your values undergird your[…]

Instagram
LinkedIn
Follow by Email
Facebook
PINTEREST