Performance with Conversational Intelligence™
The organizational culture is the soil in which a healthy performance can grow. When – and not until – you get your culture right, you can aim for sustainable, healthy performance: High Performance.
Make sure your culture supports healthy performance and lets you move towards your goals, you vision – and make sure your leaders build that kind of culture. Like this, we release some of the great sources of energy that are typically locked up in our workplaces.
Most organizations are no longer served well by the old top-down, control-oriented leadership styles and fragmented, silo-based organizational structures. Leaders must intentionally foster cultures of creativity, collaboration, out-of-the-box-thinking, innovation.
These times call for new, flexible and engaging approaches that inspire willing participation, optimize resources, and draw out the strengths of people to work together in more meaningful and engaged ways.
And High Performance starts at the top. When leaders practice certain behaviors that are aligned with your values and you apply C-IQ™ people become more engaged, connected, collaborative, creative, and productive. Your organization is more than likely to see important increases in productivity and profitability.
One or more of these transformations may be critical to your organization:
1. Co-creating: From excluding to including
2. From judging to appreciating
3. From limiting aspirations to expanding aspirations
4. From withholding to sharing
5. From knowing mindset to discovering mindset
6. From dictating to developing
7. From criticizing to celebrating
What are the values that will serve your organization moving into the future? And how are these values expressed, in the day-do-day?
When – and not until – you get your culture right, you can aim for sustainable, healthy performance: High Performance.
“To get to the next level of greatness, depends on the quality of the culture,
which depends on the quality of relationships,
which depend on the quality of conversations.
– Everything happens through conversations!”
Judith E. Glaser