Culture

Posts with the ‘Culture’ tag

A Leader’s Values

Unfortunately, many companies have values that no one can remember or understand.  Even fewer companies have values that people actually live by. Some leaders believe that just because they have a list of lofty sounding words posted somewhere, they have done something important. But, what should values do besides take up space on a company […]

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Four Traits Elite Teams Have In Common

“If you don’t know where you are going, how do you expect to get there.” is one of my favorite quotes of all time. We all want to lead or be part of an elite team. But what does good look like? What do elite teams have in common? How can a leader develop an […]

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Culture Is The Leader’s Job

Politics.  Gossip.  Back stabbing.  Whining.  Distrust. Selfishness.  Bad Attitudes.  Work environments characterized by one or more of these traits are miserable places to work. I often run into leaders that know they are leading teams that have these issues.  Unfortunately some of these leaders fail to realize that the cultures of their teams are the […]

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Corporate Culture Left Adrift

84% of employees do not believe their company’s culture is widely upheld according to a study by the Aberdeen Group.  The startling thing is the numbers are only slightly better for executives who answered that same survey – 81% admitted they are not doing a good job upholding the company culture.  These are the people […]

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5 Keys To Avoiding Harmony

“If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn’t thinking.” -George Patton Based on this quote, I’ve been on teams that would have made General Patton crazy.  You may have too.  These are teams where people don’t speak up.  Everyone is agreeable and all ideas are good – especially if the ideas came from the boss. […]

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Contracts Versus Covenants – In Business & In Life

“If you do this, then I will do that.”  or “I’m going to do this.”  Period. End of story. One is the basic language in most contracts. One is the language of a covenant. The problem with contracts is that if one party does not comply, then the other party is not obligated to comply […]

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The Secret To Keeping A Great Culture Great – Interview with Bob Funk, CEO of Express Employment Professionals on IMPACT Talk Radio

Bob Funk, Founder and CEO of Express Employment Professionals ($2.8 billion annually) speaks with Dave Anderson about The Secret to Keeping a Great Culture Great on this 30 minute podcast. All past and current podcasts also available on iTunes. (Over 5 Million downloads to date!) Please rate us on iTunes as well! Other resources -free […]

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Building Leaders With A Blog – 4 Easy Steps

Use a blog to build leaders!  Really?  My answer is yes.  Leaders need simple, actionable tools for leadership development.  How does a leader find time to build leaders when there are so many other tasks that demand a leader’s time and energy? Blogs are a great resource, and they are not labor or time intensive.  

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Leadership Motto – SEE, SEIZE, and SERVE

Good leaders see the need, seize the opportunity, and serve without expecting anything in return. Who wouldn’t want to work for a leader like this? What about working beside people who – SEE, SEIZE and SERVE? A great team motto would be SEE, SEIZE and SERVE. When I talk to leaders about establishing core values […]

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IMPACT Talk Radio host Dave Anderson interviews Brian Brandt of Core Insights

Dave Anderson of Anderson Leadership Solutions interviews Brian Brandt of Core Insights. Do you know what you stand for? Does your team? Learn how to take your core values from pious words on a website and bring them to life in your team! Free PDF downloads are available at Overwhelmedmanagersguide.com. Podcasts also available on iTunes. […]

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