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What do you think is the most significant contributor to forming a culture?
Maintaining Culture as a Leader
Everything that comes out of the megaphone base serves as a way to define what an organization believes.
And it's the leaders who hold these so-called "megaphones".
Check for Communication Blockage Go around and ask people the question: "What are the things that we do not discuss but should be?" Give them a moment to answer. If no one has anything to say, then your organization's line of communications are probably blocked. Keep going and keep asking the questions. By asking this question, you have already signalled openness.
Be Responsive Sometimes people in the organization might raise issues that the other might not agree with.
A responsive leader seeks to understand what's really happening as opposed to what they want to see.
In the end, the people who work for you may not remember the names, the email address, and the awards that they had in your company...
... but they will never forget how it felt to work there or the kind of people they became as a result.
The character and ethos of the business will be the one thing they bring with them.
And this is how organizational culture impacts and determines what types of people are hired, who stays and are left out.
The Power of Consistency
It takes an average of 66 days before a new habit is automatically formed. European Journal of Social Psychology
If you want to maintain the culture that you've established, you may need to work with consistency.
Which of these are true?
The instructions in the true false section and outcomes need to be clearer