3 Key Elements the Best Cultures Have in Common
Have you ever tried to change a corporate culture? According to research, 50% of organizations are grappling with the issue of how to create a culture that attracts talent and makes them want to stay! (Source: Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2016)
Two thirds of responders to our recent survey complain that people need to step up. That they need and want them to take more responsibility. One way to instill that in the culture is through a commitment to coaching. But very few companies are actually committing resources—time, money, strategic thought and execution—to providing managers with coaching skills that ensure the development of talent and the encouragement of individuals taking more responsibility.
Conflict. Infighting. Disagreements. Arguments. Rivalry. Lack of accountability. These are all issues that people, and especially managers, at work encounter on a regular basis. A struggle with a performance issue, a difficult personality, rude behavior, or peers fighting. We all dread conflict or tough conversations at work even though they are inevitable.