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How To Create Your Culture Plan

Posted by Jenni Catron on Mar 23, 2021 3:53:44 PM

The culture of your organization matters.

It matters for the people you’re trying to reach – whether they are customers or congregants. Your culture determines how they are treated, what their experience is like with your brand and, ultimately, whether or not they return. 

It matters for the people you’re trying to lead – whether they are staff or volunteers. Your culture shapes their level of fulfillment, their creativity and, ultimately, how long they stay a contributing member of the team.

And it matters to you. No one wants to be a part of an organization that drains the life out of them.

Research tells us that a STRONG and HEALTHY CULTURE leads to greater employee engagement, less turnover, and more growth for your organization. And yet while 90% of leaders believe that an engagement strategy will have an impact on their success, only 25% of them actually have a plan.

Do you have a plan? Or do you need a better plan?

You can make a meal without a recipe, but even if you succeed in a culinary masterpiece, you won’t be able to recreate it when the next time you want to. You may get somewhere interesting if you set out on a journey without a map (let’s be real, an app!) and a destination, but you won’t get there efficiently and you may have trouble finding your way back to where you started. No one accomplishes any significant goal (or insignificant, one for that matter) without a plan. And when your goal is creating a healthy team culture, you want a plan that will allow you to recreate and sustain it.

We’re all aware that without a plan in place--without energy, intention and drive being applied toward the target--the only result you get is drift. And things don’t typically drift in productive directions.

So, what’s your plan?

What energy, intention and drive are you pouring into building an extraordinary team culture?

If your answer is, “I don’t really have one, or the one I have isn’t really working as effectively as I’d hoped,” be encouraged. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel. Here at 4Sight, we’ve been where you are. We know the challenge of balancing the immediate demands of a growing organization with the desire to build a strong and healthy culture.

We have well over 20 years of experience curating culture at some of the country’s largest, fastest-growing, and most influential businesses, churches, and nonprofits. In our upcoming Culture Workshop, our coaches will provide you with a well-researched, proven plan to improve your team’s culture.

The Culture Workshop Contains Your Plan

Here’s What to Expect:

  • Live interactive sessions with Jenni Catron and the 4Sight team of coaches
  • Coaching and feedback from the 4Sight coaches throughout the 2 days
  • Limited number of participants for personalized feedback
  • Learn the building blocks needed to develop an extraordinary culture
  • Elevate your organization’s culture with a proven step-by-step process
  • Gain practical tools to create a culture-building strategy
  • Empower your team to become a unified force

The Culture Workshop will equip you to evaluate, design and develop the building blocks for an extraordinary team culture and provide you with a step-by-step process and tools that enable you to create a strategy that allows your organization to thrive.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY


About the Author

Jenni Catron is a writer, speaker, and leadership coach who consults churches and non-profits to help them lead from their extraordinary best. She speaks at conferences and churches nationwide, seeking to help others develop their leadership gifts and lead confidently. As Founder and CEO of The 4Sight Group, she consults with individuals and teams on leadership and organizational health.

Jenni is the author of several books, including Clout: Discover and Unleash Your God-Given Influence and The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership.

Topics: Leadership, Culture, Leadership Development, Staff Culture, Team Culture, Organizational health, Organizational Culture

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