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Organizational Culture Leadership
The Built-On-Values® organizational culture leadership model has evolved over twenty-five years. Our approach to building people centric cultures is based upon delivering results for our clients. These results include higher employee engagement, greater customer satisfaction and loyalty, and attracting and keeping top talent. Our clients span many industries from Healthcare, Technology, Retail, and Banking and have included notables such as Southwest Airlines, Doubletree Hotels, JetBlue Airways, and Loma Linda University Med. Center. See our client list here.
Inspiring High Performance Workplace Cultures.
A culture already exists in your organization but is it the one you want? Is it getting you the results you need? Find out the essential principles of creating a legendary and high performing company culture.
The People Ink model for organizational culture is built around Values and Behaviors
Behaviors bring corporate values to life, without them values often end up as empty words on the wall. This is part of what distinguishes People Ink’s organizational culture leadership model from others. It is the first to provide leaders with five essential principles for creating both a legendary and high performing organizational culture. It starts with developing a Values Blueprint® that leaders can use to implement a values-based workplace culture.
Aligning Organizational Culture to Business Strategy
You already know that a culture exists in your organization, but is it the one you want, can everyone describe it, and does it align with strategic goals? If not, it's time to examine your organization and create a culture with intention. We have proven that it can be done. Businesses that prosper during both good and tough times are those anchored in their core values. Our practice is built on five principles for creating a values-centric culture. Find out more organizational culture strategy.
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Built on Values - Creating an enviable culture that outperforms the competition. By Ann Rhoades