Published: April 08, 2021
How much do you prioritize maintaining a healthy culture within your organization? Do you consider how things like purpose, goals, investment and compatible interests blend together for greater impact, allowing you to create something truly special and enduring?
This week, Ninety Visionary and CEO Mark Abbott expands his series of essays on Medium, “About Trust: Forever a Work in Progress,” this time going deep on concepts, dimensions and components related to building a great culture that supports high trust companies.
In his latest essay, Mark boils down concepts to share the "ingredients" that go into a healthy – or unhealthy – company culture, reminding us that "The leader of leaders in every group owns their group’s culture."
You can read it here: Part Five: A Deeper Dive into Connections-Based Trust.
Frankly, creating a healthy culture is one of the toughest things about creating a high trust company. Having an awareness and understanding of four of the core dimensions of culture, which he compares to the ingredients of a soup, can make all the difference. These dimensions include: values; individualism vs. collectivism; hierarchies and time.
Is organizational culture a priority for you and your leadership team? We invite you to review the essay. See what you think. Please leave your feedback in claps (if you find value) or comment. Together we can build great and trust-centered organizations.
Here's the link again: Part Five: A Deeper Dive into Connections-Based Trust.
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