Many leaders and managers find organizational culture to be abstract, intangible and elusive.
There’s a lack of clarity on how to actually create an empowering work environment in which both the company and employees thrive. Culture Works will help you uncover how to create an extraordinary work culture. Rather than rainbows and unicorns, Culture Works will equip you with doable, down-to-earth steps to energize your team and garner real deal results.
ROI OF HAPPY EMPLOYEES
What is employee engagement really worth? Calculate the value of your current work culture.
COMPANY CULTURE SURVEY AND AUDIT
How do you change culture? You change culture one strategic step at a time.
The Company Culture Survey and Audit gives you both the data and the roadmap for the best next steps to employ meaningful, profitable culture change. All while garnering employee buy-in.
Workplace culture is the context within which your people work. It’s the air they breathe while running your marathon. It’s the emotional health of your workplace.
Kris Boesch, CEO of Choose People
National Speaker & Culture Expert
Culture Keynotes, Workshops and Training
How to improve employee engagement and your organizational culture? Shift hearts and mindsets. In her work culture workshops, Choose People CEO Kris Boesch weaves valuable content, enlightening stories and tangible tools.
Leadership Development and Training
What is Leadership Development? Our leadership development is the awareness, application and integration of the character traits and competency skills needed to garner both the respect and trust needed to influence, inspire and motivate teams.
Management Training and Development
How do you change your culture and your work environment? Start with your managers. They are the linchpin of your culture. Give your managers tangible tools and culturally savvy management skills to guide, coach and support their teams.
WEEKLY CULTURE TIP
INSPIRATIONAL WORK QUOTES
Quotes to feed the fire in your belly and inspire your team
“A boss has the title. A leader has the people.”
“Leaders who don’t listen will eventually be surrounded by people with nothing to say.”
“If you don’t risk anything, you risk even more.”
“Leadership is not about the power and status of one but the empowerment and service of all. That is what it should be and that is how it should be measured.”
“Leadership is the art of accomplishing more than the science of management says is possible.”
“I learned to always take on things I’d never done before. Growth and comfort do not coexist.”
“The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant.”
“What you do has far greater impact than what you say.”