Workplace Culture Training that Works
Implement the Culture Works System and embrace the benefits.
When you uplevel your company culture from “meh” to “hell yeah!” with our innovative Culture Works System, everyone wins. Your leaders win. Your employees win. Your customers win. And, your bottom line wins.
Winning on all those fronts sounds great, right? But now you’re wondering, “How do we make it happen?”
Start with your leaders and managers
When your management and leadership teams practice and consistently apply the concepts and tools needed to create and sustain an extraordinary workplace culture, a few things will happen:
- Mediocre productivity ignites into “on-fire” aligned action.
- The corrosive “Us vs. Them” mentality transforms into powerful team cohesion and camaraderie.
- Drama and gossip become kind, candid and constructive communication.
- Apathy and entitlement turn into commitment.
- Silos become well-oiled, unified fronts.
- Scapegoats and bad attitudes become a thing of the past.
- Painful turnover transforms into retention of top talent.
Think again. There’s research that backs the Culture Works System as well as years of success working with organizations from all different industries – from construction, engineering and government to retail, healthcare and education – to create emotionally healthy, productive workplace cultures.
And don’t think we’re talking about a system of employee rewards and gimmicks. Those don’t work. We’re talking about a workplace culture training system that creates lasting, meaningful change, where team members are “all in” and where your organization’s common goals are shared by all.
Continue reading below to learn how the system works.
How it works:
When you invest in our innovative system, it looks like this:
- Your leaders and managers each receive the highly regarded Culture Works Book and Workbook Set that contain mindset shifts as well as step-by-step activities and tools they can implement right away.
- Your leaders and managers receive access to exclusive, online, on-demand content with strategies and activities that complement the book and workbook. This online content includes engaging short videos featuring motivation and insights from Kris Boesch.
- Your leaders and managers work through and learn how to create an incredible culture together – regularly discussing and sharing their successes, insights and challenges. The experience of learning and working together towards a common goal, while simultaneously gaining shared language, concepts and tools, makes for powerful culture-creating goodness in and of itself. Leadership teams align and camaraderie grows as the very people who lead your front-lines unite.
- When you or your team gets stuck, you can reach out directly to Kris Boesch for guidance. That’s right. You can ask Kris to weigh in on your most pressing culture challenges and she will respond with a meaningful answer tailored for your particular situation.
Wondering if the Culture Works System is right for you and your organization?
Let's Compare Overall Costs
When we created the Culture Works System, we not only wanted provide access to teams to create an extraordinary workplace culture, we also wanted it to be accessible and affordable for large and small organizations alike. Here's the math:
|The Culture Works System||Avg Employee Training for 2017*|
|Program costs/person||$388 ($199 Set + $189 System)||$1,075 *Source: TrainingMag|
|Cost for a Team of 10||$3,880||$10,750|
The comparison above does not take into account any sort of travel. If leaders and managers travel for training, costs increase significantly. An average three-day business trip for one person, including meals, ground transportation, hotels and airfare costs $1413 according to Executive Travel. For a team of 10, that adds a whopping $14,130 to overall training costs.
The Culture Works System, however, comes to you. No expensive travel involved and lots of impact.
At $388 per person for the complete system - you can start implementing new culture building practices from the get go and feel the impact sooner rather than later.
But wait. Let's compare that cost to your cost of turnover. When you lose one of your best people, those estimated costs range from 1-3 times that person's salary. And, you know, that if it's one of your best people, there's more than just the monetary cost. Team morale takes a hit and all of that person's knowledge goes down the drain as well.
So really, from a financial return on investment standpoint, this is a no-brainer. From an emotional return on investment standpoint, this shows significant commitment to your team. You prove you're the type of leader who cares - one who wants your team empowered and working in a culture that encourages true teamwork - as well as in a place where, most days, they look forward to coming to work.
Why not start today?
Want to know more about the Culture Works System? Let's talk.
About the Culture Works System Architect
Kris Boesch is the CEO and founder of Choose People and knows how to create a happy workplace. Using a variety of tools and personal experiences and interactions, Kris helps transform company cultures, increases employee happiness and boosts the bottom line.
Over the past decade she has researched and tested - in a variety of workplaces - innovative concepts and tangible tools to create empowering contexts in which teams thrive. She wrote the Culture Works Book and Workbook and evolved these incredible resources into the Culture Works System to help any company, who wants to level up their company culture and increase employee happiness.
Boesch collaborated with the Industrial Organizational Psychology Department at Colorado State University to conduct more than 1,000 hours of research that both the book and system are based on.
Prior to Choose People, Boesch was the CEO of Exodus Moving & Storage. Under her leadership, Exodus became the largest mover in Northern Colorado, with a turnover rate nearly 40 percent less than the industry average and a bottom line twice that same average. Boesch has been featured as a workplace culture expert in Inc., Entrepreneur and Forbes and was recently named one of the “Top 100 Leadership Speakers for 2018” in Inc. Kris is also a proud mother, dancing diva and dog lover.