Who Needs To Pay Attention To Cultural Profit

When you look at who must buy into this concept - executives, employee staff members, vendors, customers – really everyone on your team needs to buy into this. Customers are bought in on their own. They have their own cultural approaches that they may or may not be aware of but that is not their business to do this. It is really yours as the executives, the staff members, and down on through to vendors. So it is important that they buy into this concept and that they get good at these skills, however it is to varying degrees.

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The Best Of The Best Do These Three Things. Do You?

Ever wonder what it takes to truly become the best of the best? For 100 years? If you’re going to be the best, commit to it–not once a year during strategy formulation or an annual event, but everyday in your culture, hiring and financial decisions.

IBM is a global leader that has soared to great heights and grappled with doomed prospects. As the company celebrated the rare feat of 100 years in business, it may be the strongest it has ever been. The following are three things that every company can learn from IBM to contribute to their own success.

  1. Create a Freak Show – In this case freaks are those rare individuals whose unique insights and approaches create an extraordinary impact and singular working environment.
  2. Cultivate Frustration – Frustration is passion combined with impatience. For a company to grow and evolve at a healthy pace, both elements are paramount.
  3. Commit and recommit and recommit

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Intentional Benefits That Are Not Quantitative

Michelle shares that there are going to be plenty of intangible benefits that are not necessarily quantitative regarding cultural profit and agility.

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What Is The Culture Of My Book “Creating Results With Cultural Profit”

Michelle explains how international cultures are found here at home too.

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How Are Results Measured And Communicated?

Michelle shares how important it is to measure the results that you are benefiting from the development of cultural agility.

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What Leaders Do To Maintain, Strengthen, or Lose Agility

Michelle explains how maintaining a good level of cultural agility is an ongoing process.

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Which Leaders Need To Be Culturally Agile And Which Ones Don’t

Michelle Randall gives you four questions to ask yourself when determining if you need to be culturally agile.

 

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The Need For Cultural Awareness And How To Do So

Michelle explains why the need for cultural awareness and how to achieve it.

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Skills Organizations Need To Achieve Cultural Agility

Michelle shares three ways that companies and individuals can acquire the skills to become culturally agile.

 

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How To Recognize If Your Organization Is Indeed Agile

Michelle shares an example of how to recognize if your organization is agile.

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