Company culture is a strategic long-term solution, and an ongoing evolving process that we can’t immediately see ROI from, but it’s the hidden factor that drives or diminishes our results. Communication builds the culture that we lead people into. What keeps us from effectively building our culture is speaking to and leading different people on our teams in the same way.
If we want a company that lasts the test of time, and continues to evolve, we have to take a long-term vision and learn to talk to each individual in a language that resonates with them.
Why does culture precede profit? How can we help clients see the value of strategies that don’t give them instant results?
In this episode, I’m joined by executive coach, founder of Orange Dot Coaching and host of the podcast, Profiles of Leadership, Steve Anderson. He talks about how to build a culture that sticks.
3 Things We Learned from Steve Anderson
- Why it’s impossible to build lasting influence without becoming MicroFamous in your space.
- How leaders can find a communication style that sticks with everyone in the organization.
- What music can teach us about culture and how teams work together.
Steve is an executive coach, founder of Orange Dot Coaching and host of the podcast, Profiles of Leadership. He uses his experience as a seasoned CEO and lifelong leader to grow other leaders that can experience the benefits of Orange dot leadership and how cultures respond to it.