Today, we must embrace the ugly reality that what we call “Good Culture” may not be enough to keep us relevant in the future. With uncertainty swirling around every corner in the world today, team members are reevaluating their workplaces and walking out as they look past hollow promises and perks that are a mere temporary bandage. People are searching for teams with purpose, a compelling vision, and a sense of belonging where they can pursue their full potential and live their lives to the fullest. In Leading with Significance, Joey Havens breaks through the limiting barriers of common culture theory and shows, with great transparency, the real human emotions that elevate a culture to one that is genuine, enduring, and magnetic. Participate in a reflection exercise that helps identify and strip the common blinders and excuses to gaze deeper into your firm's culture.
Assess Why "Good Culture" is not good enough
Formulate Transparency to build trust and promote a stronger sense of belonging
Evaluate and contrast the power of reflection and feedback to elevate culture.
Assess why People First trumps Client First for consistent excellence in client experience
Managing Partner Strategic Growth,