Every organization and team has a culture, one that is constantly growing and changing. Culture isn’t a set of “Mission Vision Values” on the wall at the front desk, it’s a set of dynamic relationships that every individual either contributes to or detracts from every day.
If the cultures merge effectively, what is created will be better and broader with more appeal that=n what each company offered alone. If the cultural merger fails, then the companies can destroy each other... and you with them.
In addition to the physiological ways movement changes your blood chemistry, there are obvious psychological effects as well. By moving you’re making a choice, a physical choice that will resonate with your brain as a choice to change.
How do we create a better roadmap, better supports, more realistic expectations for ourselves as adults? Because the key to emotional intelligence (aka being an adult) starts with accurate self assessment, a deeper sense of self AWARENESS, and then… most importantly, ongoing self management.
Engaging, inspiring company cultures like Google, Zappos and Pattagonia aren’t build in a day. They’re the result of a conscious effort to engage each member of the company in a core vision mission and values that are about more than just making a buck. To create an inspiring company culture you’ll need to do more than just a one day workshop to team build or add a ping pong table to the break room, you’ll need to examine your core beliefs.
What is your leadership style? Whether you are the CEO or you manage a team of 2, you have a style. Do you tell everyone exactly what you expect and how to get it done or do you ask for input on the outcome of a project?