Good or Bad Culture?

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How do you develop a good vs. a bad culture?

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Good or Bad Culture?:

1 Good or Bad Culture?

How Do you Develop a good vs. a bad culture?:

How Do you Develop a good vs. a bad culture? 2

Current situation:

Current situation The current way of doing business at your company seems at odds with the organization’s purpose. 3

Complications:

Complications Employees are confused. The mission is to innovate but out-of-the-box thinking is discouraged. Company values tout superior customer service but employees have little autonomy to solve client problems. 4

implications:

implications On the one hand, employees are less and less engaged, but You know that culture done “right” can result in as much as 50% higher levels of operating income 5

LSA Point of view:

LSA Point of view Identify the desired culture that aligns with your business strategy, then… Understand the key gaps between the current and desired cultures Put hiring, leadership, communication, decision making, performance management and compensation practices in place to spread, monitor and support the desired behaviors Measure, model and reward the culture you want 6

About LSA Global:

About LSA Global Founded in 1995, we are a consulting and training firm that helps high growth companies get there by aligning their culture and talent with strategy. Who we work with - Leaders Our clients are typically mid-market leaders of high growth companies who want to avoid the culture and talent mistakes that keep so many great strategies from becoming a reality. The majority of our clients come from the high-tech, life-sciences, and service industries and often lack the internal resources or expertise to get the job done. They want more than what traditional consulting and training approaches can deliver. They think systemically and demand results. What we do – 3X Alignment™ We get results. We are a consulting and training firm that helps high growth companies get there by aligning their culture and talent with strategy. We call this 3X Alignment™ . It is based upon the premise that neither talent, nor culture, nor strategy alone will produce results. Operationally, we are organized in seven key practice areas: Sales, Loyalty, Leadership, Management, Project Management, Change, and Assessment/Measurement. Our Guarantee - Results We formally measure everything we do and tie our compensation to measurable outcomes for your business. We are fiercely devoted to the success of our clients and guarantee results. 7

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Tristam B. Brown Chairman & CEO LSA Global tbrown@LSAGlobal.com 925-258-0582 www.LSAGlobal.com 8

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