This month, our guests are Delise Crimmins, Chief Culture Officer of The Culture Think Tank, Dan Riley, Co-Founder of RADICL, and Derek Lundsten, President and CEO of LifeGuides. We are discussing “the formula to human-centric culture change: meeting the whole person where they are.”
- Most employees want a hybrid model of working in the office and working anywhere post COVID.
- Culture is defined by a set of behaviors. As behaviors have changed during COVID, culture has changed, with new expectations and a new reality for business leaders. Leaders need to adapt.
- Human connection, empathy, support become values employees expect to see in their organizations.
- “It’s ok not to have all the answers”, “it’s ok not to feel ok” is becoming the new norm.
- Post COVID, going from a collegial approach “we’re all in this together” back to a one-sided approach will not work with people.
- Post COVID we will not be back in time, we will be in a new reality, different from it used to be.
- New metrics to measure success in organizations will emerged, more human-centered.
- People want to be connected to an organization that is on the right side of history, that gives back to the community, leaves the world a better place.
- The whole-person experience has different meanings for different individuals, so companies must personalize the experience.
- The values that brought us where we are today may not be the values that will carry us forward.
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