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Winning cultures move beyond mission, vision, and values. Successful leaders realize corporate culture is a tapestry of the beliefs and behaviors of all employees, managers, and leaders. A recent study found that 64% of employees feel they don’t have a strong work culture. The irony of this research is that your employee is the root driver of culture.
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The secret to a winning culture is simply this: Have all your employees, managers and leaders focus on improving the behaviors that drive a high-performing culture. This is where psychological safety – a factor of emotional intelligence or EQ – enters the process.
A winning culture doesn’t just happen by default. It’s created by design. Don’t take the risk that your culture will somehow grow organically over time.
Here are 3 behavioral skills that are critical to all winning cultures, what they mean, and a quick assessment to check on how you’re doing.
Openness means you are:
- Willing to listen and receive feedback.
- Open to differing opinions and points of view.
- Free from bias or prejudice.
2. Relationship Management
High-performing relationship management means you are able to:
- Build a meaningful attachment between two people
- Maintain a human connection.
- Create and sustain a social and emotional bond.
- Build friendships and interdependence with others.
3. Impulse Control
Having good impulse control means you are able to:
- Resist or delay an impulse.
- Avoid rash behaviors and decision-making.
- Exercise restraint over an abrupt inclination.
- Think before you act.