Improve Organizational Performance by
Growing a Culture of Commitment
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Culture is grown, not built.
Why do so many organizations get culture so wrong?
Because too many leaders think like a carpenter instead of a farmer. Culture is often referred to in construction terms, such as “Let’s build our culture,” or “We need to lay a solid foundation for culture.” Culture doesn’t work that way. It’s an organic process. Culture is grown, not built.
In Seeds of Culture, author Dan Bredeson discusses
Many organizations have a culture which seeks compliance instead of commitment. Performance improves when members of the organization go the extra mile because they want to, not because they have to. Seeds of Culture outlines how to improve performance by growing a culture of commitment. This leads to a sense of community and an environment in which team members show up, work hard, and care about each other and the organization.
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