You’ve built the executive leadership of your business in every functional area, but why not culture?
Building a high-performing organization is a tall order. Most can’t get there alone. (the average team scores <58% on our Team Performance Assessment).
The goal of the Chief Culture Officer is to jumpstart building a high-capacity, high-functioning, high-performing organization.
These outcomes don’t happen by accident. Accidental organizations constantly reorganize and put their nose to the grindstone – the “what we do” behind the business.
You need to build the people side of your business, and develop a culture where people want to come to work and give 110% every day.
It’s possible. We’ve seen it happen. One company using our process saw a 957% increase in revenue in 2020. Yes, that 2020.
Here’s why we can do it for you:
- We know who to involve
- We know where to focus
- We know what to measure
- We know how to deliver
- We know why it works
What does a Chief Culture Officer do?
Embedded in your operation, we’re the best of consultant with the presence of a team member.
The Chief Culture Officer waves the culture flag during team meetings, one-to-ones meetings. The Chief Culture Officer is available for pop-in meetings and impromptu dialogue in a way a consultant can’t be.
Instead of coming in as an outsider, the Chief Culture Officer puts pedal to metal and ensures your team implements cultural efficiencies as quickly as possible.
Instead of watching from afar, the Chief Culture Officer is identifying the road blocks to culture formation in the day-to-day operation of the company and helps remove the barriers and hurdles.
How much does a Chief Culture Officer cost?
Let’s flip the question for a minute.
A low-performing team could be costing you $200,000 in lost revenue per year. Underperformance and turnover costs stack up really quick.
How many teams do you have? Now multiply that by $200,000.
Is it worth it to solve that in your business?
The Chief Culture Officer is a short-term investment (we usually begin with 3- or 6-month engagements), and looks like a part-time executive addition to your team.
We find the right time during the week and build our schedule according to what works best for your business.
Our consulting engagements typically last 12-24 months at a high pace. Your Chief Culture Officer will pack this transformation into a much shorter period of time, maximizing your investment.
What happens when the Chief Culture Officer is finished?
The Chief Culture Officer will wrap up the engagement and prepare you for the next phase.
What happens next? The next phase can include:
- ongoing executive coaching for key leaders
- monthly team exercises to reinforce cultural values
- quarterly assessment to ensure you’re maintaining a high-performance culture
We want to empower you to lead your team. You can do this, we believe in you!
Wherever you need to add capacity to keep this culture transformation at the forefront, we’ll keep bringing it. But we can take a step back now and make sure you