For the past 12 weeks we have gone on a journey, a climb or maybe you have just been treading water until this 2019 Culture tune up series was over. If you are still reading this 3-minute weekly insights blog, then just possibly you have been playing along in building “Promise Culture” as your framework to your next level of success.
If you started, stumbled and fell off track don’t let that dissuade you from re-engaging “Promise Culture” at any step along the path. Use the blog archives to access the blogs, use the website www.promiseculture.com for additional motivation. If you drove off the path and need a tow truck to pull you back on track, give us a call, engage a Promise Culture Guide, or just decide your “Purpose” for being is far more important than giving up.
This series was offered to get you started. We live by this approach and it has served us well over the years. It has by no means been an easy climb and many times we have had to rethink our thoughts and get a better perspective on the real outcomes we actually desire and not just want.
Our clients have directly or indirectly been involved with “Promise Culture” at some level for over 25 years. Bits and pieces have been integrated with all of our cleints. If you asked our clients, they most likely could not give it a name but their outcomes resulted from the approach and consistent promises by them of getting back on track when they slid off the rails.
Cars and vehicles need maintenace and tune ups. Production equipment need routine maintenance and improvements. So does each of us and our businesses. Today the culture your organization espouse to and the one that actually exists will be the difference in valuing your company going forward. Talent entering the marketplace need a solid compensation and benefits package – those are, to a large degree, givens in the hiring arena. But the attraction factor for long term growth and success is rooted in the core “Purpose,” “Passions,” “Values,” “Promises,’ and “Relationships” of you and your business.
You can ignore the demands of the talent pool or you can engage them for mutual rewards for all. The choice is always yours. The question you have to ask yourself is – Can I give up the past ways to success and engage new success habits for a greater result moving forward?
Looking to move forward in the direction of “Promise Culture” – give JKL Associates a call and engage your “Promise Guide” for the journey!