Creating Your Culture

Intentionally creating a place people love to work

Every work­place has a cul­ture whether you real­ize it or not. The best orga­ni­za­tions out there tend to shape and influ­ence the cul­ture on pur­pose. In this keynote, we look at how every­one in an orga­ni­za­tion, from the founders to the newest hires, can help cre­ate and sus­tain a healthy culture.

It’s impor­tant for lead­ers to rec­og­nize that cul­ture is the com­bi­na­tion of what you cre­ate and what you allow. Togeth­er we spend time explor­ing what healthy cul­tures look like, and what great lead­ers cre­ate and allow to build those cultures.

The Bottom Line

Peter Druck­er famous­ly said that Cul­ture eats strat­e­gy for break­fast.” That is to say, cul­ture is much, much more impor­tant that your busi­ness strat­e­gy when it comes to an organization’s abil­i­ty to thrive. This keynote or work­shop is designed to help lead­ers focus in on three key areas where they can move the nee­dle the most in their cul­ture: val­ues, com­mu­ni­ca­tion, and trust.

I loved having Erik as a speaker at Creative South. His perspective and knowledge that he shared with the audience were on par for the kind of information you would want to have your attendees take away. He is well-read, intentional with language, and keeps the audience engaged. He is also super-easy to work with when planning speaking slots, accommodations, etc. I enjoyed his talk very much and would recommend him for any speaking gig.

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