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In the words of legendary American businessman Harold Geneen, “It is an immutable law in business that words are words, explanations are explanations, promises are promises-but only performance is reality.” One of the biggest challenges for leaders is creating an environment that inspires consistent, reliable effectiveness. If you don’t nurture a culture that encourages your employees to continually push themselves to improve, even the most talented employees might not meet their full potential. Their motivation could wane if they’re not committed to your organisation’s goals and don’t feel a solid sense of purpose. How your company operates day-to-day can provide a snapshot of how staff feel and indicate their dedication levels. Perhaps there’s a sense of lethargy, unhappiness or restlessness. Maybe an office, once characterised by progress, creativity, and dynamism, has transformed into something slightly disappointing.
Today, we’ll cover what high-performance culture is, what drives it, and how you can sustain it in your workplace. A high-performance culture is one in which your employees are truly driven to deliver the best possible results by feeling engaged and appreciated. Peter Done, the founder of business services specialist Peninsula Group, said, “In a nutshell, it’s a culture that empowers employees to work toward your company’s success.”
- Establish what high-performance culture is
- Examine why a high-performance culture matters
- Discover how to create a high-performance culture
Professionals in leadership roles looking to improve staff performance.