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You Don’t Have a Talent Problem. It’s Your Culture. @roundpegg
Natalie Baumgartner, Ph.D. Board member, American Psychological Association 10+ years advising companies of all sizes on company culture and talent @ask_dr_nat @roundpegg
What if you could quantify culture so that you could measure and improve it? @roundpegg
1. @roundpegg Understand what culture really is.
@roundpegg how you do things Culture is in your company.
Don’t ask employees what your culture is. @roundpegg
? culture @roundpegg Perks
@roundpegg By the time they enter the workforce, people are who they are.
@roundpegg Actual Culture: How your people are wired.
Aspirational Culture: What you write on your website and your walls. @roundpegg
2. @roundpegg There’s no single “right” culture. So let's find yours!
Identify your employees’ core values. @roundpegg
Identify your employees’ core values. @roundpegg (Core values are very personal.)
3. @roundpegg Align your culture with everything you do.
@roundpegg Use your own tools to hire people who fit the culture.
@roundpegg Use culture to develop your people.
@roundpegg Your culture drives engagement.
@roundpegg Actively managing your culture lets people be their best.
@roundpegg Quantify your company culture by distilling the core values of your employees. If there’s a gap between what your culture is today and where you want it to be, understand the gap. Align everything you do around the culture you want to have: hiring, development and engagement.
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Let’s talk! Natalie Baumgartner, Ph. D @ask_dr_nat email@example.com @roundpegg