Drive the Culture

May 9, 2023

One of the many benefits of Truvelop is the messaging our Customer Success team sends to leaders and managers twice a month. Through Truvelop Tips, we share best practices, proactive recommendations, and quicks tips with end users on various topics. Here is an excerpt from the most recent Truvelop Tip: Drive the Culture.

As a manager, you can truly bring your organization’s culture to life.  You can live out the core values in your day-to-day role and even facilitate those values with your team.  Ready to get started? 

Define the ideal culture: Before you can bring the culture to life, you first need to identify the behaviors that exemplify the ideal culture.  Does your organization have core values? What are they and what do they look like in action? 

Recognize the right behaviors: The best way to celebrate and drive your organization’s culture is by highlighting the behaviors when they happen.  Try sending a Spark to the Recognition Wall that calls out an employee for living out a core value of the organization. How did their efforts positively impact the team? 

Align culture to employee aspirations: Culture starts with the employees. If an employee isn’t bought into the culture, then they might not be bought into your organization. This could lead to turnover! Try connecting your organization’s culture to the employee’s personal purpose and core values to generate greater buy-in and engagement.  

Culture plays a big role in the employee experience and is often reinforced by the manager. Your team looks to you for guidance and modeling on what the standards of behavior are, so it’s important that you set the tone and drive your organization’s culture. Looking for additional guidance? Join us for our next Lunch and Learn on May 17th as we explore the concept of People as Culture 

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