'WHY' is important?
In recent years we have all been questioning why we do what we do so never before has it been this important for business leaders to be able to inspire their workforce. People need to know what success looks like but articulating it clearly is difficult.
Our culture experts work with you to distil this into a core vision, values and plan for your organisation. Consistency of message and approach becomes much easier across an organisation when every decision can be referenced back to that vision, values and plan.
In talent short markets, organisations who have a clearly articulated vision, values and plan find it easier to attract and retain staff.
Can your staff answer the key question: Do I know what’s expected of me at work?
Our Vision, Values & Plan Leadership session will help you to deliver:
An aligned Vision Statement – your future “WHY?"
Well defined Mission Statement for the coming 12-36 months
SMART and prioritised Objectives
Agreed strategies to achieve the Objectives
Tactics – specific projects or actions to enable achievement of the strategies
The mission is the organization's core purpose and the vision is an envisioned future state. The mission likely won't change whereas the vision may be updated from time to time.
Without a clear set of values, your employees might know the tasks that you need them to complete, but they won’t understand, with piercing clarity, how they are expected to behave. Involvement is ownership - so we make sure your employees are involved in shaping the culture and the values.
What's the Output?
The output of the Vision, Values & Plan will be a more engaged Leadership Team, who are better able to inspire their teams. That will lead to higher levels of employee engagement and better staff retention, which improves the experience that your customers receive from every touch point with your business. Ultimately that will mean a stronger brand and increased profits in the medium to long term.
A more engaged Leadership Team, who are better able to inspire their teams
Higher levels of employee engagement and better staff retention
Improved customers touchpoint experience, ultimately increasing profits
Stronger Brand Awareness and increased profits in the medium to long term.
The perfect example
One of the most famous examples of this came in 1962, when John F. Kennedy visited the NASA Space Centre and noticed a janitor carrying a broom. JFK asked the man what he was doing as he swept the floor. The Janitor answered, “well Mr President, I’m helping to put man on the moon”.
We’d love to help your business to find its “putting man on the moon” as we believe that when your entire team hooks into something that is emotive, when they embrace this type of attitude and belief system, that incredible things can happen.