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Culture Summit 2018 - Using Culture to Unlock Your People's Potential Workshop

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Culture Summit 2018 - Using Culture to Unlock Your People's Potential Workshop

  1. 1. Are you a better version of yourself for having worked at your company?
  2. 2. Co-Founder & Chief Culture Officer, 15Five Executive Coach and Culture Maven - Obsessed with building healthy organizations and creating the opportunity for people to have meaningful work and meaningful relationships. Shane Metcalf
  3. 3. Founder and CEO, 15Five Serial entrepreneur and named “The Most Connected Man You Don’t Know In Silicon Valley” by Forbes. Featured in The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, Wired, Fast Company. David Hassell
  4. 4. Using Culture to Unlock Your Peoples Potential Building companies where people become their Best Selves
  5. 5. 15Five is a continuous performance management solution that allows the agile company to manage and coach employees as fast as you need to sprint.
  6. 6. “Great Culture” is now table stakes
  7. 7. What’s next?
  8. 8. Culture can be the key that unlocks the potential of your people
  9. 9. Culture has a bio psycho social impact The science of epigenetics reveals that culture changes our genetic expression • environment (rura/urban) • celestial/ solar radiano • diet, lifestyle • crisis/war • individuals, ideas, works of art, music, film, etc • technology/invention (the internet) • political systems, social structures.
  10. 10. Culture that transforms people into their best selves produces two very powerful outcomes Fierce Loyalty High Performance
  11. 11. Defining your culture
  12. 12. What is Culture? Culture is a set of shared: • Beliefs • Values • Experiences • Ways of being
  13. 13. The map is not the territory The Menu is not the food It’s a highly subjective and hard to measure phenomenon.
  14. 14. Defining your culture Take 10 minutes and write about your organizations shared: • Beliefs • Values • Experiences • Ways of being
  15. 15. Intro to the section of your slides - keep it under two lines. Concepts, Frameworks 
 & Models
  16. 16. “I am not a noun, I am a verb. If I’m an object then I’m fixed. If I’m a verb then I can grow.
  17. 17. Fixed Mindset Growth Mindset Belief that abilities, intelligence and talents are fixed traits. Belief that abilities, intelligence and talents can be developed.
  18. 18. Fixed Mindset As a result, they may plateau early and achieve less than their full potential. Leads to a desire to look smart, so trends to: Avoid challenges Give up easily See effort as fruitless or worse Ignore useful negative feedback Feel threatened by the success of others As a result, they reach ever-higher levels of achievement. Embrace challenges Persist in the face of setbacks See effort as the path to mastery Learn from criticism Find lessons and inspiration in the success of others Leads to a desire to look smart, so trends to: Growth Mindset
  19. 19. If you spend your life trying to be good at everything, you will never be great at anything. —Tom Rath c “
  20. 20. Zone of GeniusZone of Excellence Zone of Incompetence Zone of Competence Exceptional at this. No one does it quite like you.Highly skilled at this. Not many people do it better. Not good at this. Many people can do it better. Average at this. Some people do it better.
  21. 21. Psychological safety is a shared belief that the team is safe for interpersonal risk taking. It can be defined as “being able to show and employ one’s self without fear of negative consequences of self-image, status or career” (Kahn 1990, p. 708). In psychologically safe teams, team members feel accepted and respected.
  22. 22. Triune BrainImage Credit: Angi English
  23. 23. Maslow’s Hierarchy Growth Contribution Estee Belongin Safet Physiolog Self -
  24. 24. Create a compelling Vision of your ideal culture
  25. 25. Intro to the section of your slides - keep it under two lines. Implement Rituals & Practices
  26. 26. Gratitude Monday Wednesday Meditation Question Friday
  27. 27. Weekly Self-Reflection
  28. 28. On Ramps & Off Ramps
  29. 29. Your Growth Edge An area of improvement that would make the biggest difference to your personal development and your team’s performance. An Everyone Culture
  30. 30. Company and Team Retreats
  31. 31. How can I support them in taking the next step in being successful in their work and life? What conversations could I have to help foster their development? Conversations for Greatness
  32. 32. Create your own rituals and practices to bring your ideal vision to life

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