Culture Can Help You Win.
One of the greatest tragedies I encounter on a daily basis, is the belief that a healthy work culture is about the contentment and enjoyment of those involved. As a result, most leaders I work with have tried to make work more fun…and discovered that it just became more frustrating for everyone.
My approach is not about warm/fuzzy feelings or ping pong tables. I work with leaders to build meaningful, measurable, top down cultures that will help their organizations succeed for a long time to come.
The first part of a healthy culture is discovering and/or clarifying who you are, because you are asking your people to buy in to and own the group identity.
Next, it is vital to point that identity in a clear, shareable, and community owned vision. It is what will unify the team to live out their shared identity.
Finally, building healthy and measurable habits is the key to realizing dreams. Without habits, unmet expectations will cause frustration and failure.
“Working with Brad has changed our team culture. It has also guided our day to day work and decision making.”
Dr. Scott White
“Brad listens. Intently. Then solves the problem at hand, utilizing a methodology I didn’t know existed. He’s brilliant.”
Tulsa Internet Marketing
"Brad is a guide who helps people create their business foundation, and helps them start to see measurable results."
Ventin Web Solutions
"You can tell he is all in on you and what you want to do and he will for sure have solutions that will exceed your expectations. I highly recommend using Brad."
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