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What comes to mind when you think of culture?
We see a direct correlation between Performance and the health of your Leadership, Culture and Strategy. In turn, maybe you’ve
heard that culture eats strategy for breakfast
- the saying attributed to Peter Drucker. But strategy and culture should be interacting with and reinforcing each other, not just running alongside each other!

Find out more at https://leadershiphq.com.au/

What comes to mind when you think of culture?
We see a direct correlation between Performance and the health of your Leadership, Culture and Strategy. In turn, maybe you’ve
heard that culture eats strategy for breakfast
- the saying attributed to Peter Drucker. But strategy and culture should be interacting with and reinforcing each other, not just running alongside each other!

Find out more at https://leadershiphq.com.au/

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  1. 1. Performance=Leadership+Culture+Strategy What comes to mind when you think of culture? We see a direct correlation between Performance and the health of your Leadership, Culture and Strategy. In turn, maybe you’ve heard that culture eats strategy for breakfast - the saying attributed to Peter Drucker. But strategy and culture should be interacting with and reinforcing each other, not just running alongside each other! Culture Action Plan
  2. 2. It’s a combination of attitudes, beliefs, actions and psychology that are the reason for great success or great failure, depending on the strength of the culture and how well it is implemented. A culture that outlines clear values is a strong culture, and will guide employees and the company as a whole in their daily operations - creating team members who feel valued, confident and empowered, and are actively engaged in the organisation. Companies with strong cultures perform better statistically, and have much higher levels of employee satisfaction and retention than companies without a clear and enforceable culture. A culture of acceptance, communication, employee involvement and other positive attributes is one that will have your team performing at their peak and getting the best results. Other benefits of a strong and active culture are: »» Focus - Everyone is working towards one mission, one vision, and the same goals. »» Motivation - Employees are more motivated and more loyal to the company. »» Connection - Getting different divisions/ departments of an organisation working together cohesively is imperative to success. »» Cohesion - More control and coordination in the organisation and encourages consistency. »» Spirit - Team members that are happy and motivated are incredibly efficient. It starts with your Purpose and Leadership as leaders drive and deliver the Culture. We will be asking some critical and reflective questions below around these key areas for your company, team and for yourself. The following questions and solutions are to help you with planning and executing a strong culture within your company or team. What is culture?
  3. 3. Working out your purpose is the first building block to creating a vibrant and strong culture within your company or team. If you don’t have a clear purpose, you cannot lead effectively or expect your team to work at their full potential. What is your WHY? Your purpose? Why does your business exist? Why does this matter to you? Why does this matter to your team, clients or organisation? Why does leadership matter to you? If you need extra help figuring out your WHY, contact us for a one-on- one coaching session with one of our experts at LHQ - you’ll gain clarity and focus, as well as build your skills! STEP 2 Leadership. Authentic and engaging leaders get results; it’s important to invest in yourself and your leaders to get the best performance. Leadership is vital to your company’s success. What do you want for your business and leadership? What is your leadership philosophy? (Example – Leadership is about making a difference) What are your leadership strengths, and what could you improve upon? List 3 of each please. »» Strengths 1. 2. 3. »» Areas of Improvement 1. 2. 3. What are your 5 Key Values (these drive your behaviour)? What is my vision for my leadership or my business? As a leader, what are you passionate about and how would this passion be of benefit to the needs of an organisation or your own business? Contact us for more information on our successful Online Leadership Attitude Academy, to book in for some leadership coaching, or to find out what workshops and programs we are currently running that will help you improve as a leader. STEP 1 WHY (PURPOSE)
  4. 4. STEP 3 Culture. This is the big one! These questions will help you gain clarity about the culture your company and team currently has; what’s working and what isn’t. Contact us for our Cultural or Team Transformation Assessment, Program and Strategy - you’ll receive invaluable insights and solutions to turn your culture around. What is your vision? What is your mission? What are your values? Are you aligned to all of the above? Are your people aligned, and how do you know? What makes you proud of your company? How does the organisation support your professional development and career growth? Is risk-taking encouraged, and what happens when people fail? What role do company values play in hiring and performance reviews? What’s one thing you would change about the company if you could? When and how do people like to give and receive feedback? What are some of the ways the company celebrates success? What kind of flexible work arrangements do people have?
  5. 5. Strategy is how you are going to reach your targets and goals; how you’re going to achieve your vision in relation to what is happening in the company and the industry in general. What are your key markets or segments? What are your strengths as a business? What are your weaknesses? What are your opportunities? Threats? Who are your key clients and customers? What key milestones do you have in the next 12 months? What do you need to focus on in the next few months and why? Please contact us for our One Page Business Strategy Plan and Workshop, to get you on the path to success. STEP 4 Strategy.
  6. 6. STEP 5 Performance. How you will carry out your strategy; the actions and goals you’re putting into place and how you’re working to achieve them. What ACTIONS will you focus on in the next 6 months? How will you put your why, vision and values into action? What are your goals in the next 12 months? What are your goals in the next 12-18 months? Name 3 things you need to change – what would happen if you did? What would happen if you didn’t? What will you do to ensure you are fostering the culture of your workplace? What targets have you struggled with reaching? How can you improve on this? How will you focus on being a better leader? Please contact us for our Performance Plan and Organisational Health Leadership Assessment, so you, your team and your company are performing at their best! Based upon the above responses, what can we do to support you in achieving this? We are offering a FREE Consultation on each of the above areas, to help you succeed and deliver a higher level of performance. CONTACT US TODAY AT Website: www.leadershiphq.com.au Email: info@leadershiphq.com.au | Phone: 1300 719 665 BRISBANE | SYDNEY | MELBOURNE Reference - https://www.fastcompany.com/1810674/culture-eats-strategy-for-lunch
  7. 7. Performance Culture Strategy Leadership

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