CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFORMATION

These days, “culture” is front and center for good reason. A healthy culture is a competitive advantage in attracting, retaining, and motivating today’s workforce. Period.

We’ve all experienced cultures firsthand—good ones and bad ones. You know how detrimental a bad culture can be—and how inspiring and business-positive a good culture can be.

You’ve seen the statistics:

According to Gallup, companies with

HIGHLY ENGAGED WORKFORCES
OUTPERFORM THEIR PEERS BY 147 PERCENT

In earnings per share. That’s compelling.

The M word.

Millennials value company culture more than any other generation

has, and they will make up nearly half the workforce population by 2020.

So, what can you do to foster or create a business-positive culture that has you, and all your coworkers, energized to face every day and win in your marketplace?

WE CAN DEFINITELY HELP, AND WE’D LIKE TO SHOW YOU HOW AND WHY.

“Culture” often evokes “‘warm and fuzzy.” But there is nothing warm and fuzzy about how we go about helping our clients transform culture. We are analytical and have a concrete process to help you win at the culture game.

And once we collaborate with you and have a distinct map for moving forward, we possess all the design and delivery capabilities to bring the vision to life.

So, how can we help? And what do we offer?

TEAM WORKSHOPS

Need to boost the performance of a team, increase innovation, enable more effective managers? We have workshops and short-term initiatives that specifically accomplish these tasks.

LEADERSHIP TRANSFORMATION

Cultural transformation begins with the personal transformation of leaders. Having your leaders model the values and behaviors of your desired culture is one of the most powerful ways to transform culture. We offer 360 leadership values assessments, coaching, and leadership development workshops.

CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFORMATION, ENTERPRISE-WIDE ENGAGEMENT

Cultural capital is a key differentiator in organizational performance, and the top team must have the clear vision, values, and strategy to align, respond to, and inspire teams in today’s market conditions. We are ready to conduct cultural values assessments as part of our discovery phase to understand your current culture, and then we will design interventions to move you toward your desired culture.

Need a culture change agent? If you need someone on staff to carry the torch, our Talent Solutions service is ready to set you up with a highly skilled, action-centric culture practitioner.

THOUGHT LEADER

Ashley Munday – Culture Links

I am always ready to “talk culture” and have been doing so all my professional life.

Thankfully my lifelong passion has become a business imperative, and I was ecstatic to take the reins on leading the culture service at SweetRush.

Why did I choose SweetRush? Two reasons.

First, they (we) have an amazing culture. Almost no turnover. Highly motivated teammates, all feeling good, who are committed to their craft and care about each other, our clients, and the world.

Second, not only do we possess the experience to design all levels of culture transformation, but we also possess all the capabilities to implement the solution and develop highly engaging trainings and communications support.

Working with leaders, teams, and organizations to nurture innovative, high-performance cultures is my passion. I believe in the power of the human spirit and ingenuity. I have worked around the globe and have seen pure genius in action—from the board of a multinational corporation to a retreat in India with 4,000 people from the untouchable caste. I have learned that when given the structure to create positive change, most people rise to the occasion and can accomplish great things together. This work is the integration of minds, hearts, and boots on the ground.

Ready to talk culture? I hope so and look forward to speaking with you!

All my best,

Ashley Munday,
Director of Cultural and Organizational Transformation

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