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How People Experience Work Shapes Your Organization’s Culture

Your Organization’s Culture

I was recently working with one of my San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients - a senior vice president in a Silicon Valley high tech company. We discussed how people experienced work at his company.

My client’s company is led by a leadership team where several members lack emotional intelligence and social intelligence. My executive client and I further discussed how the culture that got them to where they are won’t get them to where they want to be. I am coaching my client on how help company leaders model new behaviors, that will create positive experiences for people resulting in a more open and trust-based culture.

How People Experience Work

You may not realize it, but as a manager or team leader, you create experiences every minute of the day that help shape your organization’s culture. These experiences include:

·  Promoting someone

·  Firing someone

·  Announcing a new policy

·  Interacting in meetings

·  Providing feedback

·  Communicating through conversation, email or presentations

Such interactions shape beliefs about “how we do things around here.” These beliefs, in turn, drive people’s actions, which collectively produce results.

Are you working in a professional services firm or other organization where executive coaches provide leadership development to grow emotionally intelligent leaders? Does your organization provide executive coaching for leaders who need to create a more successful culture? Enlightened leaders tap into their emotional intelligence and social intelligence skills to create a high performance culture.

One of the most powerful questions you can ask yourself is “How do people experience work in our workplace?” Emotionally intelligent and socially intelligent organizations provide executive coaching as part of their peak performance leadership development program.

Working with a seasoned executive coach and leadership consultant trained in emotional intelligence and incorporating assessments such as the Bar-On EQ-I, CPI 260 and Denison Culture Survey can help you create a culture where all employees are fully engaged. You can become a leader who models emotional intelligence and social intelligence, and who inspires people to become fully engaged with the vision, mission and strategy of your company or law firm.

About Dr. Maynard Brusman

Dr. Maynard Brusman is a consulting psychologist, executive coach and trusted advisor to senior leadership teams.He is the president of Working Resources, a leadership consulting and executive coaching firm. We specialize in helping San Francisco Bay Area companies and law firms assess, select, coach, and retain emotionally intelligent leaders.  Maynard is a highly sought-after speaker and workshop leader. He facilitates leadership retreats in Northern California and Costa Rica. The Society for Advancement of Consulting (SAC) awarded Dr. Maynard Brusman "Board Approved" designations in the specialties of Executive Coaching and Leadership Development.

For more information, please go to http://www.workingresources.com, write to mbrusman@workingresources.com, or call 415-546-1252.

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