What’s your definition of a high-performance culture?
In his blog titled “Crafting a High-Performance Culture,” SmartRecruiters CEO Jerome Ternynck outlines the ten ingredients that make a high performance culture and says,
“One of the best things about being an entrepreneur is the opportunity to craft your company culture. It’s also one of the hardest, because – let’s face it – you can’t dictate a culture. Ultimately, your company culture is going to be what people make it. But, as a leader, you ought to steer in the right direction.”
How can you create a high-performance culture in your organization even if you don’t have the advantage of starting your own company and building it from the ground up? How do you transform mediocrity into excellence?
Please join @weknownext at 3 p.m. ET on June 18 for #Nextchat with special guest, Jerome Ternynck (@JeromeTernynck), CEO of SmartRecruiters. We’ll talk about what it takes to shift your organization into high-performance mode.
Q1. What is your definition of a high-performance workplace culture?
Q2. What are the top three drivers of a high-performance workplace culture?
Q3. Are compensation and benefits the most important factors to creating a high-performance culture today? Why or why not?
Q4. How does diversity in the workforce affect performance?
Q5. How do you train, mentor and coach a high-performance mindset with existing employees?
Q6. High-performing cultures such as Yahoo can stumble. What factors contribute to organizational decline?
Q7. How can supervisors drive innovation and performance at the team level in companies with cultures of mediocrity?
Q8. What revolutionary workforce practices will actually drive innovation in today’s tech and social savvy workplaces?