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Leading Others

Whether managing an internal team, leading an external project, or building a collaborative movement, self-awareness and confidence are paramount for motivating individuals and teams towards greater impact. Building off of the foundational skills in Section One, this section of the Playbook will help you develop collaborative approaches to problem solving and hone your skills as a leader of individuals and teams.

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Build and enhance collaborative skills for leadership

Create an ideal culture for your team

Organizational culture defines the way that a team interacts and works. Typically, culture is set by an organization’s leaders, but it should be developed with input from everyone in the company. If everyone feels they are part of shaping the culture, they’ll be more likely to live and incorporate that culture into all facets of their work.

Organizations should live by their values, reinforce them every day, and not tolerate behavior that is at odds with the agreed-upon culture. Encourage your organization’s leadership to organize a company off-site to focus on culture. Learn about what workplace culture is, why it matters, and how to define it.

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Checklist for Cultural Norms

A checklist to consider when articulating your organization’s cultural norms in All Things Workplace.

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Making Cultural Fit More Productive

Hiring for cultural fit may not always be effective for your team – learn how to ensure cultural fit is productive.

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Five Steps to Build Organizational Culture

An organization’s culture is complex – learn how to consciously create and improve an organization’s culture.

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Six Components of Workplace Culture

Check out the components of a great workplace culture and determine how your organization matches up.

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