It’s “new year resolution” time for many of us, and that usually involves improving personal health and starting new habits…but couldn’t we do the same for organizations?
There’s good reason to do so: high-performance organizations are 6x more likely to have “fit” cultures. i4cp analysis reveals that the health of a company’s culture is not only directly tied to financial performance, but also likely an indicator of what to expect in the future.
As we enter a new year, is your organization’s culture “in shape?”
Join us at the New York CHRO Forum on February 15 to find out. Kevin Oakes, CEO & co-founder, author of Culture Renovation®, and Katheryn Brekken, Senior Research Analyst at i4cp will share key findings from i4cp’s latest study, Culture Fitness: Healthy Habits of High-Performance Organizations. You’ll learn:
- The defining characteristics of a healthy culture
- The “Toxic 9” – unhealthy habits of unfit cultures to avoid
- Impactful interventions and new habits – a cultural fitness regimen – that any organization can benchmark against to prepare for the unknown
As a reminder, the New York CHRO Forum – co-hosted by i4cp and The Ayers Group – is open exclusively to senior HR executives. To encourage open dialogue and collaboration, vendors and consultants are not permitted.