Take care of the people in your organization.
What makes employees engage, commit, and connect with their organization? Leaders that listen and use feedback to transform the culture of the organization. Today’s guest, Tim Hire, Superintendent of Schools, Tulare County Office of Education reminds us that there will always be plenty of work to do – make sure it’s the right work. If your organization doesn’t live by its values – that’s a great place to start. Listen as Tim shares the process their team used to develop core values and break down silos to truly engage employees.
This episode addresses questions, such as:
- How can we increase organization-wide commitment to our core values?
- What work is the right work for leaders to prioritize?
- How do feedback and communication play a powerful role in defining values?
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9P| WHY DO VALUES MATTER?
Values define organizations. Values align to the purpose and strategic aims of the organization and serve as a foundation and a barometer for decision-making and planning. When organizations successfully live out their values, alignment of strategy, action, and mindset is obvious to internal and external stakeholders.
9P | LEAD YOUR WORK
When we think of being a leader, we may think of specific job roles or use the term interchangeably with “manager.” A position of authority doesn’t guarantee the individual has the characteristics of a leader. People can be leaders regardless of their job titles.
STUDER EDUCATION | THE FOUR MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASK WHILE ROUNDING
Leader rounding is different from what we thought it was. Most importantly, rounding is an opportunity to build relationships with our employees–get to know them, what they like, what they relate to, the people who are most important to them and other things that define employees as individuals.