Four Keys to Cultivating a Healthy Culture

Whether leading a business, non-profit organization, school, church, or any other organization, leaders are responsible for the quality of the work environment. They can either create an environment that is healthy—one where people trust one another and work together to…

Is Your Organization Healthy?

Organizational health is characterized by the level of trust, accountability, transparency, and unity that exists within an organization. There is not much middle ground; you either have a healthy organization or an unhealthy one. The question is, if you're leading…

Thoughts on Organizational Health

I think one of the defining issues facing leaders today is organizational health. Most leaders would agree that things like trust, transparency, accountability, and unity are all important, but they are not often willing to exhibit the courage necessary to…

Organizational Health Part III: Low Turnover of Key Employees

The last few weeks we have been discussing the concept of organizational health, why it is important, what it looks like, and how you can achieve it. A quick review… Healthy organizations have minimal politics & confusion, as well as…

Organizational Health Part II: Morale & Productivity

Are you a leader of an organization, a department, or a small team? Are you a pastor? A non-profit manager? A business owner? Are you in charge of leading a volunteer team? If you answered yes to any of these…

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