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The Connected CULTURE

Research shows successful cultures prioritize the cultivation of success skills that build connection: social investment, gratitude, recognition and celebration.

Is Your Culture Connected?

 

Connected cultures prioritize building relationships, boosting recognition behaviors, and creating spaces where employees can show up as their authentic selves. Members of connected cultures know each other at a deeper level, trust each other, and habitually practice gratitude.

Connected Culture Review:

  • Does your culture value and prioritize relationship-building?

  • Do your leaders encourage and model making time to socialize at work?

  • Does your culture have a strong habit of gratitude?

  • Does your culture celebrate non-work related achievements, accomplishments and life milestones (i.e. birthdays, marriages, etc.)?

  • Do your leaders and employees alike regularly recognize each other for positive impacts and results?

  • Do your company leaders embody empathy and humanization?

  • Does your culture support failure and transparency? 

  • Does your culture support employee needs for imagination, confidence and emotional safety?

  • Do leaders and employees know a little bit about people outside of work?

To gain competitive edge, the next era of company culture will create social infrastructure that encourages social investment, gratitude, recognition and celebration. By having these strong relational structures in place, companies will have more brainpower to leverage success skills that make companies deliver elite results: innovation, creativity, intellect, problem-solving, collaboration and many more.

Social Investment

"Talk." Make space to talk. About anything.

Gratitude

"Thank." Brain boost. Train the brain to scan for positivity.

Recognition

"Praise." Brain boost. Connected cultures regularly recognize employees for positive impacts, big and small. Recognition is not just a reward, it is a motivator. Connected cultures hand out praise in abundance and regularity. They also work hard to make the acknowledged contributions public. Recognition is not only from leader to employee, but from human-to-human no matter the rank, title or position of the team member.

Celebration

"Celebrate." Connected cultures show up for each other in causes for celebration. They make note to intentionally celebrate employee milestones like: work anniversaries, birthdays, marriages, child birth/adoption, and anything else that makes someone's life highlight reel. These celebrations boost sense of belonging in the workplace. 

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TESTIMONIALS

"I was curious how a remote retreat would work.  I must say that it far exceeded my expectations.  Just the outcome of getting us IT people to talk about non-technology subjects such as hopes, dreams and feelings was remarkable.  I really didn’t think that was possible! Whitney's enthusiasm and manner really puts people at ease and this is obviously a passion and a gifting." 

PAUL, SENIOR LEADERSHIP MEMBER

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CONNECTION TEAM RETREAT

"The Connected Culture." Research shows that at the heart of successful cultures is connection. A connected culture prioritizes the building of relationships, boosting recognition behaviors, and creating spaces where individuals can show up as their authentic selves. To gain competitive edge, the next era of team culture will create social infrastructure that encourages vulnerability, social investment, and human moments.

This retreat helps teams get to know each other at a deeper level, provides a catalyst for the development or deepening of trust, and boosts a powerful habit of gratitude. By having these relational structures in place, teams will have more brainpower for the leverage of success skills that enable them to deliver elite results: innovation, creativity, intellect, problem-solving, collaboration and many more. Currently offered virtual only. All team retreats include discounted access to 1:1 coaching sessions for retreat participants ($97 each for 60 minutes).

Time: 3.5 hours

Investment: $2500

What Exactly Will This Retreat Do?

  • Provide the latest research and tools on the powers of connected cultures.

  • Facilitate meaningful conversation that is a building block for trust.

  • Support employees getting to know each other at a deeper level.

  • Inspire employees to practice brain-boosting gratitude.

  • Support the custom needs and requests of each team.

Connected Culture Review:

  • Does your culture value and prioritize relationship-building?

  • Do your leaders encourage and model making time to socialize at work?

  • Does your culture have a strong habit of gratitude?

  • Does your culture celebrate non-work related achievements, accomplishments and life milestones (i.e. birthdays, marriages, etc.)?

  • Do your leaders and employees alike regularly recognize each other for positive impacts and results?

  • Do your company leaders embody empathy and humanization?

  • Does your culture support failure and transparency? 

  • Does your culture support employee needs for imagination, confidence and emotional safety?

  • Do leaders and employees know a little bit about people outside of work?

To gain competitive edge, the next era of company culture will create social infrastructure that encourages social investment, gratitude, recognition and celebration. By having these strong relational structures in place, companies will have more brainpower to leverage success skills that make companies deliver elite results: innovation, creativity, intellect, problem-solving, collaboration and many more.

Social Investment

"Talk." Make space to talk. About anything.

Gratitude

"Thank." Brain boost. Train the brain to scan for positivity.

Recognition

"Praise." Brain boost. Connected cultures regularly recognize employees for positive impacts, big and small. Recognition is not just a reward, it is a motivator. Connected cultures hand out praise in abundance and regularity. They also work hard to make the acknowledged contributions public. Recognition is not only from leader to employee, but from human-to-human no matter the rank, title or position of the team member.

Celebration

"Celebrate." Connected cultures show up for each other in causes for celebration. They make note to intentionally celebrate employee milestones like: work anniversaries, birthdays, marriages, child birth/adoption, and anything else that makes someone's life highlight reel. These celebrations boost sense of belonging in the workplace.