One of the results of the global health crisis has been that more businesses are recognising the 'wealth' that is attached to their people.
It has lead to some companies re-evaluating their softer - people - assets and realising that having the right culture, with the right people in the right roles, working for the right money in the right company is more important than ever.
By developing your own understanding of cultural value - that is the benefit these softer assets represent - we can ensure we have a business that is truly set up for success.
Using the cultural lens we can make assessments about the wellbeing and happiness of both team members and other stakeholders.
We can use it to...
How do you see failure?
Do you see it as a lens held up to your own abilities - or lack of them – or do you see it as an opportunity to grow?
How you view and deal with failure is a great tool for identifying whether you have a fixed mindset or a growth mindset.
Growth Mindset: Someone with a growth mindset will see no limit on their capabilities or that of their employees. They know that with the right support, training and help anyone can achieve anything.
Fixed Mindset: Someone with a fixed mindset will always have their successes defined by their limitations. They’ll believe their talent, their ability, their intelligence is a fixed state.
Uses criticism to succeed
Change is good, yet only a tiny 2% of the population really, completely, fully embrace change – and it’s no surprise that the 2% are highly successful.
The 2% mindset determines that exploring new things, embracing the unknown, living without limits, acting in spite of fear is all part of being flexible and adapting in the face of uncertainty.
Yet 98% of the population live in their comfort zones, playing it safe, settling for less and being like everyone else.
What are you going to do differently today? Comment below to let us know. Ready to join the 2% club? DM us or email us at [email protected] to find out how we can help you.