Published on February 20, 2014
CULTURE DESIGN WORKSHOP CULTURAL IMPERATIVES FOR LEADERS Larissa Conte PARISOMA 02.18.14
DEFINITION CULTURE The set of shared beliefs, values, & behaviors amongst a group.
CULTURE SHAPES AND IS SHAPED BY Beliefs o Values Worldviews, o Explicit values Mindsets o Implicit values (=What’s good, valuable, true, etc.) Behaviors o o o o o o Language Systems Processes Leadership Artifacts Feedback o o o o o o Communication Decision-making Place-making Rituals Attire Taboos
DR. CAROL DWECK THE POWER OF MINDSET Growth Mindset Fixed Mindset Intelligence is static Intelligence can be developed Leads to desire to look smart Leads to desire to learn
DR. CAROL DWECK MINDSET AND COMPANY CULTURE “We know from our studies that people with the ﬁxed mindset do not admit and correct their deﬁciencies. And a company that cannot selfcorrect cannot survive . . . Instead of learning, growing, and moving the company forward, everyone starts worrying about being judged . . . It’s hard for courage and innovation to survive a company-wide ﬁxed mindset.”
DR. CAROL DWECK MINDSET AND LEADERSHIP “In the ﬁxed mindset it’s not enough just to succeed. It’s not enough just to look smart and talented. You have to be pretty much ﬂawless. And you have to be ﬂawless right away... After all, if you have it you have it, and if you don’t you don’t... This desire to think of yourself as perfect is often called CEO disease.”
HOW LEADERSHIP INFLUENCES CULTURE
CULTURE IS FRACTAL IN NATURE Values are the governing and unifying pattern across scales
LEADERS’ BELIEFS SHAPE COMPANY CULTURE
UNCONSCIOUS BELIEFS CAN HAVE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES
CULTIVATING CONSCIOUS LEADERSHIP
01 BEGIN WITH SELF AWARENESS Only by gaining greater understanding of our own beliefs, gifts, edges, and fears can we lead from our full potential.
02 LEAD BY EXAMPLE Growth mindset cultures succeed because leaders transparently engage in the growth process. o This requires courage and self-appreciation.
03 FOSTER ALIGNMENT ACROSS SCALES Create systems for mentoring and accountability at all levels of your organization.
04 COMMIT TO ONGOING EVOLUTION As your organization evolves and shifts states, so must you as a leader to continue to serve the changing needs of your business.
THANK YOU Larissa Conte beinglionhearted.com firstname.lastname@example.org @larissabconte
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