How Great Leaders Create a Growth Culture

Creating a culture that fosters the growth and development of team members is a battle worth fighting.  

Culture, by definition, is the shared values and beliefs that guide thinking and behavior. You would be wrong if you thought of culture as soft or some magical dust in the air in a few exceptional companies. Culture is the foundation that sets organizations and teams up for sustained success.  

Peter Drucker famously said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” Drucker didn’t mean the strategy wasn’t necessary, but he did know that when a group of people are aligned with their values and beliefs, their habits and behaviors would be a more promising route to sustained success. 

Most employees want to be part of an elite culture that fosters and promotes their growth and development. Instead, most executive leaders lack the knowledge and ability to make it happen. If only more leaders grasped this critical culture and leadership principle:

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