Corporate Culture Forward
Your people, your customers, and your prospective hires all need to know what your business stands for, what actually matters.
Not only can we help you discover and articulate your company’s core purpose, our culture practice does what no other change management advisors do: Give you tools to organically inform, spread, and grow your culture, every hour of every day.
We have developed specific tools to do this.
We collaborate with other consultants and work directly with clients. If you are a consultancy wishing to partner with us, please click here.
There are only two daily newsletters that I look forward to opening and
reading every time they show up to my inbox: Seth Godin’s and gapingvoid.
- Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO
“Communication is often the hardest part of leadership.”
gapingvoid creates ideas and images SPECIFICALLY for leaders: unique and creative presentation decks, animations and other visual props that help deliver messages in unexpected, memorable and more meaningful ways.
These visuals are not only designed to delight and disarm your audience, they’re designed make you and your message sing, winning your audience over, making them want to talk about you and your vision for months to come.
“Inspiring Surroundings make for Inspired Work.”
Done right, an image on a wall can teach, inspire, motivate and broadcast your most important ideas and beliefs.
Done wrong, it’ll just display pretty pictures that nobody cares about.
The decision to clearly state what matters for all to see, is not just a business decision, it’s a moral decision.
You can be like nearly every other business, or you can step up, take a stand, and let everyone know what it is that your company actually stands for.
It’s not about decorating, it’s about beliefs. It’s not about aesthetics, it’s about leadership.
And once you’ve taken that stand, the word spreads.
Once you’ve taken that stand, it will serve as a magnet to attract like-minded customers and employees, it will sort out the people who get it and the one’s who don’t.
At best, it will inspire your people to greatness. At least, it will start A LOT of the right conversations.
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