How to Define Your Business Culture

 John Ruh   Business Culture, Professional Development


  • Not sure where you are right now?
  • Confused about where you’re going?
  • Don’t know why you’re doing what you’re doing?
  • Not sure what you truly value?
  • Your behavior is not in alignment with your values?
  • Does what you are doing have little or no meaning to you?
  • Have you reached a stage where you can’t relate your work to your mission or purpose?
  • Are you discouraged and/or disillusioned about your future?
  • Do you want a vision that supports and empowers you?

Sound Familiar?

As the leader of your life, and the leader of a business, a division, or a department, these questions all point to the same core issue: Your business culture is not clear.

Without a well-defined business culture, all the tactical moves you make will have limited impact. As a result, creating a powerful and practical game plan is virtually impossible. By dealing with this core issue you can build your business, your department and your life on a solid foundation. – YOUR Culture.

3 Things to Accept About Business Culture

  1. It is a complicated and confusing subject.
  2. Creating a well-defined culture takes a firm commitment and time. You will need a proven program, a process and support to make it happen.
  3. Once your culture is understood and accepted, you can support yourself right as well as your business, and all the people in it.

#1 Benefit

You may feel more in control of your life and experience more freedom. You will see choices that previously were not visible to you. Life and business decisions, strategies, structure and support will correspond to your vision, your goals, your mission and purpose.

We’ve written extensively on business culture.

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Learn how culture can positively (or negatively) impact your business with our free eBook “Why Bother With Business Culture.”