Organizations that define, deploy and cultivate a high-performance culture achieve a wealth of efficiencies that positively impact the bottom line. With the establishment of a strong organizational culture, drivers are self-motivational, permeating outward and not the other way around. Organizations that create a high-performance culture attain an alignment of purpose, vision, values and a sense of mission.
The benefits of high-performance cultures are concrete, with ROI correlations of 30 percent or greater. By promoting cultural cohesion, organizations ensure that employees and all stakeholders speak the same language. High-performance cultures are highly communicative. Performance expectations are shared and owned by every member of the organization – paired with individual and organizational competencies, talents and skills. Likewise, motivational rewards range from acknowledgment and recognition to compensation incentives and increases in EBITDA.
Brooks International assists clients in the implementation and execution of processes that synchronize performance expectations, capabilities and motivators. It’s a practice we know intimately, because we do it internally. It’s how we build our own high-performance culture.