Leading with Intentionality: Using Core Values to Build Culture and Develop Your Business. Outcomes of this workshop. Deep understanding of core values A process to use A plan of action Assessment and tweaking. Assumptions:.
Leading with Intentionality:
Using Core Values to Build Culture and Develop Your Business
Outcomes of this workshop
You chose the bicycle business because you want something in addition to profit.
You have chosen to attend this workshop because you care about what kind of bike shop(s) you have.
For great companies* (big and small) profitability is not the end goal, but IS an essential result for achieving the kind of business you want.
Which results in…
(profitable cash-flow for sustainability; solid track record of meeting other objectives)
A Great Company
admired and respected by others; is thought of as a role-model
Vision = Purpose + Core Values + Mission
How likely are we to commit to an organization or business?
Clarity of Organizational Values
Clarity of Personal Values
Personal Core Values
1. Complete the worksheet sections A-D
2. In groups of three, share your personal core values, and what you mean by each.
3. Describe a “defining situation” around one of those core values, and share one or two of your daily actions that support that core value.
4. Identify a few key actions or decisions you make in daily life as a result of your values.
Why is it important to go through this exercise?
Every Butt on a Bike
We believe in the transformational power of the BICYCLE as a vehicle for personal, economic and environmental well-being.
We believe in the transformational power of BUSINESS as a vehicle for economic, social and national well-being.
And so we seek to get every butt on a bike in order to TRANSFORM THE WORLD for individuals, businesses, communities, and nations.
We value and consider our dealers as the fundamental stakeholder of QBP. We exist to serve them, and when they win, we win.
Integrity and Truth
We are open and honest in what we say and what we do. Our actions match our words.
We choose high performance as a pillar of our culture. We hire high performers, we mentor and coach each other to high performance, and we retain and reward our high performers.
We seek the best outcomes for all involved. We choose authentic partnership over a purely transactional relationship.
Striving to Be Better
Our culture revolves around continuous learning as both a value and a strategy. We set high standards for ourselves, we celebrate our success and then we set the bar higher.
Creating Something Special
We are creating something transformational and amazing for the world and for ourselves. It’s our passion, and it’s fun.
Examples of Business Values
Passion for _____
Respect for _____
Responsibility to Employees
Make a contribution
Core values: Identifying what you want
Group Exercise: Core Values for ___________ Bike Shop
In your table groups, identify 5 possible core values that your bike shop has/wants.
Once you have core values write a two sentence description.
What results you want to see with each
Expectations of staff: actions/behaviors you want…and what you don’t want
Core Values and Leadership
What actions will you take as the (a) Leader?
Core Values informs culture…
In your groups
Measuring and tracking…
confusion to be alleviated…
Outcomes of this workshop
Beyond Entrepreneurship, James C. Collins
Building the Awesome Organization, Catlin & Matthews
Great Leadership, Antony Bell
Finding Your True North, George, McLean, Craig
Contact info: email@example.com