The Fractional C-Suite Retreat

Writing Out Your Culture - Adi Klevit - Fractional C-Suite Retreat - Episode #45

October 25, 2022

Today's guest is someone with 25 years of knowledge and experience as a management consultant and business executive. Adi Klevit is the host of the “Systems Simplified” podcast and the Founder and CEO of Business Success Consulting Group. Adi joins Joe to explore how marketing plays a role in hiring, how to embed your values in your company culture, and how to manage a remote team. 

 

 

Takeaways:

  • To hire the right people, you need to know how to differentiate yourself from the rest of the field. 
  • There are many ways to stand out in your job postings. Videos can be attention-grabbing and give you a chance to highlight things like your core values. 
  • Cohesive company culture is essential to a high retention rate. It’s not enough to write your core values on a doc that gets buried away, you need to live your culture and values. 
  • When defining your core values, using a single word or sentence isn’t enough. Define them in what they mean to you, give examples, and tell the story behind each value. Ask your team what each value means to them.
  • A high-performing team is one way to measure a successful culture. Strong culture leads to strong results.
  • Your employee handbook should cover rules, regulations, and policies. All companies should also have a cultural handbook that details the culture and what it means to be a part of that organization. 
  • A strong, well-defined structure is key to a successful remote organization. Meetings should be intentional and well-defined, and each attending member should know why they are attending. 

 

 

Quote of the Show:

  • “How can you be successful unless you have team members?” - Adi Klevit

 

 

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