For many people, culture is confusing. It’s unclear how it contributes to the bottom line and who wants to mess around with all that soft stuff anyway. Well, it turns out the soft stuff is actually the hard stuff and the stuff most likely to contribute to an increase in performance and revenue. Join me this week as I talk with the, incredible Craig forman about how to identify when your stuff is getting in the way of the good stuff.
More about Craig Forman
For well over a decade Craig’s work has been driven by a singular professional purpose: to help the world work better by improving the places we work. Over his career, he’s supported some of the most notable and highly successful organizations to build human-focused, high-performing workplace cultures.
Craig recently founded CultureC Consulting following six-years as Lead People Scientist at Culture Amp. CultureC is focused on helping organizations implement a data-informed approach to their people and culture resulting in actions that have impact. Additionally, he designed and led Culture Amp’s award-winning Culture First global community, now with over 100 global chapters and led the experience design for the Culture First Global conference, spanning four years and 15 events reaching hundreds of thousands of culture enthusiasts.
Craig holds a Masters degree in Industrial / Organizational Psychology, and is a proud veteran of the US Air Force.
Learn more about Craig - https://www.culturecraig.com/