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Transforming Cultures

Every organization has a culture. The key to high performance is to create that culture, rather than letting it form by accident. Working with Chrysalis will reveal how.

Culture typically shifts when companies undergo significant changes that cause uncertainty, such as IPO’s, mergers, acquisitions, rapid growth, regional expansion, leadership succession, regulation and deregulation. These events can initiate new rules and an influx of new people with unknown and disparate values, thus making a reexamination of the culture essential to success.

First, Chrysalis will help you determine your “non-negotiables” – those things about your culture that you need to keep, and those you would like to obtain. We will review your management, personnel selection and compensation systems to see if the company is truly operating under its professed values. From these findings we will help you articulate what values are indispensable to your company’s success, and we’ll help you institutionalize those values with systems that align your people’s performance with your company vision. These efforts help ensure that you actually realize the ROI you were expecting after making a significant change in the first place.

The goal of culture transformation is to create “engaged” employees. People’s actions are based on the future they see before them. If you create a culture of coordinated communication and action, appropriate reward and real accountability, people will go the extra mile to fulfill company goals. In fact, it is shown that this “discretionary effort” can swing up to 30% based on people’s level of motivation. We help you create a clear future for your employees, so they can get where they want to go. And in turn, so can your organization.

“Chrysalis has been the catalyst that’s helping transform our people into happier, more productive individuals. We’re actually applying management theories as opposed to just discussing them.”

Stewart Jacobson
President, Dearborn & Creggs