Cash cows, gadflies, creative destruction, and eating your own dog food.
The culture of an organization is more important than you might think.
Believe it or not, it is possible.
Why leadership is all about building good relationships.
More ideal clients will drive profit for your company.
Sue Funkhouser reveals four ways to fuel organizational pride.
Creating the culture of your company or organization is sexy stuff. Changing it is hard.
It’s easy to get discouraged when leading. Your organization might not be moving ahead as quickly as you would like. Your team may not be following your instruction. Your company may even be facing financial difficulty.
Culture is like soil. Healthy grounds will lead to healthy plants.
Do your daily practices align with your stated values? With your employees’ values? No? You probably have a burn out problem.
Sue Funkhouser describes the impact of a customer service field trip and outlines five steps to design impactful experiences. — Clients usually call me when they want to make a change. One effective tool I use to get people out of their heads, expand their viewpoints and trigger insights are field trips. They provide an…
Sue Funkhouser explains how to create collisions to spark ideas and build cohesive cultures.
Sue Funkhouser explains that doors can provide much more than privacy.
Sue Funkhouser explains that rituals are experiential reminders of what is most valued and are a vital component to creating cohesive company cultures.
Work is a big part of our lives. What if we can create our business in a way that creates good?
“I want to work for someone that never tells me the truth,” said no employee…ever.