Most CEO’s affirm that “our people” are their biggest asset. They invest lots of money to provide training, perks, bonuses, and career advancement opportunities — yet are left wondering why they don’t often get the employee performance return they expect from the investment.
High performing leaders now recognize that the future is in designing great business cultures that are capable of delivering on their organization’s strategies and are also a great place to work.
The Tribal Leadership Movement
When we published our research in Tribal Leadership three years ago, we laid out an approach to diagnose and upgrade cultures within organizations. Since then, these methods have taken hold and been adopted by many organizations.
Our intention here is to support a movement, in part by finding ways for people to connect around common interests and environments to implement Tribal Leadership.
People you know in the movement:
One Million Acts of Innovation – Connecting people and sharing inspiring ideas to transform Canada
Fire Brand Tribe – Changing the world through design
Tribal Leadership Wiki – a community based wiki about Tribal Leadership
Tribes Change The World – a community created by Tribal Leader graduates that brings leaders together from around the world to form triads, pitch project ideas, and to support each other to create a culture of greatness.
— Joel Peterson, Chairman of JetBlue, Founder of Peterson Partners