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Culture change simply requires honest intentions, conscious thought, and focused effort. What sort of effort? Effort focused on modeling a new culture for everyone in the organization. Yes, it is just that simple.
Once you have identified the new experiences and beliefs that define the culture and the results you want, simply start modeling the change.
Here’s how it works; whenever you receive feedback that your behavior is creating an experience for others that is inconsistent with the new culture, apply the below Methodology for Changing Beliefs.
These five steps will immediately get people looking for a sincere desire to model the new culture. Both individuals and teams can use this methodology to stimulate robust dialogue around the new culture and desired results.
When leaders honestly execute each of these steps, they launch the same thought process in those who are watching. Soon others get the message that “I ought to be acting and thinking like that too.” The result? Everyone in the organization begins looking for demonstration of the new belief (i.e., new way of thinking and acting), thinking about the new belief behavior, and seeking that behavior both in their fellow workers and, most importantly, in themselves.