Leaders, Think of Leadership as Placemaking
Organizational culture is a set of common systems, beliefs, values, and assumptions that shape behaviors and performance.
Leaders have an incredible opportunity to influence organizational culture and dynamics. This strong influence in forming, reinforcing, and changing organizational culture is undeniable.
Even so, there are disadvantages to how we have understood organizational culture to date.
Understanding leadership as an act of placemaking can help us reimagine how we see our roles within–and influence on–culture within our organizations.
So, what is the benefit in moving our orientation from organizational culture to placemaking? Read on at Claremont Lincoln University's Engage.