|"Why Not Us?”
This question posed by world champion Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson on Sunday evening nicely sums up what Work Unit Climate
means to me.
In January, we started our themed blogging series with Work Unit Climate,
one of 12 interacting dimensions of the Burke Litwin Model of Organizational Performance and Change
. Work Unit Climate relates to how employees think, feel and what they expect
. It shapes employee motivation and performance in important ways. What ‘why not us?’
question could you pose to your team to impact their performance: …to be best in your industry? …to delight your customer beyond expectations? …to collaborate in ways you haven’t before?
Your retweets and shares of each blog across various social platforms tell us that our first theme was well-received. Thank you for getting the word out on leading change successfully.
This month, we will focus on the Individual & Organizational Performance
dimension to support you in the performance appraisal period. How do you demonstrate that your individual efforts this past year align with corporate results? As leaders, how should you gauge or even coach your team members' achievements against corporate benchmarks? Read our weekly blogs
in February to learn more. We start with this month's first blog post below.
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