CultureWorx helped this company build upon its legacy with an intentional culture.
A retail design, production, and installation company for Fortune 500 brands, is a family-owned and operated company founded in the 1930’s. Upon a recent reacquisition, rebranding, and reorganization effort, the company’s leadership team aimed to strengthen its company culture from the top down. They wanted a system to implement and scale their desired culture and provide everyone with a construct for connecting to its purpose and future-state goals.
What they wanted to achieve:
After being sold, the company’s founding family felt an innate sense of loyalty that led to the reacquisition of the business. This renewed commitment empowered leadership to take a hard look at the company’s culture and address long-standing toxicities that existed in the workplace and between team members.
Coming from a place of purpose and intentionality, the company recognized that to continue building on its legacy of creativity, collaboration, and innovation, it would need to be proactive with issues that were holding the business back.
This was the impetus for their engagement with CultureWorx.
“Our business intentionally established a partnership with CultureWorx, Dr. Donte Vaughn, and Rachel Abraham. We are driven to engage in relationships with customers or vendors with the belief that ‘you put in what you get out’.”
In partnering with CultureWorx, the company received an “educated, experienced, organized, and thoughtful approach—focused on real-life!”
CultureWorx deployed our most comprehensive Culture Performance Management™ (CPM™) solution, known as The Culture Transformation Package™, to strengthen the company’s culture and provide a system for implementing and scaling their desired culture throughout the organization.
We traveled to five locations throughout Minnesota, taking time to view the company culture through the lens of employees, leaders, and customers—everything from the company’s brand aesthetics and service quality to its leadership team’s behaviors.
We worked with more than 50 mid-to-senior-level leaders to optimize how they worked individually and together to make decisions for the business.