Many coaches have the wrong belief of what culture is. Some leaders think that culture is a sign on the locker room door. Others think it’s some ‘rah-rah’ speech before the big game. I’ve worked with some coaching staffs that believe it’s a notecard full of words that the players read occasionally. While all of these things may help culture, that’s not it.
Here’s the truth about culture...
Culture is HARD, it’s never-ending. Every team, organization, business, and program have a CULTURE. Unfortunately, many leaders don’t understand that their culture exists.
When I start working with a team or program, this is where I start with culture:
3 P’s of Culture
You build your culture by what you 1) Practice 2) Promote and 3) Permit.
What’s your daily activity to produce the results?
What behaviors are you rewarding and promoting?
What behaviors are you allowing and permitting?
CHALLENGE: Where can you improve and impact your team's culture in a positive way?
“OWN YOUR OUTCOME!”