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Even if the rest of your organization has somewhat of a dysfunctional culture, your own department’s subculture can thrive.
Think about the various departments in your organization.
Would you say that all of them have the same culture? Or does each department, shift, or location have its own unique subculture? Most people report that different shifts, different supervisors, and different departments or locations have a different cultural feel to them. Even though organizations will do a survey of their entire organization, employees experience a culture that’s created by their supervisor and manager, and that’s you.
Therefore, you as a leader can be creating a subculture of high performance, or one that’s too easygoing, or too defensive and aggressive.
Here are four ways that you as the leader can create the positive subculture in your team or department:
What’s another thing you do to create a positive subculture in your department?
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