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OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Core Value Alignment— The Key to Passionate Engagement and High-Performing Project Teams June 10, 2014
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Today’s Agenda: What does passion have to do with business? Why is team member engagement important and how does passion fit in? Why is aligning the core values of the project and team important? What is the relationship between passion, added value and $ impact? 2
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Passion and Business Passions = the things that hold the greatest meaning, what matters most, core values All great achievements in history were made possible by people following their passions Harris Interactive, only 20% of working Americans passionate about what they do Deloitte, Center for the Edge, organizations will benefit from the sustained performance improvement that passionate workers create. 3
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Engagement and Passion Levels of Engagement The Three Types of Employees 1 ENGAGED employees work with passion and feel a profound connection to their company. They drive innovation and move the organization forward. 2 NOT-ENGAGED employees are essentially “checked out.” They’re sleepwalking through their workday, putting time – but not energy or passion – into their work. 3 ACTIVELY DISENGAGED employees aren’t just unhappy at work: they’re busy acting out their unhappiness. Every day, these workers undermine what their engaged coworkers accomplish. Source: Gallup
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Engagement and Passion Who is an engaged team member? Someone who cares about the project and the organization. Emotionally committed to the organization and its values Intrinsically motivated More creative More productive, ready to use discretionary effort An advocate for the project and company Happier at work 5
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Engagement and Passion Other Benefits of Engagement Go the extra mile to help customers Solve problems instead of passing them on Suggest improvements Open to new ideas and innovations from management Respond positively to ideas and suggestions from their coworkers Create a friendly, more inviting work environment 6
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Company “ENA” Average versus World Class
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Engagement and Passion Other Benefits
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Importance of Aligning Core Values What are core values? If you think of vision and mission as an organization’s head and heart, the values it holds are its soul. From Making Common Sense Common Practice by Buzzotta, Lefton, Cheney and Beatty Core values are what the organization is passionate about.
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Importance of Aligning Core Values “… if you want to build a company for the long- term you should have values and a strong culture… The research has shown that the power comes from the alignment, by having values and a point of view and beliefs and passion for whatever it is that you stand for.” Tony Hsieh, CEO Zappos 10
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Importance of Aligning Core Values Trust, employee satisfaction and commitment grow when the organization “walks its talk” When core values are shared everyone is naturally motivated toward common goals Organizational culture arises from the values expressed through everyday actions & decisions A strong, positive culture is a competitive advantage 11
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Importance of Aligning Core Values Examples of Core Values Zappos: Deliver Wow Through Service; Create Fun and A Little Weirdness; Embrace and Drive Change Listen Up Español: Challenging the impossible; Doing business as an extreme sport; United as one Google: Focus on the user and all else will follow; You don’t need to be at your desk to need an answer; You can be serious without a suit Whole Foods Market: We satisfy, delight and nourish our customers; We support team member excellence and happiness; We create ongoing win-win partnerships with our suppliers 12
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 NIH Mission NIH’s mission is to seek fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce illness and disability. NIH Unique Contribution Turning Discovery Into Health
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Passion, Added Value and $ Impact
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Passion, Added Value and $ Impact Main Purpose of Organizations TO ADD VALUE All great advances and inventions arose from someone’s passion Organizations exist to make a useful contribution (i.e. add value) to society For a private company, profits indicate that it’s adding value to its raw materials In the public sector, cost effectiveness, output and outcomes indicate the addition of service value
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Passion, Added Value and $ Impact Cost of Active Disengagement Actively disengaged employees cost U.S. businesses between $450 billion and $550 billion every year due to low productivity. That’s $25,000 per year per Actively Disengaged employee!
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Passion, Added Value and $ Impact Impact on Business Performance Impact of employee engagement on financial performance. A 12-month study across 50 global companies.
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Passion, Added Value and Impact Examples of Unique Contributions Zappos: Delivering Happiness Listen Up Español: Delivering Awesomeness Starbucks: Inspiring and nurturing the human spirit Toms: Changing Lives, One for One® NIH: Turning Discovery Into Health
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 Today At Work…
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 In Summary: Engaged employees & successful executives & managers are passionate about what they do Engaged employees care about the company and use discretionary effort on its behalf Shared values motivate all involved toward common goals and make up company culture Employee engagement has an immediate impact on financial performance 20
OneAll Solutions, LLC © 2014 OneAll Soluctions, LLC Employee Engagement / Project Management / Career Advancement Linkedin.com/in/carlamperez For a free strategy session contact: Carla M. Perez OneAll Solutions, LLC is an 8m/EDWOSB, Hispanic-Owned business.
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