The challenge for many organizations is: hard drives out soft. Strategy is easier to measure while culture is soft and harder to quantify…and yet, strategy comes alive through individuals and teams.
The question is whether to continue with the inherited culture, or intentionally create one that shapes and forms relationships for going-forward success.
Intentional Milestones is a practice area led by Rebecca Hale Brockelman focusing on leaders and their teams who see the value in being a culture-driven organization and are ready to do their part to align their culture with the future-state needs of their organization.
Rebecca brings her work as an executive coach together with her work in the food service space (and other industries) to support individuals and teams who are leaders and changemakers in their organization.
The Culture and Transition Mapping Process supports teams who are navigating a transition into “what’s next” brought upon by internal and external changes. This process will “normalize” the conflict and confusion that arises in transitions and help teams navigate this time intentionally to reap the benefits of the transformation and to adapt and/or strengthen the culture as well.
Organizational change is inseparable from individual change. The success of organizations rests on leaders’ willingness to reflect on their mindset and identify their growth areas. It is the work of a leader to be a life-long learner and continuously broaden their awareness on behalf of themselves and the people they lead. This one-on-one coaching offering is impactful because it honors the uniqueness of the individual leader through a personalized and tailored program – it is not a one-size fits all approach.
This offering is based on the understanding that culture is a set of living relationships working toward a shared goal . You change a culture through the strengthening of relationships and team dynamics. Team coaching provides a neutral third party (coach) to facilitate greater understanding and shifts within the group dynamics. The goal of this work is to reduce “sideways energy” keeping teams from moving forward in an attuned, connected way. With less friction, teams can create positive, sustainable momentum towards their shared goals.
If you are interested in having a conversation to learn more about how Intentional Milestones can support your organization, please reach out directly to Bill Hale at [email protected]