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Great Companies Make Culture a Priority

Updated: Apr 7, 2020

We love when our clients apply what they’ve learned from our training. Over the past few years, Exhibit Systems, a full-service, one-stop resource for tailored marketing environments, has experienced a lot of growth. While business growth is wonderful, it can also be a threat to your company’s culture. 

John Schlosser, Sales Manager & Dream Manager at Exhibit Systems, and the rest of his team believe in making culture a priority. In fact, earlier this year, after attending our workshop, Don’t Just Manage, Coach!, they decided to create a culture plan. 

Improving a company’s culture takes time. We need to believe that it is possible to establish a great culture, create a plan to get there, and stay focused throughout the year to achieve it. The Exhibit Systems team has embraced the six immutable principles found in Matthew Kelly’s book, The Culture Solution. They believe it is possible to create a dynamic culture while growing the company. 

Of course, this isn’t the first time they’ve invested in their culture. Nearly two years ago John became a certified Dream Manager. He currently coaches team members to help them become the-best-version-of-themselves. In fact, talking about dreams has become a common conversation among his team. When people are actively working towards their dreams, they become more engaged in their lives. This means they also show up to work more energetic and interested in their job.   

During this brief conversation with our CEO, John shared:

  • The importance of hiring with rigorous discipline, even if it takes months to fill a role

  • Why they decided to create a culture plan 

  • The impact of The Dream Manager program 

  • How to attract and retain great talent 

Fortunately, the Exhibit Systems team believes in The Culture Solution. They believe they can contribute to creating a dynamic culture and they are committed to building a team of culture advocates.  

Check out the interview here: 

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