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1. Know your values

Everyone wants to believe that they contribute to a common goal and are part of something meaningful.
Therefore, your company’s corporate culture must be deeply rooted in its core purpose and values.
Neither customers nor employees are inclined to join a company solely because of the product and services. A company’s culture should offer an experience people want to be a part of. When people say, I want to be part of this organization, you’ve created a positive corporate culture.

2. Don’t be fake

The foundation for culture change will only be solid if you believe in your purpose and values. Authenticity is crucial.
By adhering to the values you define, you will earn the trust of your employees and help them buy into your strategy.
Your leadership team must communicate these values throughout the organization and act on them.

3. Be open to mistakes

Innovating and experimenting are made more accessible by mistakes, which are actual vehicles for learning.
Depending on how your leadership team handles mistakes, your culture will be reinforced or undermined.
Acknowledging that mistakes will happen is a great place to start. Despite their best efforts, executives will make mistakes from time to time. Outstanding leadership is expected of employees, but not perfect leadership.
Analyze your core values and purpose when making a mistake. You can learn the proper lessons by reviewing the context in which a particular error occurred.
To cultivate a culture of innovation, creativity, and risk-taking, you must promote a culture that is tolerant of risk.

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