Cultural Employee Engagement Blueprints Implementation Plan

Disney author Jeff Noel writing at wilderness Lodge
An early writing start before the World awakes.


Let’s review the suggested cultural blueprints implementation plan.

The Building owner is the CEO.

Deliverables from Leader Champions are shell, walls, roof.

Critical note: History, customs, icons, and values are deeply integrated into the primary Human Resources processes: Hire, Train (orientation, On-The-Job, On-Going), Inspire Daily Communications to every employee), Value (Support and Recognition).

History: Founder’s Story. History, milestones, highs and lows, acquisitions.

Customs: Behaviors, traditions. The cultural behaviors that you are proud of and maybe even famous for. The traditions that continue to this day; how they came to be and why, and what they mean to today’s workforce.

Icons: Images, words, phrases, acronyms, quotes. Harvest and harness the power of language and symbols, from the founder(s) to today.

Values: Internal. Core, foundational values for how employees treat each other. This is invisible to the customers.

All collaborative efforts by executive leaders and the cross-functional teams should revolve around simple, focused, energetic, creative, visionary, and scalable outcomes – blueprints for an organizationally vibrant culture.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.