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How to Build a High Performing Culture


Cost Free
CPE Credits 1.0 hour
Course Level Basic
Instructional Method Group Internet Based
Prerequisites None
Advanced Preparation None
Series: Leadership
Course Description

While most organizations allow their cultures to evolve naturally, top-performing ones don't leave this to chance. They understand the profound impact their culture has on the performance of their employees and thus the performance of their organization. They're amazingly intentional and systematic about how they define, drive, and leverage the culture they want to have. We show you how to do just that.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about a practical, actionable, no nonsense program designed to give participants the tools to leverage their corporate culture as a distinct competitive advantage.

  • Identify the difference between a "good culture" and a "high performing culture" and why behaviors are more important than values.

  • Recognize how to "institutionalize" your culture.


Prior to joining HPC, Bill worked for 20+ years in the employee benefits industry. 13 years at RSI (with HPC Founder & CEO, David Friedman) followed by 7 years with Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. (AJG). Bill started in direct selling and later moved into leadership positions as Area President of Gallagher’s Mt. Laurel, NJ office and then MidAtlantic Region VP of Sales & Marketing.

Having lived and breathed the Fundamentals at RSI and championing the Gallagher Way at AJG, Bill can speak experientially to the impact a high performing culture delivers. Understanding the importance and the challenge of creating lasting differentiation, Bill is excited and passionate to help business owners build their high performing cultures.

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About Our Presenter

High Performing Culture has developed the most practical, systematic, and sustainable
approach to building a high performing culture, and leveraging it as a competitive advantage.

Best of all, it’s as simple as it is effective.

In today’s commoditized world, your culture is the last remaining opportunity you have to create a sustainable competitive advantage. And while most leaders agree that culture is one of their most important priorities, few have any idea what to do about it.

Until now.

The foundation of HPC’s approach, known as the Fundamentals System™, is an 8-step framework that gives you the roadmap to truly “institutionalize” your culture. At the center of it all is a simple, but powerful idea: We help you to define your culture in terms of a set of specific, actionable, behaviors (we call them “Fundamentals”) that drive your success, and then we implement a set of weekly rituals to help you systematically teach and practice them over and over and over again. After all, nothing gets internalized without lots and lots of repetition.

Sound like a simple, common sense approach? It is. And that’s why it works with remarkable consistency in companies of every size, in every imaginable industry.