Leading to growth.

The key outcome of training with Everyday is enable leaders to embody the values of the business to create a culture of growth.
What is a growth culture?
A growth culture is a radical new way of unleashing your company's potential by making space for high-growth experiences (Kegan et al, 2016).
1
Psychological Safety
An environment that feels safe, fueled first by top by leaders willing to role model vulnerability and take personal responsibility for their shortcomings and mistakes.
2
Continuous Learning
A focus on continuous learning through inquiry, curiosity and transparency, in place of judgment, certainty and self-protection.
3
Prototyping
Time-limited, manageable experiments with new behaviors in order to test our unconscious assumption that changing the status quo is dangerous and likely to have negative consequences.
4
Feedback
Continuous feedback — up, down and across the organization – grounded in a shared commitment to helping each other grow and get better.
In most organizations nearly everyone is doing a second job no one is paying them for, namely, covering their weaknesses, trying to look their best, and managing other people's impressions of them.
Harvard Business Review
Tony Schwartz
Growth increases performance.
In a growth culture people spend less energy defending their personal value so they have more energy to create value for the company.
Performance Culture
Growth Culture
CORE VALUE
Action
Action + Awareness
KEY BEHAVIOR
Challenge
Challenge + Nurture
LEARNING BASED ON
Success
Success + Failure
INNOVATION
Incremental
Incremental + Disruptive
KPIs
Performance
Performance + Learning
Let's talk OKRs.
Every business is different and we'd love to tailor our training to fit your strategic goals.