Organizational Performance: The C.A.R.E. Model


Related Fun Fact of the Week:

After the turn of the 20th century, concrete began to be used as cast-in-place, poured concrete foundations. The earliest versions were pictured in Gustav Stickley’s “More Craftsman Homes” catalog starting in 1912. These early versions were constructed by digging the foundation trench, pouring a concrete footing and embedding steel reinforcement rods (rebar) into the footing.

A strong foundation is the key to a well-built home. Such is the case in personal and organizational engagement as well!

Every organization and individual needs a foundation to enable both personal and organizational engagement. A foundation that leads to accelerated business results. C.A.R.E provides and ensures organizational clarity and alignment, while properly allocating the right resources in the right place at the right time. It then enables actions and behaviors to deliver, and more importantly, sustain top-tier performance while enhancing engagement and commitment. Watch this short video to learn more about the C.A.R.E model for accelerated performance.


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At Cornerstone Learning our focus is working with individuals and organizations to enhance organizational and individual engagement by inspiring, enabling, and developing employee-engaged, leader supported, and organization enabled performance environments. We are able to successfully deliver this through multiple products and services such as performance advising, organizational surveys, online training, and performance assessments. Our purpose is simple, to enable your success.