Cultural Brand Loyalty Blueprints Implementation Plan

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
When you change hat you see, what you see changes.

Reputation

Let’s review the suggested cultural blueprints implementation plan.

The Building owner is the CEO.

Deliverables from Leader Champions are exterior style, interior style, landscaping.

Your Promise: Unifying Goal.

Delivering Your Promise: Process mapping.

Emotional Connection: Exceeding expectations using an organization-specific framework. Example: Seven service guidelines.

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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How to execute next steps to convert theory into reality

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Typhoon Tilley shipwrecked on Mt. Mayday.

How to execute next steps to convert theory into reality

Big picture involvement:

Five foundational ownership tracts; 19 total blueprints.

One owner of everything, the CEO.

Up to ten Champions selected from CEO Cabinet; two Champions for each of the five ownership tracts (Leaders, Employees, Customers, Reputation, Improve). Some Cabinet members may be responsible for two ownership tracts.

Ten assistant champions selected from your best, most passionate leaders in Human Resources, Labor Relations, Employee Relations, Compliance, Employment, Marketing, Public Relations, Communications. Assistant Champions should only focus on one ownership tract.

From 15-30 advocate teams selected from every employee, at every level, in every department. This is three to five team advocates per ownership tract.

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Owner

  • CEO

Champions

  • C-Level Executive (always have two, to solve for unexpected absences)
  • Provides vision, inspiration, commitment

Assistant Champions

  • Cross-functional pair from Human Resources, Labor Relations, Employee Relations, Compliance, Employment, Marketing, Public Relations, Communications.
  • Always have two, to solve for unexpected absences
  • Provides involvement, accountability, commitment
  • For unexpected absences, always be grooming the replacement from the Advocate Team.

Advocate Teams

  • Created from any employee, at any level, in every department
  • 3-6 total per team recommended
  • Cross-functional
  • Provides energy, enthusiasm, effort, commitment

Final blueprint

  • Create action steps
  • Review, organize notes
  • Create plan
  • Discuss
  • Summarize
  • Create final blueprint
  • Present to CEO and Cabinet

Develop and deliver campaign

  • Goals/deliverables
  • Assign roles
  • Timeline
  • Accountability

Misc

  • Manage project scope creep
  • Prepare contingency plans for project disruptions
  • Always be grooming replacement/succession

Continuous Improvement

  • Manage health of all teams
  • Grow team bench
  • Measure
  • Celebrate
  • Share
  • Historian documents growth, change, transformation

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Cultural Transformation Next Steps after Executive engagement (2-days with 19 cultural blueprints)

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Only one place on Disney property with this sign configuration.

Cultural Transformation Next Steps after Executive engagement (2-days with 19 cultural blueprints)

Traditional blueprint assignments:

Leaders: CEO, Human Resources, Labor Relations, Employee Relations; one of these four owns total responsibility.

Employees: HR & Marketing (Employment, Training & Development, Communications, Recognition)

Customers: CCO (Chief Customer Officer), HR (Orientation, OJT, Ongoing Training)

Reputation: HR (Training) Marketing & PR (Communications)

Improve: CEO, HR, Marketing

Notes:
We started with senior leadership because you are the most connected and experienced with the organization’s strategy. You know things no other levels know.

Recommend creating a corporate Historian (including video/photo library) to work with and assist all other areas to make key links and connections to the founder’s story, heritage & traditions, traits and behaviors, language and symbols, and shared values.

The most natural things to feel about uncharted territory: doubt, fear, anxiety, confusion, excitement, joy, relief, hope, motivation.

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REPUTATION (Exterior style, interior style & landscaping)

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Envisioning seven Disney Business books, similar to this. When lined up, the spines will have an intentional image.

REPUTATION (Exterior style, interior style & landscaping)

13. (Your promise) This one is easy, it’s your unifying goal.
14. (Delivering your promise) process map every customer (and employee) touch point and create exhaustive lists for delivering your quintessential service goal at every touchpoint, all day, every day.
15. (Connecting Emotionally) Create organizationally unique employee framework to allow for initial and ongoing training and development.

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jeff noel’s Disney Brand Loyalty Basics Will Challenge You

disney author Jeff Noel writing at DIsney's Animal Kingdom
Sitting on the ground, writing like i mean it.

jeff noel’s Disney Brand Loyalty Basics Will Challenge You

Who pushes you and your organization to do your best work?

Does overwhelm and urgency drive most of your days?Are you satisfied with your cultural and personal b?

Are you satisfied with your cultural and personal brand loyalty framework?

Do most days feel like you’re playing whack-a-mole on a corporate scale?

If you cleared your calendar from distraction for an entire day, what would you focus on and why?

If you could wave a Magic Wand, it would provide the corporate architecture for building better answers.

Jeff’s three world-class brand loyalty basics provide a brilliantly simple blueprint for better days, better outcomes, and better health – organizationally and personally.

Brand Loyalty Basics

What’s the foundational difference between a vision statement and a corporate promise?

What’s the remarkable difference between a marketing promise and an operational promise? (Answer: One is theory and hope, the other is real and operational.)

What makes an emotional connection stronger than any other type of positive customer (or employee) experience?

Why should your employee’s experience mirror your customer’s experience?

Jeff’s brand loyalty architecture provides the transformational template for organizational and personal vibrancy.

Every employee, at every level, in every company will walk away equipped with catalytic brand loyalty DNA to solve their unsolvables.

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