Have you ever felt like you’re carrying the whole company on your shoulders? Have you felt in your gut that there’s someone on your team that just doesn’t belong?
Jing Johnson is the owner of PRISM Renderings. She has a passion for helping commercial real estate professionals to acquire funding, entitlement, and leasing by providing high-quality architectural renderings and animations.
Jing found Sheryl just in time to make some major changes to her team during a pivotal time of growth for her business. By working with Sheryl, she created the company’s core values and built a friendly and collaborative culture. As a result, Prism has grown into a high-performing team with a stellar reputation.
The principles Jing attributes to her success are: selflessness, hunger for knowledge, and servitude. It became clear to her that she needed assistance as she felt the heavy burden of executive leadership, and desired to create a stronger sense of team. Jing was in the routine of leading weekly team meetings that garnered little participation from team members, and wanted to hear more than her own voice. She sensed there was a “bad seed” on the team but couldn’t put her finger on why she felt that way. Jing was looking for a way to rally and engage her team. Sheryl came in with a plan to turn things around for Jing and her team at PRISM.
The two steps below paved the way to a company culture that truly reshaped PRISM.
Sheryl stepped in at a time that PRISM craved cohesion and accountability. Sheryl listened, assessed, created and implemented a custom solution enabling PRISM to excel together as a cohesive team. The new values and meeting structure paved the way for success. By deliberately constructing a company culture of purpose, clarity, accountability and performance, PRISM exemplifies unity and structure, and has been a major success.