What is a High Performance Culture?

When e2L partners with a district, we strive to create a High Performance Culture. But what exactly is a High Performance Culture (HPC)?

Is all this talk about culture just fluff, or is there a measurable return on HPCs?

Too often we hear districts implementing initiative after initiative, spending precious budget dollars on things that don’t achieve their desired results.

This leaves administrators, teachers, and students feeling frustrated.

Nine times out of ten, what districts actually need is a culture shift, not another initiative. Rather than one more thing, they simply need the one thing that will make everything else fall into place, and that’s an HPC.

Here’s why HPCs are so powerful.

What is an HPC?

Simply put, you have an HPC when there’s 100% engagement in your school or district from learners, educators, and leaders. Everyone is actively participating in the school or district culture from leadership all the way to the central focus: students.  

You have an HPC when there’s 100% engagement in your school or district from learners, educators, and leaders. Click To Tweet

How do you create an HPC?

There are several inputs you need to get an HPC designed for your context:

When combined, these HPC inputs can get you real, actionable results.

Here’s proof:

You can go with more initiatives, or you can go with what works. Check out our results page to learn more about our HPC partners and their results.


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