Dress codes are never popular, but DaySpring had an extremely unpopular and strict dress code. When it was time for a change, we had to convince leadership that employees wouldn't go too far with a relaxed dress code. Also, my boss wanted to manage the internal communication to change the conversation from negative to positive. I volunteered to rewrite our new dress code in a way that would satisfy all the demands of this culture change. Two years later, we haven't had one dress code violation.