Sara puts it – company culture’s foundation is supported behaviours. And this came from her years of experience from a human capital perspective. Sara highlights, though, that while it means supported behaviours among a group of people, it is important that you are clearer with the desired outcomes you want to achieve out of tolerance and in your business context. This is how you can create the best company culture while realistically achieving action, accountability and productivity.
We also agreed on one aspect: An unhealthy company culture led by a poor leader is a disaster!
Suppose you feel like you are looking to sprint the corporate ladder, or wanting to create an impact that fires across all cylinders, or delegated to change a company culture that fails the business. In that case, this is an episode you should be tuning in and taking advantage of it!
Listen to this week’s show and learn:
- What does the best company culture look like;
- How you can measure your company culture health;
- How to never lose employees without doing a lot;
- How you can avoid leadership disaster by having a great company culture.
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- #170: Does your workplace culture cause your business to fail?
- #152: How Do I Increase Employee Retention? Learn How Your Work Culture Affects!
- #68: Jocelyn Kopac on Company Culture
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