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Weekly tips on workplace culture anywhere from key drivers to quick fixes and big-picture ideas, Culture Wins is our weekly take on a “tip of the day.”
Get employee input to improve efficiency. They’ll be more motivated to give their best.
Doing things efficiently and well is critical to the success of your organization. Read on to learn three ways you can improve Execution and motivate your workforce at the same time.
Driving an intentional culture year-round requires more than an employee survey.
Driving an intentional culture requires more than an annual employee survey. In addition to getting leadership buy-in, we suggest these four steps.
Leaders who are intentional about culture benefit from a clear direction, strong execution, and more cooperation.
Leaders at award-winning Top Workplaces know that being intentional about culture is a competitive advantage. They make culture an everyday priority and they reap the many benefits.
When employees believe leaders are out of the loop, it’s harder for them to connect with your mission.
It’s not enough to ask employees for feedback. They also need to know senior leaders understand what the day to day looks like. Otherwise, employees feel like they’re shouting into a void.
Employee engagement is the outcome of a healthy culture.
External rewards like pay and perks might earn you some short-term benefits. But sustainable engagement really comes from intrinsic motivators.