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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.”
The people closest to the problem (and your customer) are also closest to the best solution.
Encouraging new ideas throughout your organization will strengthen your workplace culture, build trust, and help employees reach their full potential.
When it comes to culture change, go slow early to go fast later.
While it may seem to delay things at the start, it’s smart to have a common understanding before you begin any culture change. You’ll save time in the long run and achieve better results in the end.
An employee retention plan is really an employee engagement plan
Employees want to believe they’re part of something bigger. They want to believe in your organization, where it is headed, and how it will get there.
An intentional workplace culture is your best insurance plan.
Leaving culture to chance comes with substantial negative risks, including employee turnover and decreased productivity. So, get intentional about your culture. You’ll reap the benefits of improved performance and bottom-line results.
Survey anonymity is freeing for employees and best for candid insights.
If you want to measure your culture, an employee engagement survey is best way to get valuable insights. But there’s an ongoing debate: Should your survey be anonymous?