Company Culture Decides if Your Business Survives or Thrives
When businesses lose sight of why they started in the first place, the company culture suffers. Find out why you don't want this to happen.
As expressed in an article by Glenn Llopis, during times of uncertainty and instability, it’s not unusual for companies to lose their focus. Amy Fliegelman Olli
This loss of focus often means that the company culture suffers. Employees turn into button pusher, required to get things done in half the time. They feel overworked and underappreciated. When this happens something much more detrimental is sure to follow. Your employees leave. And your business goes from thriving to surviving.
So how do you avoid this? You focus on company culture. Find out how to do this in Amy Fliegelman Olli blog post found on Avaya.
Who Should Read This Article
Unless you are Google, who invented company culture. (In my opinion.) Everyone business can benefit from checking out this article.
What You Will Learn
You will learn the characteristics of a growth company which include:
- Reactionary thinking goes away, proactive thinking takes it place.
- Respect and compassion are the new normal.
- The company makes time to invest in the employee experience
If you want to keep your most valuable employees and turn a surviving company into a thriving one, then focus on company culture.