How a Thriving Company Culture Can Help You Attract Talented Workers Out of the Gig Economy

How a Thriving Company Culture Can Help You Attract Talented Workers Out of the Gig Economy

For many lower-wage earners, the gig economy can be a viable alternative to traditional full-time employment. Employers must creative a thriving workplace culture to attract these workers. The gig economy refers to a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work, as opposed to permanent jobs. Also known as the sharing […]

Business Leaders: The Best Defense Against Rage Quitting or Any Other Impulsive, Retaliatory Employee Behavior is a Great Offense—Building a Healthy Workplace Culture

To help prevent rage quitting, businesses should focus on creating a positive and supportive workplace culture to foster a sense of camaraderie and teamwork.

To help bolster the organization against rage quitting, businesses should focus on creating a positive and supportive workplace culture to foster a sense of camaraderie and teamwork. Rage quitting is a phenomenon that occurs when employees abruptly leave their jobs due to overwhelming frustration or dissatisfaction. It’s disruptive and unhealthy, and its impact can send […]

Forbes Business Council: 16 Strategies to Set Your Small Business Apart from Larger Competitors

Small businesses and startups are challenged every day to prove their worth to prospective customers. In a marketplace largely dominated by global brands and big businesses, smaller companies need to get creative in how they differentiate their products, services, and value from larger corporations—so, where to start? This Forbes Business Council article, 16 Strategies to […]

Forbes Business Council: Here’s How to Analyze and Improve Your Customer Experience

The customer experience is more important than ever. Convenient technology, personalized apps, online reviews, and other modes of social proof have created a culture of instant gratification and high consumer expectations; companies that fail to deliver risk getting left behind. A recent Forbes Business Council article, Here’s How to Analyze and Improve Your Customer Experience, […]

The Connection Between Company Culture and Leadership

The Connection Between Company Culture and Leadership

Leaders, prepare to hear a few hard truths… Cultivating company culture requires attention and intention—two things that don’t happen organically or overnight. In the modern work environment, it’s not enough to have a set of company core values, no matter how strong they are. And it’s not enough to appoint smart people to leadership positions; […]

How to Define Culture in the Workplace

How to Define Culture in the Workplace

Managing company culture is no longer an option. It’s a must. The modern workplace and workforce are changing faster than ever, with generational trends, shifting values, digitization, hybrid work models, and a volatile labor market all impacting what we once knew. 70% of millennials, for example, prioritize the ‘people and culture fit’ of a company […]

Forbes Business Council: Assuage Customer Privacy Concerns With These 15 Business Strategies

Data security has been an increasing concern for businesses everywhere. This recent Forbes Business Council article, Assuage Customer Privacy Concerns With These 15 Business Strategies, brings awareness to the rise of data breaches, cybersecurity risks, and new legislation like GDPR and CCPA. It offers businesses strategies for how companies can protect their data and sensitive customer information.

Forbes Business Council: 15 Ways Managers Actively Sabotage Workplace Culture

Managers can make or break company culture. Their impact hinges on the quality of their leadership abilities. Are their behaviors making employees feel happy and motivated, or the opposite? The article, 15 Ways Managers Actively Sabotage Workplace Culture, by Forbes Business Council, lists ineffective management qualities and actions that can sabotage workplace culture if not corrected quickly.

Understanding the Result of Your Company Culture: Proactive vs. Reactive

Business leaders across all industry verticals are gradually realizing the importance – better yet – the necessity of examining their company culture and its impact on their business. The most innovative leaders are recognizing the pursuit of achieving operational excellence requires a strategic look at all components of one’s business beyond the systems and processes that support it. Your company culture, as defined by the values system that exist within an organization, the consciousness that internal stakeholders have around these value systems, and your leadership team’s ability to exhibit and practice the behaviors that espouse those values, makes the difference between realizing positive or negative outcomes for your business. When the dust settles on your business for the current year, and you examine your company culture vision for the new year, how will you measure the results of your company culture? What was your cultural performance score? It is time to examine if you are exploring the results (impact) of your company culture through a Proactive or Reactive lens.