“Culture is simply a shared way of doing something with a passion.”
~ Brian Chesky, CEO, Airbnb
When we think of a typical business culture within an organization, we usually think of the 9-5 schedule with daily phone calls, Emails correspondence and occasional meetings but, what happens when our business culture needs improvements? With technology and our fast paced lifestyle, it’s no wonder business leaders look at culture as both the cause and the cure.
We can see a positive culture as the preface or introduction to your business or organization, it gives other businesses and customers the feel or character that makes your business prominent in that industry. A clear and enriching business culture should have trusted employees who take pride in their work while giving praise and encouragement to fellow co-workers.
The most critical factor in understanding your unique business culture is to recognize that cultures evolve and grow as you do significant work as a leader. A business culture isn’t something you can track and fix on the spot, cultural change happens after you’ve introduced new ideas or processes into your work place like, redesigning an outdated business program or recruiting employees that care deeply about solving daily goals.
Your workplace and its business culture are more important to future accomplishments than ever before. Learn how to create a positive and inspiring business culture to conquer the corporate world.
Kelly D. Scott
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