The buzz: Workplace culture.
Stockholders may not be concerned with your company’s culture, but your employees certainly are. Culture is such a powerful tool for companies that it can attract talent or scare it away.
With historically low rates of employee engagement, and a pervasive lack of trust in leaders, organizations everywhere are trying to solve this growing.
One way is by becoming more inclusive. But how do you build-up trust and engagement, as well as diversity, to solve the culture problem in your company?
The experts speak.
Beth Thiebault, Deloitte: “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” (Peter Drucker)
Bill Jensen, “Mr. Simplicity”: “We have met the enemy and he is us.” (Pogo)
Deb Stambaugh SAP: “Great workplaces are built through the day-to-day relationships that employees experience — not a checklist of programs and benefits.” (greatplacetowork.com)
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