An increase in turnover is alarming for businesses because it causes struggle in backfilling jobs. How can you meet your customers’ needs if you need more people to work?
Going from seven employees to 25 is an exciting part of any organization’s journey. However, it’s also one you need to tread carefully to avoid disturbing your company’s existing culture and environment.
Scaling culture is vital within the company to keep your team in line, but it is significantly hard when your company is growing. In this video, Gene Fay, the CEO of ThreatX will provide insights to help you end suffering in the workplace by taking steps to enhance your culture regardless of where your employees are located in the world.
Are you developing a great culture within your organization or just managing it to generate revenue?
Traditionally, the hiring process has been about finding the best and the brightest employees and conducting a rigorous onboarding and training process to ensure they meet the company standards. But what if there is a better way?
“Our culture, in essence, has created a lot of value in the company today. What sets us apart is the way we work together and the way we support each other and are accountable to each other.” – Dave Roberson
It’s essential that your employees are naturally wired to do the work. In addition, having the values match between employee and the employer is vital to ensuring that employees are able to contribute their gifts and talents to a company that needs them at the right time. It’s easy to get to your destination when you row in the same direction.
Developing certain practices around company culture can be difficult depending on the workplace environment.
We’re all inspired by the stories of how small start-up companies with no funding, no name recognition, and a handful of employees grow into the world’s most successful brands. But what makes them so innovative? Is it their resources? Their technology? Their business model?
Being the CEO of a startup is a unique experience with its own set of challenges and rewards. Char Hu, the CEO at The Helper Bees, shares his views on growing your business and motivating employees.
Your company lives and dies by your culture. Your core values need to show up in everything that you do. Vic Drabicky, Founder and CEO of January Digital, shares how they put culture front and center.
Leaders need to look for ways to serve their people and build a trusting workplace to elevate performance. Greg Greenwood talks about the value a “who are we” statement can bring to your business.