What CEOs Can Contribute to Their Company Culture

It is rather common for a CEO to feel a bit disconnected from the everyday efforts of their enterprise. While they focus on big-picture issues, the rest of the organization often functions without their input, and over time, CEOs might not know the names of more than a handful of subordinates who are likely directly connected to their high-level work.

CEO leadership impacts company culture

Still, it is important for CEOs to think critically about how their company functions. Specifically, they need to be involved in the curation of the company culture, which affects not only how their workers feel but also how the reputation of their brand develops.…

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Tips for Cultivating a Cohesive Company Culture

The times are strange for business. There are many vacancies and companies who need hard workers. The culture in companies is changing. Between teleconferences and remote work, cultivating a cohesive and productive company culture is more difficult.

Company culture

Still, it is imperative to create an environment that is both effective and pleasant. This is true even for a digital environment.

Below are some tips to help owners and management alike create a cohesive company culture that will lead to success and happiness in the staff.

Hold Weekly Meetings

Whether you are in the office or are working remotely, holding weekly meetings is important to create a cohesive company culture.…

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What an Inclusive Company Culture Looks Like

Inclusivity matters. Research shows that diverse teams are better equipped to anticipate the shifting needs of consumers and solve problems that might interfere with business success. Yet, research also shows that many businesses aren’t working terribly hard to make their workplaces more diverse and inclusive.

Diverse and inclusive workplace

The same study that found such amazing impacts from diversity in business leadership has noted that few businesses have added new executives with ethnic minority backgrounds, and even fewer have added female executives to their teams.

To some, diversity and inclusion in business are threatening concepts — but in reality, these concepts promise to make a workplace safer, more productive and more enjoyable for everyone.…

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10 Easy Ways to Improve Your Company Culture

Implementing a positive company culture has a great many benefits to a business, but how can you do this? Find out here…

Close-knit company culture

As a business owner, I have no doubt that your main priority will be to turn over a profit. The problem is, so many CEOs get so bogged down with this short-term goal, that they neglect the bigger picture.

The reality is that any company owner who purely focuses on monetary goals will only fail. There’s so much more to being a leader, not least implementing a strong and positive company culture. Not only does this help to attract and retain brilliant employees in the long run, it’ll create a loyal, hardworking, and productive workforce that gets results.…

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Examining Your Culture: Do You Live in a Glass House?

Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. This, of course, is an old proverb, but it applies to businesses who may be criticizing other companies’ cultures right now. Simply put, you shouldn’t condemn others who might have similar flaws to your own.

Company culture

After all, company cultures are tricky. They are living, breathing things — the byproduct of careful gardening and tedious attention to detail. Pointing out the shortcomings of another company is more than a bad look; it’s often hypocritical. Before you start pontificating about your superior company culture, you may want to look in a mirror.

A recent survey of 1,000 professionals by TopResume found that 68% of workers have thought about leaving their companies because of the poor treatment they’ve received during the coronavirus pandemic.…

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The Importance of Developing a Successful Company Culture

The words “company culture” have become somewhat of a buzz-phrase over the past few years. What does it really mean, and why is it so important to develop a successful company culture? “Company culture’ is basically the shared values and beliefs that the organization’s leaders/owners develop and message to employees using various methods.

Benefits of positive corporate culture

Your culture should represent what the company stands for. Not just on an esoteric level, but also how decisions and various motivating factors allow the company to progress.

A Thriving Corporate Culture Helps Your Business’s Future

Developing a thriving company culture can have many benefits for your business and its future.…

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The Importance of Having a Strong Risk Culture

Every business has its own risk culture, as companies across all industries are exposed to a wide variety of hazards on a daily basis. The difference is how they deal with such risks and how successful these measures are in getting through to employees and forming the risk culture of a business. Creating an enterprise-wide awareness of risk is essential according to RSM and one of the first steps towards a strong risk culture is understanding why it’s so important.

Protect Your Assets and Reputation

With a range of recent headlines highlighting instances of fraud, employee scandals, misconduct and more, a strong risk culture is required to prevent this happening in your business.…

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5 Ways to Promote a Healthy Work-Life Balance in Your Small Business

When it comes to maintaining a healthy work-life balance, startups are leading the charge. In fact, thinking like a startup is one of the best ways to attract top talent and keep them happy. From flexible work hours to company retreats, 53% of surveyed employees say job perks offer a better quality of life both in the office and outside of it.

Work-life balance

Keeping employees engaged and happy in their jobs is key to success, especially in a highly efficient, small team. If you’re considering implementing more perks to excite employees, here are some tips from other small business CEOs and managers who introduced new strategies to help their employees maintain a healthier work-life balance.…

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4 Business Factors Concerning Employees

You might be tempted to think that your product or service is the essential backbone of your business. However, you could be missing a critical factor in creating a better culture of success. And that factor is your employees! Without the right people working for you in the right way, the rest of your business can very quickly start to lose meaning and financial solubility.

Busy employees

Several factors come to mind right away. How good is your employee turnover rate? Are your workers generally happy and satisfied with their jobs? What’s the workplace energy feel like on a daily basis? And, are there open feedback lines for employees to talk about the good and bad aspects of their workdays?…

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How to Build Culture With Remote Teams

Culture is a hot button topic in today’s business world. Culture is the ideology of a business and what comprises its personality. It’s the entire ecosystem, and how people interact within in. It follows the idea that, in an encouraging environment built to sustain the organization, employees are much more likely to be happy, stay at the company longer, and do better work.

Remote working

And as modern workplaces continue to evolve, workplace culture is becoming even more important.

Remote work is another uphill trend. According to one survey of more than 15,000 adults, 43% stated that they’d done some form of remote work in the last year.…

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