It's all about a shared company vision that pulls in every employee, top to bottom.
Cash-strapped startups can attract and retain committed employees by offering opportunity and a mission.
Does your company offer wellness programs, laundry services or company outings? If no, why not?
When developing a productive culture, what matters isn't the perks and management tricks; it's having your staff treat one other like people.
A more flexible work environment can help maximize productivity and alleviate burnout.
Making salaries public knowledge can motivate employees to work harder, presuming people are paid on merit.
Without a positive working environment, the propensity for normalcy sets in, and to survive in a startup world, you don't want to be normal.
Find ways to share your dreams with your employees.
Brilliant leaders make original errors. Mediocre leaders all do the same dumb stuff.
Business owners who want employees to "take ownership'' need to reinvent how they hire, manage and reward their team.
Company culture is more important than ever, as it's quickly proving to be a 'must-have' rather than a 'nice-to-have.'
People who like each other work better together.
Business owners work hard to deliver on client expectations and choose the perfect employees, but when it comes to their physical surroundings, some forget that the space is another tool to convey important information about their company and culture.
These beliefs help build a strong team foundation and an even stronger company culture. Why not show them off?
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