Leaders and organizations need employees who come ready to engage. Only then can growth be achieved. Download our guide to start engaging your employees today.
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Leaders and people of authority in an organization set the parameters for the company’s culture and atmospheric feel. No matter how open, accepting or creative you want your work climate to be, at some point or another you will have to be the one who puts authority and enforcement behind some rules.
Your company culture is not only what your company does. It is also the who of your people. When your employees can identify with and understand the company culture then they become better representatives of the brand and carry that with them as they interact with consumers or clients.
How do you know if your company has what it takes to keep your employees enthusiastically engaged? Company culture is the personality of a company. It is important because it can either energize employees or drain their souls entirely. Workplace productivity and happiness rely heavily on your company culture.
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