As we draw to the end of the calendar year, now is a useful time to stop and reflect on whether your company culture has helped or hindered your business performance, customer experience and employee fulfilment over the past twelve months.
In our Culture Planning Program, we highlight the core symptom of an under-performing culture and how to address them.
The most common of these symptoms are listed in the following pages.
I invite you to consider them in relation to your company culture. If many of these relate to your company, perhaps the new-year is the perfect time to become proactive in creating a high-performance culture. If most of the following does not apply to your company then perhaps it’s time to pause and celebrate the fact you have curated a workplace culture worth belonging and contributing to.
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