Company culture is more important — and more difficult to build — than ever before. Between hybrid and remote work, the prevalence of burnout, and the need to prioritize inclusion and belonging, crafting a healthy work culture requires serious effort. Yet it’s still far less time-consuming and costly than trying to out-recruit a culture that isn’t working.
It’s estimated that the toxic workplace cost U.S. employers $223 billion over five years.
Team events, recognition tools, and mental health benefits can make a difference, but the root of a healthy work culture starts with your people and how they’re handling their lives, work, and relationships.
Fostering an environment that reflects your company’s values is vital and ensures:
Develop a culture they’re proud to be a part of while giving them the productivity and people skills that make a difference in their day-to-day
Being a Great Manager
Productivity & Accountability
Build trust and psychological safety, support belonging, and turn your people into more inclusive leaders.