Choncé Maddox — June 28, 2018 — June 28, 2018 mohamed_hassan / Pixabay Online businesses and teams of remote workers are continuing to define the way business is best conducted in today’s society. The virtual workplace has become more and more common leading business owners to determine how they will best manage their remote team … Continue reading How to Create a Strong Work Culture with Your Virtual Team
Marianne Stenger — May 29, 2018 — May 29, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay Although it will come as no surprise to most HR managers, employers, and employees, research shows that happy workers are more productive and effective at their jobs. So what’s the best way to achieve this? As it turns out, one of the … Continue reading The 5 Most Important Characteristics of a Strong Company Culture
Maren Hogan — May 2, 2018 Follow @marenhogan— May 2, 2018 After writing in the HR space for 15 years and running a company for 8, I feel like I have a unique viewpoint on where HR and Culture intersect. In my company, barely 20 people, HR needs to function from a policy structure place. … Continue reading Who’s Line Is It Anyway? Should HR Answer the Culture Question Alone?
JoAnn Corley — May 2, 2018 Follow @joann corley— May 2, 2018 There is a change afoot at Microsoft and it’s all because of new leadership — a leadership that is slowly but surely redirecting a titanic size culture. Is that possible? Apparently so and with a notable ripple effect! All I can say is … Continue reading 7 Powerful CEO Insights from Microsoft’s Culture Reset
Contributor Matt Umbro believes you can improve the way you think about and attack challenges by changing the way you talk about them. Matt Umbro on April 4, 2018 When was the last time you tried to define or explain a commonly used industry phrase or term? For example, how would you define the … Continue reading Update these 3 organizational buzzwords to shift perceptions
Scott Gillum — February 15, 2018 Follow @sgillum — February 15, 2018 In the 90s, casual Fridays brought about the slow death of formal business attire in the office place. In the new millennium, mobile devices effectively eliminated the “9 to 5” workday and erased the line between personal and professional. Now, the “Gig Economy” … Continue reading Death of the “Company Man”
Katy French — January 24, 2018 — January 24, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay A healthy culture is crucial to a successful business, as it influences everything from your customer service to your employee interactions in the break room. (If you’ve worked at a company with a toxic culture, you know how soul-crushing it can be.) … Continue reading Why Transparent Reporting Creates a Happy, Healthy Company Culture
What happens when your role is the same as your target customer’s? Columnist Scott Vaughan shares insights into how to use this situation to your advantage. Scott Vaughan on January 8, 2018 The CMO role and marketing’s revenue influence have never been greater. There’s a seemingly endless number of ways to engage with prospects, … Continue reading So, what’s it like to be a CMO of a marketing-focused business?
Dave Sutton — December 13, 2017 — December 13, 2017 Let the CMO and the marketing team figure out the story. Right? Many CEOs don’t spend much time thinking about their brand story. As a CEO, it’s easy to get caught up in the day to day fires that need fighting- it’s why we hire … Continue reading Why Does Your CEO’s Story Matter?
Natalie Eisele — December 4, 2017 Follow @WorkingEvolved — December 4, 2017 berkemeyer / Pixabay Company culture is an important aspect of the workplace, and an increasingly important component for people looking to be hired at a company. An employer can offer perks like extra vacation time, a casual dress code and after work happy … Continue reading How to Ensure a Positive Culture at Your Company