Have a culture class. Teach all employees
about the culture and the vision of your organization. Clarify what
the company is looking for in its employees, how they should
behave, and how to work and operate as a collective whole towards
the culture you’re striving for.
Create a culture of excellence. This can be
achieved through internal training and development of your people.
Design a learning roadmap specific to your company and have the CEO
and executives train and teach the employees.
Mobilize advisory committees. Influence
employee engagement by getting groups of people together to solve
organizational problems and talk innovative ideas. The group should
travel around to different locations getting employees across the
company involved in decision-making. Record and publish the
meetings and send them out to all employees. Consider traveling
around to a new location each month with a different group of
people. Talk about the problems employees bring to the meeting and
discuss the results of engagement surveys. Let all issues come to
the surface, share the group’s solutions, and watch as
communication flourishes organization-wide.
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understand what needs to change for people to love their work using
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About the Podcast
Gut+Science explores employee engagement insights you can act on, from CEOs you can trust. Get ready for high energy interviews led by employee engagement evangelist Nikki Lewallen—ones that’ll have you rethinking what it means to build successful people-first cultures.