Culture isn’t created by tangible, surface-level perks and policies, like dress code or a ping-pong table.
Instead, culture is the collective values, norms and beliefs of your organization. It tells employees how to behave, how to do their jobs and how “things are done around here.” But would your employees, middle management and executives all describe your culture the same way?
In this 30-minute webinar with Limeade Chief Science Officer Dr. Laura Hamill, you’ll learn that being intentional about culture means approaching it from an architectural model. You shape your company’s norms, values and beliefs deliberately rather than letting them evolve organically.
THE WEBINAR COVERS:
How to thread culture through processes, policies and procedures
The difference between culture and climate
What it means to hire for “culture fit”
OUR FAVORITE TAKEAWAYS:
Culture eats strategy for breakfast — it’s the single most important factor in organizational success or failure
Culture is the backdrop for everything that happens at your company and the day-to-day employee experience