Every company has a culture. Is your culture what you desire? Is it important to intentionally design your culture as your company grows?
According to the 2017 GreatAmerica Customer Survey, “attracting and retaining top talent” was a top customer challenge. Company culture impacts your ability to recruit and retain top talent, but its impact doesn’t stop there. Your culture affects your relationship with your customers, your ability to implement your business plans and even your bottom line financial success.
Studies have shown companies with strong values also have strong business performance. PathShare® can help you define the values that will deliver on your culture to:
Build stronger employee engagement— leading to increased job satisfaction, higher productivity and lower turnover
Further clarify your company values and ways to reinforce desired behaviors through 7 cultural levers
Bring increased focus of company vision and goals to create organizational alignment in pursuit of those goals
Find out the benefits cultivating your culture can have on your business.
“Through PathShare’s leadership, our culture team set out to define our culture, what we wanted it to look like in the future, and did a gap analysis in order to build the culture and core values that we wanted. We now use our culture and core values to attract, motivate, and retain top performing talent to positively impact our relationship with clients and ultimately our financial bottom line. This is fueling our growth!”
- Steve Jacobs, Chairman, Infomax Office Systems, Inc.
When implementing PathShare's Cultivating Culture offering, you can expect PathShare to be there every step of the way with you. Click the video below to learn more about the process.
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