Company culture is the personality of a company. It defines the environment in which employees work and trickles all the way down to how management treats staff, how accomplishments get noticed and so much more. Company culture is so important that it'll make or break your goals.
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Your dream team exists, it just hasn't been built yet. In order to make this ideal group of people come to life, you have to define two things: your company culture currently, and the people who can meet your goals.
Getting this right promises a 100% ROI on a team so lit, you'll be setting all your competitors on fire. This month, we collected a great selection of articles to get you started.
Neil shares an undeniably true tweet that reads, “Better moods = better performance. Hostile or even boring working environments are not sustainable. Poor work product and attrition result.” Neil’s 4 elements on creating great company culture will help you avoid the latter.
Professional assessments can be a great way to learn how people work, what motivates them to achieve and where they might need a helping hand from their peers. The only way you're going to be able to grow and cultivate your dream team is by knowing yourself, your current staff and who's missing from the table.
From Myers Briggs to DISC to the Herb Test, personality assessments are intriguing because we want to know what makes us us and define our place in the world. Zapier shares how to incorporate personality data into building more effective teams.