Executive leadership shapes organizational culture, and, in turn, culture colors what people pay attention to, the goals they set and how they work.
The hashtag #MeToo went viral in the fall of 2017 in the wake of an onslaught of sexual harassment and assault allegations against entertainment, business and political leaders. Just over a year later, has anything changed? Are workplaces fairer and safer?
Workplaces are changing before our very eyes. Are your leaders able to effectively influence players in today’s – and tomorrow’s – work environment?
Companies that transform their businesses, shift their cultures and execute on new strategies have senior leaders who model those changes. These leaders don’t just talk the talk but walk the walk. They aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty.
Every Monday morning, employees come to work looking forward to being productive and driving growth, yet numerous frustrations seep into their day, and they become non-performers.
While the onboarding process represents one small piece of an employee’s journey, we embrace the realization that employees make judgments and form opinions about their organization every single day – including the day they join our agency.