Building A Strong, Vibrant Company Culture

Lanthier, Tonya
December 2016
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Dec2016, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p21
The article provides tips on how leaders and organisations can build a strong and vibrant company culture. Topics covered include defining core values, identification of a distinct purpose, integrating core values and purpose in hiring process and a culture-fit job description, the traits being sough in new team members, encouragement of innovation, and measuring the candidates' commitment to excellence.


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