There’s no magic formula for great company culture. the key is just to treat your staff how you would like to be treated -Richard Branson
An average working employee spends more than 90,000 hrs of their life working in an office which is 1/3rd of one’s entire life. Now more than ever it’s crucial to have a space to work where the employee is challenged yet satisfied with the service they provide to the office. The organizational culture defines the attitude and behavior of employees in the workspace.
1. Demonstration of respect
Healthy communication is core to building a trusting relationship. You can open the conversation by listening, nodding, and making your colleagues feel more comfortable sharing
2. Acknowledgment of Achievement
Recognizing a work ‘well-done’ enables the employee to feel valued and cared for. An effective acknowledgment of work is specific, immediate, sincere, and meaningful. Many studies have confirmed that employee recognition during difficult situation increase commitment level
3. Openness and Curiosity
Curiosity leads humans to explore new possibilities and experiences leading to innovative ideas and inquisitive thinking. Curiosity and transparency are important in the workplace because it helps in adaptation to the constantly ongoing change of the external pressure of work.
4. Cultivating a sense of personal inspiration
Being vulnerable. about your personal experience and emotions promotes more transparent communication at the workplace creating a safer environment for both, managers and employees
5. Relationship building
According to Gallup organization, people who have a best friend at work are happy at their workplace. A healthy work relationship promotes team building, brainstorming, and voicing opinions beneficial for the company
This blog was written under the expert guidance and feedback from Ms.Pooja Varma, Clinical Psychologist at Edited and Coordinated by Ram