Articles—How to Change Your Company Culture
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Decide where you want to go and jump in. Learn about your company culture one step at a time, by working with the opportunities it presents. If you know where you are going it doesn't matter where you start.
Are you the head of a business unit—from supervisor to CEO? Do you want to motivate and empower employees, creating high morale and productivity? Use this process.
Each of these actions will build a more motivating, powerful and productive workplace.
By engaging employees, a manager improves productivity and avoids closing the plant.
Good decisions flow from good communications. You can improve communications by building stronger relationships. This "Cultural Interview" does that.
On important issues the right decision process guarantees the best decisions. This four-step decision process works well in groups or one-on-one.
To improve your business meetings, the "Plus-Delta" tells you what to keep and what to change.
A quick and simple survey that pinpoints areas for change.
The best performance reviews help employees improve their performance .
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