The C-Suite Is Utilizing Travel Incentives To Build A Strong Tribe
“Culture is King!” It’s being posted from every corner of social media, shouted on every business podcast, and bandied about by every HR expert out there. Seriously, as I write this, I just received an email talking about how companies are ditching their pingpong tables and opting for more substantial approaches to creating a thriving culture. . . but then the email didn’t share the actual substance of these new approaches! I’d like that 30 seconds of my life back, please!
I prefer the time-honored K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Stupid) approach and I think that Forbes Contributor Dr. Pragya Agarwal puts it best in her simple four-point list:
- Establish clear ethos and values for the organization
- Foster collaboration and communication
- Create an inclusive work environment
- Create clear goals and rewards for the employees
Dr Agarwal summed culture up this way: “A positive culture in the workplace is essential for fostering a sense of pride and ownership amongst the employees. When people take pride, they invest their future in the organization and work hard to create opportunities that will benefit the organization.”