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Posts from Rosie Powers

Moz’s Sarah Bird on Transparency, Diversity, and Culture Change

Changing workplace culture is difficult, regardless of the size of the company. Starting as Moz’s eighth employee in 2007, CEO Sarah Bird has led the company to growth, implementing a culture focused on transparency, diversity, and bias to action leadership. But as she told us at TINYcon 2018, it wasn’t easy.

How Howard Behar Used Company Values to Build Starbucks’ Culture

When Howard Behar joined Starbucks in 1989, he never fathomed the trajectory the company would eventually take. He viewed the Seattle-based business as a welcome escape from the company culture of Corporate America, thinking that the chain would perhaps expand regionally. Yet as the company expanded, Behar’s leadership and emphasis on cultural values has proven integral to its success. His values-based leadership allowed for the growth of employee-created ideas - such as the Frappuccino - that may have not otherwise existed if not for his open approach to company culture and leadership.

How Change Management Creates Challenges - and Opportunities

Mergers and acquisitions can be an exciting change for companies, as these opportunities can create innovative growth at almost every level of an organization if executed properly. But change is difficult - especially change management.

How Employee Appreciation Affects Company Culture

Employee appreciation and engagement are more important now than ever, yet some employees still report feeling a lack of recognition from their managers - ultimately negatively impacting company culture.

Your Employee Retention Strategies Aren’t Working - Now What?

Strong research has connected employee retention with staff appreciation programs. But what can your company do if you’ve tried these strategies and are still seeing a high employee turnover rate?