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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Topic: Company Culture (4)

How to Scale Culture During Rapid Growth

What exactly is culture and what do you do with it? Mary Miller, who spoke at TINYcon 2018, believes people are a company’s most valuable asset. This recap of her speech discusses culture being an evolving shared mental model for how we make decisions, interact, and deliver value.

Company Culture: A Complete Guide for 2019

On a micro level, it might seem like the actions we take day in and day out at our jobs don’t have a large impact on a company as a whole. But when you see the connections between company culture and larger concepts like improved staff retention, employee engagement, and overall job satisfaction, the impact is clear. The everyday happenings in a company’s culture matter, and they can play a large role in success or failure of an organization. Leaders today must face a harsh reality that many employees are not as tied to their jobs, or the company at-large, as in decades past. As younger generations enter the workforce, the modern workplace must focus on company culture, and with it work-life balance, to attract and retain talent. Data supports this, as research by Deloitte found that 94 percent of executives and 88 percent of employees believe a distinct corporate culture is important to a business’ success. But before we go further, let’s start with the basics.

The Case for Joy in the Workplace

Conventional, mercenary business practices don't prioritize employee happiness. Aaron Burnett, on the other hand, built a thriving company based on an unwavering focus on helpfulness, generosity, and joy.

How to Fix a Company Culture Gone Wrong

Despite efforts to grow your business, low morale, decreased productivity and high turnover have began to take hold. What could be the cause of this? If your company leadership takes a closer look, a breakdown in company culture is likely the cause.

Simple Steps to Transform Your Cultural Vision into Reality

Ana White recently moved to F5 from Microsoft, where she led global HR teams for over 18 years across multiple business units. She joined us at TINYcon to share her best advice for driving real change and promoting positive behaviors at all levels of your organization.

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.