According to a 2018 Gallup Poll, only 34 percent of employees are engaged in their jobs.
Low employee engagement is typically a consequence of an unhealthy corporate culture driven by ineffective and/or toxic leadership. And, when you consider that low engagement is a leading killer of profitability and a drain on the bottom line, it’s no surprise that placing a focus on company culture has overtaken strategy as the number one focus of many CEOs.
If you believe that the culture at your mortgage or fintech company needs to improve, contact us today to learn how we design and build cultures promoting teamwork, productivity, continuous improvement and operational excellence.
Culture is the unspoken social construct of an organization, rooted in a group’s behaviors, beliefs and mindsets.
When culture is properly managed, much like strategy, a company can achieve almost anything. However, when culture is mismanaged or ignored, employees disengage, competing priorities cause unnecessary conflict, productivity becomes sluggish, and the bottom line takes a beating. In other words, the health of your culture is directly tied to the overall success of your company!
Take the First Step to Improve Your Company Culture
While many companies desire to create a strong culture – a natural habitat for top-performers – not all of them are sure about how, or where to begin. When embarking on a culture initiative, we help you navigate through questions, such as…
Yes, there are many moving parts to creating and implementing a formalized culture. Contact us to help you get started.
The Internal Brand Audit & Culture Survey
As the saying goes, you can’t manage what you don’t measure, so you’ll need to start with an internal brand audit and culture survey to benchmark how your employees, managers, and senior-leaders:
Additionally, with the internal brand audit and culture survey, you’ll have an opportunity to measure brand loyalty and identify any internal issues impeding your ability to grow and achieve your company’s objectives.
Top 21 Company Culture Attributes
Below is a list of the top 21 attributes your culture needs to possess to operate at peak-performance:
Contact us today to take the first step toward building a stronger culture for your company.