A company’s culture is defined by its values, language, and behaviors, and it is the catalyst for how people work together to get things done, traditionally, in the physical workplace. With so many people now working remotely, sustaining that culture requires a fresh approach.
The key lies in is understanding and defining exactly what the desired and optimal outcome is, in terms of the culture, and from there understanding the behaviors that promote and support this, as well as the warning signs for those that don’t, as Paul Clarke, founder of business performance consultancy CONNECT Performance, explains.
He says: “The triggers for facilitating these behaviors being expected and
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