Your Workplace has a Culture…whether or not you created it intentionally
Culture is an everybody thing, not just something that resides in Human Resources. Organizations, leaders and employees must create environments and habits to create the culture they want. It starts with building relationships – starting small and building team by team. When it comes to culture change, state your intention, then go to work embedding it. Prioritize culture and take a more human approach to your context and working environment and how you treat others inside and outside of your organization.
Visualizing the Fusion
To help guide discussions and efforts for building a thriving workplace at your organization, the Thriving Organization Pyramid™ provides a visual representation to help you engage in conversations to usher in The Fusion, a New Paradigm approach to re-humanize the workplace. Both organizational and employee wellbeing are critical to a thriving workplace. But trying to implement employee wellbeing when the foundational elements of a thriving organization are missing doesn’t.
Given the unprecedented, rapidly transforming nature of the business landscape, creativity, flexibility and innovation have never been more essential for both organizations and employees to flourish. Perhaps the most powerful and succinct way to summarize why The Fusion is so critical is The Thriving Organization Pyramid™, shown here.
Building A Thriving Organization
Both organizational and employee wellbeing are critical to a thriving workplace. But trying to implement employee wellbeing when the foundational elements of a thriving organization are missing doesn’t work. However, companies with a solid foundation, who enhance the employee experience with meaningful programs and resources, truly become an employer of choice and blow their competition out of the water.
Sources: Salveo Partners, LLC
If you are curious about learning more about The Thriving Organization Pyramid™ and how it can support you to Build a Thriving Culture at your workplace, contact me.