3 ways to translate Organizational Culture to your employees




What is Organizational Culture?


As you might’ve heard before, all companies have a mission, vision, and values. Organizational Culture is how these aspects are lived and breathed in an organization. It can be reflected from the hiring process to the operation itself. When company culture is well established, it promotes productivity, commitment, and overall better employee performance, thus, translating “the ways” of the organization is important to achieve all aspects. Some ways of transmitting culture are:

  1. clear employee communication

  2. Inclusive workplaces

  3. Culture-led strategies


1. Clear Employee Communication:

Effective connections between staff members promotes a positive culture in the workplace. It helps organizations avoid conflicts and disagreements. At the end of the day, culture is the result of the interaction amongst the employees working for a considerable period in an organization. To achieve it, you will need to set clear goals, make a comprehensible work schedule, match actions with words, reiterate critical messages, and always listen to what your team proposes.


2. Inclusive workplaces:

Diversity is vital for any organization, but merely hiring employees of diverse nations, ethnicities, and genders isn't enough. Everyone in the workplace needs to feel welcome, comfortable, and free to be themselves. Company Culture will benefit if you prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. It takes time and effort to promote workplace inclusion and you must have a defined plan in place and dedicate the necessary resources to make changes that affect recruiting and daily team interactions. Implementing hiring strategies that focus on creating a diverse team is key.


3. Culture-led strategies:

In decision-making, strategy offers focus and clarity. In order to mobilize people, it depends on plans and sets of decisions, which are frequently reinforced by specific incentives for meeting objectives and penalties for failing to do so. It should ideally also have adaptive components that can scan and assess the outside world and determine when adjustments are necessary to ensure continuity and growth. Most leaders are familiar with the principles, and leadership and strategy formulation work hand in hand. However, it is important to make most decisions keeping in mind the company’s vision, mission, and values.


Organizational Culture = Proactivity

Overall, when teams interact in workplaces that have a strong sense of communication, where ideas are heard, messages are clear, where leaders engage with employees in value-based and efficient strategies, everyone will execute their duties proactively rather than reactively due to the Organizational Culture being alive and well in your company.


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