Whether you call it company culture, work environment, or organizational atmosphere, it doesn’t just magically appear. It all starts as a reflection of the attitudes and characteristics of executives, managers, and really anyone in a leadership position. Their characteristics–good and bad–trickle down and are adopted by employees. And a company culture is born. So, if you want to develop a rich and rewarding company culture (or are wondering how to fix an existing negative one), embrace these four positive characteristics so they’ll trickle down into your organization.
You might think of integrity as simply being honest and fair (that’s pretty textbook as far as definitions go). But most standard definitions include a second definition of “the state of being complete or whole.” And I find the second piece more profound …
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