Does your company’s culture look more like a “culture of commitment” or more likely a toxic or abusive culture that is indifferent to employee burnout and turnover? Use this following checklist to help you answer this question:-
- A Culture of Commitment
- Views employees as partners.
- Recognizes the human needs of all employees.
- Invests in people as primary source of competitive advantage.
- Commits to long-term strategy and carry the people needed to carry it out.
- Reward system and management styles support the mission and strategy.
- Focuses on “managing the performance contract”, not in controlling the people.
- Puts a premium on employee involvement in new ideas and innovation.
- Focuses on results, not on who gets credit.
- Trust employees enough to delegate.
- Tolerate “intelligent error: and experimentation.
Which results in:-
High-performing, confident, innovative, committed work-force.
Achievement of company mission and lasting competitive advantage.