Most organizations can point to well-defined values on their websites or annual reports that all employees are expected to follow, it’s the actions of the company that really define the importance of those value statements.
One of the most important elements an organization can be aligned on is their mission, vision and values about the company. These components are essential and powerful drivers for the exec team to efficiently achieve the success they want. They are also the key to having a highly engaged culture of team members who say "Thank God It’s Monday!"
Finding A players, or high performing employees, is difficult. After studying thousands of interviews with the help of hiring professional Dr. Brad Smart, there are four mistakes an overwhelming number of managers make when looking to build a great team.
Successful leaders know they need to balance the needs of employees, customers, and shareholders to build a thriving company. Many firms excel at tracking key performance indicators (KPIs) like profits, as well as customer feedback on a weekly or daily basis, but they fall flat when it comes to monitoring employees’ morale - and it shows.
Millennials want to work with a company that challenges their professional skills while nurturing their personal values and growth. This new perspective from emerging graduates and entrepreneurs is a change that will result in a whole new era of business.