Creating A Company Culture That Doesn’t Suck

For decades, businesses have exhausted billions of dollars and spent countless hours developing strategies to increase employee engagement, decrease burnout, and improve productivity. And yet, most workplaces still—to put it bluntly—suck. The reason? The corporate world has always been driven primarily by results, so leaders are not hard-pressed to actually change their ways. 

S. Chris Edmonds and Mark S. Babbitt, co-authors of Good Comes First, join The Business Communicators for a conversation on why for today’s blended workforce and future generations, this old-school corporate approach of profit and productivity above all else is no longer acceptable. Nor should it be, especially as organizations frame their return-to-work strategies with the intention of bringing their likely-reluctant workforce back into the office.

Music Credit: Smoke (with Lostboycrow) – Feather 

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Published by Austin Staton

Travel Nerd | Baylor Grad | Comms Pro | Past President at IABC Houston | Founder of Cautious Coffee + The Business Communicators | #SeekDiscomfort

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