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The Motley Fool Culture Code

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The Motley Fool - Glassdoor's Best Medium-Sized company to work for in 2013 - tells you how we did it.

Read more: http://blog.slideshare.net/2014/01/08/culturecode-what-makes-a-company-great/

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The Motley Fool Culture Code

  1. We built the best company to work for in America* And you can too... in 10 easy steps *Leading Glassdoor’s Best Medium-sized companies to work for , 2014
  2. Twenty years ago, we at The Motley Fool set out to create the most disruptive financial organization in the history of the world. Along the way, we discovered a second opportunity – to change the way the world works. Every month, we openly invite people from all organizations to come learn about our workplace culture. We leave them with 10 changes they can make to start improving their organizational cultures. Here they are.
  3. No. 1: Create a Culture of Trust: Companies should trust that the people they hire are smart, motivated, and eager to drive value. Hire trustworthy people and treat them as such.
  4. No. 2: Live Core Values: Core values are only powerful if they reflect the company you’re actually building. Measure your next new idea against your core values and make sure it meets the standard for each one.
  5. No. 3: Be Intentional: Align your employees around the changes you want to make and allow them to hold you accountable.
  6. No. 4: Enhance Hiring Practices: Great people love to work with other great people. Identify the superstar performers at your company and include at least one of them in every interview process.
  7. No. 5: Focus on High Performers: Take the next week and only spend time on your highest performers. That will add value faster than hand-holding your low performers.
  8. No. 6: Foster a Culture of Learning: Intellectual curiosity doesn't cost a thing - expect it of everyone. Ask an in-house expert to teach a class for the rest of the organization.
  9. No. 7: Give Frequent Feedback: Make it frequent and mix it up. Do your annual reviews work? If not, then get rid of them and try something else.
  10. No. 8: Model from the top: Your culture will largely reflect the values that your senior leaders display. Take something you wish happened more and model it for your employees.
  11. No. 9: Make it Transparent: Don’t underestimate how much your employees want to know about your business and the value they can add if they see the whole picture. Talk about some numbers in your next meeting that aren’t usually discussed.
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