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How to Build a People-First Culture

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Today, technology is the great equalizer for companies to communicate and collaborate across geographies, time zones and departments. But how “people-first” can digital teams be? These research-backed insights will reboot any professional culture, no matter where or how digital teams may work.

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How to Build a People-First Culture

  1. 1. The Company Reboot How to Build a People-First Culture
  2. 2. Reconnect with your coworkers. Audit your company culture. Bring life back to work. Today, technology is the great equalizer for companies to communicate and collaborate across geographies, time zones and departments. But how “people-first” can digital teams be? These research-backed insights will reboot any professional culture, no matter where or how digital teams may work.
  3. 3. People + Trust = ROI Trust begets a culture of accountability, pride, and growth. “A great place to work is one in which you trust the people you work for, have pride in what you do, and enjoy the people you work with,” said Robert Levering, co-founder of Great Places to Work. The most important driver of employee engagement is the extent to which employees trust that their senior management has a sincere interest in their well being.
  4. 4. Flexibility is strength. Flex-work creates a culture of trust, balance, and happiness in the workplace. In a Unify study, the highest flight risk was among those in the sought after Gen-Y or millennials demographic— 43 percent of these employees said they would change employers for a job that offers flexible work. 43% of all employees surveyed said they would prefer flex work over a 10 percent pay raise.
  5. 5. Respect vs. Manage When work relationships are flexible and built on committed understanding, people are more invested in driving results and going the extra mile. Research revealed that more than one third of employees surveyed—including 34 percent of directors and 38 percent of managers— said they would change companies for an employer that embraces flexible work.
  6. 6. Redefine Engagement According to Unify’s New Way to Work Index, only 13 percent of those working in virtual teams are fully engaged. True focus increases the overall quality of work. When developing team dynamics, ask: • Where do people naturally congregate and communicate? • How can I help my talent connect and focus on their goals through the day? • How can I remove distractions from certain processes? Even more startling is the fact that 50% of employees say they are disengaged with their work.
  7. 7. Fight Brain Drain Being overworked seems to be a global pastime. A Harvard Business School survey from 1,000 professionals found 94% of people worked 50 hours or more a week, and almost half worked in excess of 65 hours a week. Shed excess tools and technology that cause “brain drain” to streamline your process. Communication should be intuitive and effortless, rather than distracted.
  8. 8. Focus on Happiness Don’t forget the power of the intangible. A feel good culture creates momentum, innovation and commitment on teams. According to Founder and Chief Happiness Officer Alexander Kjerulf of Woohoo Inc. happiness is the “ultimate productivity booster.” Harvard Researcher and Professor Teresa Amabile found that creativity is vital to business success, which can’t exist in a negative working environment.
  9. 9. See The Bigger Picture Today we rely on a diverse blend of email, IM, video, and texts to communicate effectively. With millennials expected to become the predominant generation in the workforce by 2020, communication streams will take place through multiple channels. Unified communications platforms contextualize conversations, making it easier, more intuitive and efficient to find information. 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% Share of communication activity, UK Adults 12 to 15 Photo messages Messaging apps Social networks Phone calls Email Comms are going pure digital, pure mobile Email is for grandparents Graph source: http://www.nojitter.com/post/240169782/googles-angle-in-enterprise-communications
  10. 10. Bring life back to work The right technology can revitalize business, facilitating closer relationships with teammates and customers. How is your company #peoplefirst? Share your photos, tips, and highlights @UnifyCo #NW2W. www.unify.com

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