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Work culture

  1. 1. Work Culture
  2. 2. 12 Signs Your Company Has An Enviable Workplace Culture
  3. 3. 1.People are Waiting In Line To Join Your Team People have heard about your team, and they would give anything to be a part of it. HOW?? 1. Actively update all events- minor and major – on social websites 2. Actively support a cause, go for marathon as a team, clean up a public dirty place as a part of Swatch Bharath Movement etc 3. Publish some of our outstanding works in Web sites, news papers and social sites
  4. 4. 2. Turnover Is Low Top leaders will stay forever because it’s safe and the pay is good. But if people stay for an unexpectedly long time in facility care or accounting, you are probably looking at a healthy culture. Why will people in facility care or accounting stay for a long time? Because 1. They are respected and treated as a vital member of our office. 2. They are included in all the activities . 3. Regular verbal communication of recognition and appreciation of their daily duties. 4. Personal and emotional support and guidance.
  5. 5. 3. Top Leaders Are Not Insecure About Other Leaders Succeeding In fact, they encourage it. When do leaders and senior professionals in office encourage others to succeed, sometimes resulting in others achieving and performing better than them? 1. Leaders will encourage others to succeed when they want to learn novelty from them and better themselves. 2. Seniors who act as a mentor to every person below and equal to her/him will take joy from their success as they will be the reason for or they would have enabled their success.
  6. 6. 4. Gossip Isn’t Tolerated 1. If you have a problem or an issue with a co-workers, talk to her/him directly to resolve the issue. In turn, the person on the other end should try to understand what the co-worker is trying to communicate and be ready to discuss and resolve the conflict instead of becoming defensive. 2. Encourage your co-workers to do the same, for personal and professional relations. Talk about a person in their presence, not in their absence. At every level, gossip is shut down with an encouragement to speak directly to the individual. Make it a policy!
  7. 7. 5. Lateral Leadership Is Outstanding Leading people below you is easy compared to leading people whom you have no authority. A great culture sees people coming alongside their peers to encourage, or occasionally to correct and redirect. Open your mind and heart! 1. Cultivate a desire to achieve best productivity in every person in the office. 2. Recognize and appreciate your colleague’s work and efforts. If your work is not recognized, show your work to your peers and make them appreciate it. 3. If in any way you can offer a suggestion, do speak out loud and listen to yours co-workers when they offer the same.
  8. 8. 6. Team Members Are Energized By The Mission Leaders at all levels of the organization talk about the mission. It gives them energy, and they are constantly thinking of ways to get it done. Get your heart, mind and soul into work! Have constant conversations about the project you’re currently working on with your peers. Discuss your thoughts and try to generate innovative and effective methods of doing the work. Contemplate the end result of each and every project. When you step out of the office with a satisfaction that you have performed excellent work at the end of the day, leave that part of your heart, mind and soul that’s into work and go spend time with your family/friends.
  9. 9. 7. It’s Not Just A Job People go to movies, hang out at one another’s homes, and sometimes even vacation together. This doesn’t mean they don’t have other friends, but they really enjoy the company of the people they work with. Co-worker relationships are as important as our work!! We should 1. Make plans to go to movies 2. Watch cricket matches together at someone’s place 3. Make an yearly trip as a team out of town 4. Make spontaneous decisions to go somewhere or do something together 5. Play Badminton after work 6. Have regular weekly and monthly activities like visiting an orphanage every three months, indoor games championships every 4th Saturday, balcony lunch on the last day of the month to celebrate the good work and efforts of that month, office cultural, karaoke evening etc
  10. 10. 8. The Team Believes They Are More Important Than The Task There is a sense that, as employees, they really matter. They aren’t just people filling tasks; but the culture, systems, language, and structure communicate value. "You matter!“ Right now the company needs you, YOU to do particular task, YOU to be a part of this organization, YOU to help take the organization to the next level. This culture can be cultivated by emphasizing this over and over till it becomes our way of thinking
  11. 11. 9. People Are Smiling Walk the hallways and you will see people smiling, enjoying conversations, and having a good time in the midst of high productivity and intense focus. SAY CHEERS! 1. Take efforts to make jokes, put mokka, connect with your peers about work, life, politics, media and everything possible. 2. Get to know each other, period.
  12. 12. 10. Fear Is Missing People don’t fret if they say the wrong thing in front of the wrong person. There aren’t hushed conversations because of the fear of what will happen if they are overheard. Employees in an organization with a great culture can walk into the boss’s office with a concern and walk out knowing they were heard. Drink mountain dew! (darr ke aage jeet hai) 1. Do not be afraid to make foolish remarks, stupid comments or meaningless conversations. All of us do it all the time. 2. This will also enable one to learn from the mistakes and grow constantly. 3. Also, do not judge when a peer makes a mistake. Help and guide her/him if you can or offer comforting and encouraging words.
  13. 13. 11. Communication Is Strong From the top to the bottom, people communicate. Everything is communicated well in advance, along with consequences and solutions. Be Pro-active and pro-communicative 1. If you do not know what your peers from other departments are working on, ask them. 2. Ask whether they are facing any difficulty or are they enjoying their current project. 3. Stir up a curiosity to know what is happening in the office.
  14. 14. 12. Change Is Welcome People aren’t afraid of change. It’s not that everyone likes change, but most have been through it so many times and have seen the leaders manage change with care and dignity that they no longer dread it. The only thing that is constant is change. 1. Change can take you out of your comfort zone, but it is made for your and organization’s benefit and betterment. 2. Try to look at changes with excitement, actively facilitate the change and help your peers adapt as well.
  15. 15. • We have the power to change the culture, one day at a time! Building a healthy culture starts with a few determined people. • No one wants to live in a culture of negativity. People want to love their job and ultimately love and positivity always wins out. • Let us have the same desire, and take that first step together!

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