The Golding Group

Strategic Growth Partners

Corporate Culture

You don’t create culture; you provide support, tools and opportunities for culture to develop organically. The key isn’t what you do or don’t but the vision and attitude of those in charge to encourage authentic corporate culture development. Support positive aspects that foster teamwork and communication while doing the opposite for negative or restrictive ideas. The actual activities, frequency, etc. are not as important as the ideas coming from your employees themselves. Don’t force activities on them. Even the ”coolest” ideas are no fun when it’s mandatory or feels forced. Just relax, stay positive and let your culture develop naturally. Your employees will feel authentic and empowered without costing the boss extra time or money on programs and activities that no one has asked for or will appreciate.

For more insights into corporate culture, check out our collection of expert interviews and podcast episodes focused on leadership, staff development, internal communication, employee attraction and retention. Corporate culture should start from the C-Suite and work Top/Down but will continue to work best if it’s managed from the bottom of the corporate ladder back toward the C-Suite Bottom/Up.