Organizational Culture, Leadership, Change, And Stress

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Executive Summary

"Any company can become a great place to work." This is an appealing statement, but how are "great places to work" characterized? At the heart of the definition of a great place to work are trust and mutual respect between senior executives and their employees, and value-driven leadership - performance with purpose. Great places to work show a strong commitment from CEO and senior management (who walk the talk), a genuine belief that people are indispensable for the business, active communication among the entire organization, the perception of a unique culture and identity, a well-articulated vision, and values that are lived and experienced at all levels of the organization.

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