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HR | Culture & Engagement

In the words of Peter Drucker: "Organisational culture eats strategy for breakfast, lunch and dinner."

Mark Fields, president of Ford said in response: "It's an absolute reality!"

Businesses spend a lot of time planning company strategy. However, there is a direct correlation between a healthy and productive culture and the company's bottom line. Sadly very few companies take the time to work on the healthy and productive culture, but spend a lot of time thinking about their company strategy.

Low staff morale equals low productivity for your firm, which is why you must deal with issues affecting this quickly.‚Äč

Whatever culture you’re looking to create in your organisation, we can assist.

From happy, health and productive people flow better results. What’s the language and tone of your business? What are people talking about when they talk about your organisation, and when your employees discuss your workplace culture, is it what you want to hear?

Employees are most satisfied when the environment they work in is comfortable and their needs are met. To understand your staff needs, maybe a staff survey would assist? We can help you with that.

Have you set out a clear vision and purpose for the business?

Do you have clearly defined sets of organisational values and behaviours? We can work with you to set this up and improve your company culture and bottom line results.

Low staff morale equals low productivity for your firm, which is why you must deal with issues affecting this quickly.

To ensure your staff are engaged, a number of things need to happen:

  • Communicate your company vision and strategy.
  • Ensure employees have bought into the purpose and values of the organisation.
  • Clean and clear communication flows throughout the organisation.
  • Open and honest feedback.
  • Flexible working is considered and implemented wherever possible to meet the needs of the business and the individual.

  • Morale fuses employees’ attitudes and behaviours based on satisfaction with their job, their environment, those they are working with (particularly their management), and the company they are working for.
  • There are two types of morale: High and Low.
  • High morale refers to an employee’s deep satisfaction within their role and feels a sense of achievement, leading them to increase productivity, and have higher motivation.
  • Morale also affects a group of workers.
  • Low morale causes greater grievances and conflicts, a higher employee turnover and poor working conditions.
  • It is the employer’s duty to encourage and work on their staff’s attitudes and behaviours, therefore heightening motivation. This starts with the manager themselves.
  • Park City provides staff satisfaction surveys, which can be bespoke to your employees and analyse their responses.
  • We will then offer advice on how to improve the employee’s motivation and morale.
  • This can prevent the need for a disciplinary should the employee’s attitude becomes worse.
  • Park City also provides a training course called ‘Motivating without Money’, to allow employees to become engaged within their company, to perform better and therefore increase productivity.

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