Culture Corner: Leah's Culture Story

Maritz Motivation was once again honored as the giant category winner of St. Louis Business Journal’s “Best Place to Work” Award. Today we are highlighting one of our employees, Leah Harwell, who helps make the culture so special.  

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Topics: Culture, Employee Engagement

What Henry Ford Can Teach Us About Company Culture

HR professionals today are more than familiar with the concept of corporate or organizational culture. You wouldn’t be reading this if you weren’t. Executives openly ask if they have the right culture in place to meet their goals. Merger and acquisition analysts spend countless hours looking at how a new purchase will affect the corporate culture. A Google search for “organizational culture” brings back 12 million hits. Type in “corporate culture” and you get 48 million.  

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Topics: Culture, Employee Experience, Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement Program Review

It’s common to “take stock” of our personal and professional goals. We may take the time to evaluate how we performed against our own goals or resolutions, year-end reports and performance reviews can evaluate how we performed against professional goals, and we can evaluate our programs, vendors, and customer/client experiences as a way to measure progress against organizational goals

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Topics: Culture, Employee Engagement

Treat the cause of disengaged employees, not the symptom

In major league baseball, it’s not uncommon to see a team, saddled with a regretful contract, trade an established player for next to nothing, trying to get dead money off its books and onto someone else’s. Addition through subtraction, as it were. 

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Topics: Culture, Employee Engagement

Why employee community service programs? Why not?

It’s always good to do the right thing, for no other reason than that it’s the right thing. What’s even better is when there are multiple reasons for doing the right thing. 

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Topics: Culture, Employee Engagement

Overcomplicated mission statements miss the chance to make a statement

Given a choice between serving on the committee to write your company’s mission statement or a trip to the dentist, which would you choose?

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Topics: Culture, Employee Engagement

It won't be because of me

The larger the team, the harder it is for an employee to be singled out for individual praise. And, not coincidentally, the easier it is for an employee to hide from being singled out for individual blame.

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Topics: Culture, Employee Engagement

 

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