Getting a business to grow is a team effort. Each person within your company plays a role in helping your organization grow, and the more they work together, the more growth you’ll see. If you want to sustainably grow your business well into the future, it is essential that you focus on your company culture. 

Company culture refers to a set of attitudes and ideas that represent how the employees and management behave. Below are some tips that you can use to implement a company culture that promotes growth and keep it going for a long time.

Establish Your Values Early

When possible, look to establish your company’s values early. The earlier you can define and establish these values, the easier it will be to implement. Spend some time thinking about what values you want your employees to have and how these can manifest themselves into your business. Then, when you are creating your business plan, work these ideas into your strategy.

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If you have already started your business, that’s not a problem. Simply spend some time now defining the values you wish to have. It may take a little more work to implement these values if your business is already set in its ways but that doesn’t mean it is impossible.

Work on Team Building

The next big component you’ll want to focus on is team building. For a business to grow, each of your employees needs to feel like they are a part of something bigger and working alongside people who are on the same team. One of the best ways you can do this is by hosting team-building activities.

There are plenty of options to choose from. For example, you could take everyone out to lunch or schedule an evening to get drinks after work. If you want to have a little more productive team-building event, you can check out this lunch and learn idea from Hoppier that combine lunch with job training. You could also arrange games, events, contests, or anything else to help your team bond. The goal is to get your employees to spend more time together, typically by having them do something that is not directly related to their work.

Lead by Example

It is hard to establish a set of company values if you are not willing to follow these values yourself. As a leader, you need to lead by example when it comes to creating a company culture. For example, if you want some of your business’s core principles to be clear communication and innovation, it’s important that you regularly communicate with your employees and encourage new ideas.

Work on always embodying your company’s culture whenever you interact with your employees. Show them that you are motivated to grow this company and that you care about its direction. A positive attitude from a leader has an effect on all those who work for them, which in turn can improve everyone’s performance.

Gather, Deliver and Implement Feedback

Finally, feedback is an important part of any company culture. There are three things you need to do when it comes to feedback: gather, deliver and implement. 

First, you need to regularly gather feedback from your employees. Find out what they like about their jobs, what they dislike, and what they want to see improved. This is a good way to gauge whether your company culture is resonating with your team and to identify areas where you need to improve.

Then, regularly give your team members individual feedback. If you appreciate the way someone is going about their job, let them know. If you think there is room for improvement, tell them that too. Giving feedback shows that you are invested in that employee and that you care about the job they are doing. In addition, if you provide constructive feedback, you can make your employees more productive.

Finally, implement any feedback you receive. It is not enough just to listen to your employees, you also need to implement their suggestions. If they say a certain piece of software isn’t working well, look to change to something new or provide a training session on how to use it better. Implementing feedback from your employees shows that you care about what they think and are willing to make adjustments to make them happier.

Start Focusing on Your Company Culture

Your company’s culture lies at the heart of your business’s success. Whether you define and work on your culture or not, your business has one. It is up to you whether it is a culture of productivity and growth or one of stagnation. With the advice above, you should be able to clearly define and implement a strong team culture, which will in turn result in long-term business growth.


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