The culture of your organisation is what your employees see and feel every day.
It’s not the fancy words that are on the wall, they are just words. Your culture is how those words are put into action or in many cases, not.
Why is 2023 such a key year?
This will be the first full year of businesses finding their feet after the pandemic.
Even at the start of 2022, there were still restrictions placed on people and workplaces. We continued to adapt to hybrid working and challenged the way we would work in the future and for many businesses, 2023 will be a defining year.
The challenges to recruit and retain will continue despite the talk of recession.
So as business owners, what are you doing to ensure that those you want to attract and those you already employ want to be a part of your team through the year ahead?
Here are some things you might want to consider:
- Clarity as to how your organisation operates in a hybrid way. This will support not only attraction but enable those who work for you plan how they will deliver their role.
- Equipping your management team with the skills required to make your culture a reality, raising their self-awareness.
- Treat people with humility and curiosity. Take time to understand those who work for you.
- Engage with all. This isn’t a communication plan; it is about making people feel valued and inspired and truly part of your organisation.
What will your plans be in 2023?