Many clients and employers we talk with believe they do not need or have a culture.
At McGohan Brabender, we believe every company has a culture, whether they like it or not. Culture isn’t just a quality companies share, but as studies show, it impacts the productivity and future success of the organization.
As this episode explores, the culture a company creates is what your current and future employees along with your clients buy in to.
Tom Reubens is a business coach, entrepreneur, and expert in leadership. He is the founder of the Accountability Factor where he is able to help leaders cultivate healthier company cultures. You can learn more about Reubens at www.theaccountabilityfactor.com
Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch (Book)
Feedback provides a path for success, but too often it isn’t treated as a priority. Good feedback recognizes achievements and, more importantly, gives practical guidance for improvement. Scott and Anne Marie share tips on how to give and receive impactful feedback.
Technical skills might open doors but soft skills will maintain relationships. Scott and Anne Marie talk about the value of soft skills — listening, responding and recognizing nonverbal queues. Poor soft skills drive away clients, while good skills pull them in. And soft skills, like technical skills, can be taught.