The world is changing, with the average person becoming more conscious of what's important to them and what they value in their life.
Just 23% of people believe they can apply their organisation's values to their work every day.
Only 4/10 people agree that their organisation's mission or purpose makes them feel like their job is important (Gallup).
Bad culture leads to a disengaged workforce, lower retention rates and declining performance.
So, let's make a change. Let's strive for a workplace culture that's flexible, inclusive; a culture that celebrates authenticity; a purpose-driven culture, and see how much of a difference it can make.
People who strongly agree that they feel connected to their culture are 3.7x as likely to be engaged at work, 37% more likely to be thriving, and 68% less likely to feel burnt out at work (Gallup).
Having a culture that attracts high-talent can lead to a 33% higher revenue (Bonfyre).
91% of managers in the U.S. say that a candidate's alignment with the company culture is equal to or more important that skills and experience (Builtin).
A great workplace culture isn't just a nice-to-have. It's an opportunity; to grow, to learn, to improve relationships, productivity and wellbeing.