key ingredients of exceptional workplace culture

A is for Acknowledgment

Recently I was asked to submit a Bio for a prospective new client, along with a specific request to include examples of client testimonials. Whilst collecting testimonials is not one of my strengths (insert awkward cough emoji), I reached out to a few clients to enquire about their willingness to provide me with something I [...]

The Workology Co definition of Exceptional Workplace Culture

As I write this blog, it is early July here in Melbourne town. Early July =  several things. 1: It’s cold and often rainy. Man, do I desperately need to chase some cosmics.* 2: We are in the heart of footy season. But that’s all I’m gunna say about that, because I’m currently on a [...]

Why a people-first approach is no longer just a ‘nice to have’.

When most people think about how to successfully run their business, I warrant that for the most part, they intentionally plan to adapt a profit maximising approach. However, there is a growing number of business leaders who understand that a people-first approach is what makes the difference between surviving and thriving. Which is why I [...]

Are you on jerk alert?

Recently a client asked me a very interesting question. *Olivia (not her real name) wondered whether most of the bullying investigations I have conducted over the years, have ended up being a case of one person doing the wrong thing who was then quietly exited from the organisation. My answer (as if I were going [...]

By |2020-10-16T08:22:38+11:00October 16th, 2020|Workplace Culture|0 Comments

Meet the nemesis of exceptional in the workplace

Exceptional workplace culture requires the presence of six key ingredients within an organisation. In Workology Co’s white paper, we established those 6 key ingredients are: When inappropriate behaviours occur within an organisation, there’s a misalignment between the organisation’s stated values, and how people actually behave. Unchecked and continual misbehaviours also erode trust, which in turn [...]

By |2020-10-06T11:52:00+11:00October 6th, 2020|Workplace Culture|0 Comments
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