The best places to work also often have the best employee productivity, customer retention, and financial performance.
Exceptional workplace. It sounds good, right? We all want to have one or work at one, but what is an exceptional workplace, and how do you build one? One thing is for sure, you don’t wake up one day and say, “I want my company to be an exceptional workplace” and bam, there it is. Becoming exceptional takes time and thought. It’s not haphazard.
During my career, I have had the pleasure of working with a wide variety of senior managers, some from companies recognised as exceptional places to work and others that create great places to work without even knowing it. If no one has handed you an “Exceptional Workplace” award, but you are interested in building an organisation that could easily win such an award, I’d like to find how you would answer these questions.
- Do you do anything unusual that sets your workplace apart?
- Would you like to better understand how being a great place to work can positively impact your business?
- Are you interested in what wisdom there is to learn from the best workplaces?
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