Conversation Makes a Best Place Place to Work
Quantum Workplace is an expert in employee engagement and delivers the Best Places to Work contest for cities and communities across the country. For its home town awards in Omaha, Quantum Workplace CEO Greg Harris pointed out, “The most sustainable factors that truly build culture and engagement are more relational in nature.”
Businesses that rise to the top, Harris says, possess cultures and operational norms where employees feel recognized, strong relationships are supported, contributions to strategy are clearly understood, and employee feedback is sought on what’s working and what’s not. In other words, an essential characteristic of a Best Place to Work culture is that it is authentically conversational.
If you want your organization to be one where people want to work and to give their best, then you should ensure it has a conversational culture.