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5 Core Values for the Workplace - Business 2 Community

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5 Core Values for the Workplace
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The trouble is that the list of values grows easily and can cause many employees to lose their focus. They fail to prioritize.
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How to Influence Customers Into Seeing Value for Unknown Products - The Next Web

How to Influence Customers Into Seeing Value for Unknown Products - The Next Web | Core Values | Scoop.it
How to Influence Customers Into Seeing Value for Unknown Products
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“People don't care about your product. They care about what it will do for them,” Butterfield says. One way to get right into the customer's heart?
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Workplace Giving Programs Make 'Doing Good' into 'Doing Good Business' - Triple Pundit

Workplace Giving Programs Make 'Doing Good' into 'Doing Good Business' - Triple Pundit | Core Values | Scoop.it
Triple Pundit Workplace Giving Programs Make 'Doing Good' into 'Doing Good Business' Triple Pundit The best CSR efforts are precisely those that create a “win-win”: added value for a company in terms of brand image or improved supply chains (for...
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Staying true to core values will help shatter barriers to equality - Sydney Morning Herald

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Staying true to core values will help shatter barriers to equality
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Rupert Murdoch came a long way to give us a short message at the Lowy Institute's 10th anniversary dinner last week.
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Culture Is The Engine Moving Your Business - Forbes

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Culture Is The Engine Moving Your Business
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Ben wanted the value of continuous improvement and innovation to become embodied in his company. He wanted everyone thinking about better ways to do things.
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"...create a culture that inspires your employees to be the best they can be, and help them to become it." 

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From the Heart: The Importance of Enduring Values - LinkedIn Today

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From the Heart: The Importance of Enduring Values LinkedIn Today The most vital component of my life, which has guided every step of my career, is my character – and its Midwestern "core values".
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Know what you value to get what you want - Boston.com (blog)

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Know what you value to get what you want
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Each of us values different things and therefore will resonate with one or two more than the others.
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Take the time to assess, identify and prioritize your values.

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Changing Thymes: How To Know Exactly When To Evolve Your Organization - Forbes

Changing Thymes: How To Know Exactly When To Evolve Your Organization - Forbes | Core Values | Scoop.it
Changing Thymes: How To Know Exactly When To Evolve Your Organization Forbes Anne pushed this strong group to build on the tactical things it does so well (make, pack, ship) to add in other strategic value-creating activities upstream in the supply...
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Marine Corps leaders get ready to get personal - Washington Post (blog)

Marine Corps leaders get ready to get personal - Washington Post (blog) | Core Values | Scoop.it
Washington Post (blog) Marine Corps leaders get ready to get personal Washington Post (blog) In a nutshell, it's a way to get leaders more involved with what's going on in both the work and personal lives of their Marines, rather than enforcing...
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Who Has Responsibility for Work-Life?: Lessons From Around the World - Huffington Post

Who Has Responsibility for Work-Life?: Lessons From Around the World - Huffington Post | Core Values | Scoop.it
Who Has Responsibility for Work-Life?: Lessons From Around the World Huffington Post There is always a passion as well as an anxiety when the topic of work-life integration is raised as it brings together individual, family, organizational, and...
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7 strategies for building work ethic in your retail employees - Retail Customer Experience

7 strategies for building work ethic in your retail employees - Retail Customer Experience | Core Values | Scoop.it
7 strategies for building work ethic in your retail employees
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4. Make instruction clearly matter. Chester suggests that consistency in employee expectations is a key factor in successfully igniting the work ethic.
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5 ways employees can add value to their startups - ZDNet

5 ways employees can add value to their startups - ZDNet | Core Values | Scoop.it
5 ways employees can add value to their startups ZDNet Yes, it's become a statement that a lot of them relate to, and being a founder and an entrepreneur is definitely something that a lot of the youth aspire for.
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Workplace Flexibility Has Positive Effect On Engagement and Motivation, Survey ... - Bloomberg BNA

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Why You Should Never Eat Lunch at Your Desk - Reuters

Why You Should Never Eat Lunch at Your Desk - Reuters | Core Values | Scoop.it
Why You Should Never Eat Lunch at Your Desk Reuters John Trougakos, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior & HR Management at the University of Toronto recently published a study on lunch break patterns in office workers and says the...
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GameChangers: The World's Top Purpose-Driven Organizations - Forbes

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Why Should Companies and Employees Have Shared Values? - Huffington Post

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Why Should Companies and Employees Have Shared Values?
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However, what you also have in your favor is a culture that is highly unique and staff that completely buys into the vision, values and mantra of the company.
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10 Qualities Every Future Business Needs to Have - Business Insider

10 Qualities Every Future Business Needs to Have - Business Insider | Core Values | Scoop.it
10 Qualities Every Future Business Needs to Have
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These are aggressive, results-driven achievers who assert control, and insist on a hierarchical organizational model. Yet I am seeing more ...
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The DNA of the workplace is changing. You'll need to evolve or perish. - Ibmag

The DNA of the workplace is changing. You'll need to evolve or perish. - Ibmag | Core Values | Scoop.it
The DNA of the workplace is changing. You'll need to evolve or perish.
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Employee values have shifted dramatically. We have four distinct generations ...
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How Successful Companies Hold On To Their Talent -- And Why It's So Important - Forbes

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How Successful Companies Hold On To Their Talent -- And Why It's So Important
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So be sure that you are paying your employees appropriately for the value they are providing.
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How To Ask Questions That Uncover Your Company's Values - Fast Company

How To Ask Questions That Uncover Your Company's Values - Fast Company | Core Values | Scoop.it
Fast Company How To Ask Questions That Uncover Your Company's Values Fast Company As startup coach Dave Kashen puts it, “Select startup values that enable team members to flourish and the company to win in the marketplace.” The clearer you can...
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The Importance of a Digital Culture - Businessweek

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Efficient and effective organizational structures and cultures power growth. Certainly the way that ...
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Want to Innovate? It Starts With Your Corporate Culture - Businessweek

Want to Innovate? It Starts With Your Corporate Culture - Businessweek | Core Values | Scoop.it
Want to Innovate? It Starts With Your Corporate Culture
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As Edgar Schein, author of Organizational Culture and Leadership, put it: “The only thing of real importance that leaders do is to create and manage culture.
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Speak the right cultural language - Business Management Daily

Speak the right cultural language
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Explain organizational values by sharing anecdotes that drive home core themes. Avoid overly technical terms and don't give too much information at once.
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Profitless scrapbooking site Pinterest adds over $1bn to its book value - Register

Profitless scrapbooking site Pinterest adds over $1bn to its book value - Register | Core Values | Scoop.it
Profitless scrapbooking site Pinterest adds over $1bn to its book value Register "We hope to be a service that everyone uses to inspire their future, whether that's dinner tomorrow night, a vacation next summer, or a dream house someday," top dog...
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Five ways to build an extraordinary team culture!

Five ways to build an extraordinary team culture! | Core Values | Scoop.it
By Peter Economy When your employees work together to achieve common goals, everyone wins--you, your business and your customers. Employee teams are one of the best ways to get things done in any business. When you take a group of independently talented people and create a team in which they can merge their talents, not only will a remarkable amount of energy and creativity be released, but their performance, loyalty and engagement will be greatly improved. Here are five steps for building an extraordinary team culture: 1. Create a Team-Oriented Organization Make teamwork one of your core company values, and put a clear emphasis on self-managing teams that are empowered to make their own decisions. Don't just talk about teamwork. Show your employees the seriousness of your commitment by giving teams the authority to get their jobs done on their own terms, while ensuring they accept responsibility for the results. 2. Assign Serious Team Goals Give your teams really important assignments and projects, not just planning for next summer's annual company picnic. Bring teams in when you're looking at new trends in the market, or need to see things through new eyes. It's important to mix it up and not have the same people making the same decisions all the time. Ask them to challenge the status quo and the conventional wisdom. This will help to keep your company fresh and ahead of the game. 3. Encourage Informal Teams More work in organizations is accomplished through informal teams than formal ones. It's therefore in your interest to encourage the proliferation of informal teams throughout your company, addressing any and all issues and opportunities that capture their interest. When your employees are able to tackle concerns themselves, without elevating every little decision to top management, you'll have a much more efficient organization. 4. Cross-Train Employees When employees understand how different areas of the company work, they are more apt to make decisions that benefit the company as a whole, rather than solely their own department or group. Give your employees the opportunity to learn other people's jobs. Some organizations go as far as switching employee roles on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. And don't forget your managers. Have top executives spend a few days working on the front lines with customers or directly with your product. They'll have a new appreciation for what your regular employees go through on the job. 5. Provide Team Resources No matter how talented a company's individuals might be, teams cannot be successful without the proper resources. Teams need a designated and available place where they can regularly meet. Nothing much can be achieved in an over-crowded lunch room. All employees need to be given adequate time to devote to their team meetings, with no grief from supervisors. And make sure to supply your teams with an appropriate budget if required, and the permission--with guidance--to spend it as they see best for the company.
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