How can you and your team create a workplace culture you can be proud of, that makes you all want to come into work every day and that brings out the best in your team?
The other day I was chatting with a director of a small charity. He was reminiscing about how his whole team used to cook and eat lunch together at his previous place of work. It was the best place he had ever worked, he said.
"I’m not sure whether it was a great place to work because we did stuff like eating together, or because we did stuff like that, it became a great place to work," he wondered.
It is a good question. A bit like the chicken and the egg, when creating a great workplace culture, what comes first?
There are two things we hear time and again from clients that are affecting the culture they want to see in their organisations:
Author & Curator
Nigel Berman is the founder of School of the Wild.