Creating An Organizational Culture Of A Company

1061 Words Jun 25th, 2016 5 Pages
As a way to foster collaboration, employees can utilize their strengths to build others up and also learn from the areas in which others may be stronger. Fostering collaboration can be effective when the leader has aligned the goals of the company with the strengths present among the employees. Employees are able to understand how important their contribution to the organization is and they can trust the skills of their coworkers as well. In the long-term, employees become more present and valuable to an organization because they are active in working towards the visions and goals of the company. Relationships among employees also improve because a mutual respect for how everyone contributes overall is acknowledged. Creating an organizational culture that promotes and recognizes employees that are exceptional, and also developing opportunities for any areas of growth, will ultimately benefit the organization as a whole.
Development and mentoring
When developing a plan for the growth of a company facing many issues it is unlikely that focusing on one department, such as Admissions, will address all of the problematic areas. This organization was in need of actions that could develop a solid foundation for its employees to grow and become more effective in their roles. Mentoring will play a huge part in rebuilding the morale and ethical standards of the employees. According to Pressley (2015) "We should not count on mentoring to happen by chance or accident; we must be…
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