In today’s rapidly evolving world, building an inclusive workplace culture has become more important than ever. An inclusive work environment not only promotes diversity but also creates a sense of belonging and respect for all employees, regardless of their background, race, gender, age, sexual orientation, or abilities.
Behavioural change and culture change are both important factors in the new world of work. Changing how staff and leaders see themselves and their roles within an organisation can help increase problem-solving and productivity.
But what is the difference between behavioural change and culture change? And can you get one without the other? We look at this in this month’s blog.
One of the signs of good company culture is one that values curiosity and learning. For employees to build their careers within your business, they need to grow beyond the role for which they were hired and flourish within their careers. Yet, as everyone’s needs and goals are different, sending someone on a predetermined set of courses may not always get the best out of them.
Instead, access to coaching can have considerable benefits for your employees and your business. In this blog, we’re going to look at how coaching for employees helps them shine and grow within your business.