The perfect marriage
In an interview in these columns, Michael Lee Stallard had spoken about the importance of a connection culture in addressing six specific human needs in the work context: respect, recognition, belonging, autonomy, personal growth, and meaning. This, he says, is drastically different from a culture of control where individuals with power, control, and status rule over the rest. To ensure productivity and growth, make sure to create an energizing environment wherein employees feel valued.
The concept of corporate culture has changed significantly over the years. Today, most companies recognize that while the work that is done is extremely important, it is equally important to build an image that is ethical, fair, and employee-friendly by introducing deliberate steps in its work culture. They are consciously trying to carve out their own culture and shape their individual identity that would improve overall performance and steer their companies towards growth.
A major part of this identity is dependent on the people that are employed as well as the domain of the industry. Companies now recognize that human talent needs to be the best fit not only in terms of their expertise and academic qualifications, but also with regard to their personalities. However, there obviously are multiple