“Workplace culture” describes the unwritten rules and social patterns of how work gets done in your organization. What defines your culture depends on numerous everyday actions taken by employees, managers, leaders, and executives.
Learn why the actions your company takes and the relationships you build during Black History Month can generate benefits that last long beyond February. Leverage these five great suggestions for impactful programming that increases employee engagement and drives community collaboration.
Providing employees with direct and honest feedback, even when it’s negative, is a crucial part of their professional development and your success as a business. Understand how to deliver negative feedback in the most constructive way.
Take a closer look at Black History Month, when and why it was established, and inspiring ways to celebrate it. Consider the importance of encouraging everyone in your organization to participate, learn, and honor Black Americans, not only throughout the month but throughout the year.