Take a look at Fortune’s list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, and you’ll see a long, disparate collection of businesses that span several industries. In the top ten placements alone, there are tech companies, financial and insurance services, a grocery store, a real estate investment trust, and a consulting firm. Though their focuses of expertise vary wildly, they all share one thing in common: their respective employees enjoy a superior sense of job satisfaction. It’s no coincidence that those enterprises with the happiest employees are also known for their supportive corporate cultures. 

Corporate_CultureIt may come as no surprise that Google is the #1 company on Fortune’s list. Even those who are barely familiar with the company (in as so much as they prefer it to Bing for their Internet searches) will have heard about the immense perks the corporation awards its employees. Organic, healthy meals prepared by chefs, on-site fitness classes, comprehensive medical plans, nap rooms, and spa services barely scrape the surface of why Google has locked in at the top for seven years running. Google scores high on all of Fortune’s criteria consistently, including job satisfaction, communication, pay and benefits programs, and corporate credibility. 

At first, the complimentary access to expensive and often times exclusive services can overshadow the real importance of what Google has done – which is create an inclusive, supportive culture that aims to prove to its employees that they are valued and respected as individuals first and employees second. The tech giant has cultivated a set of values, attitudes, and behaviours that influences the social organization of the company, creating a free and open space for staff to interact and collaborate. 

Though Google is unique in that it has seemingly unlimited resources to support their belief system, each and every company has the power to create its own identity. When stripped down to its bare bones, the corporate culture of any given space is how individuals treat each other. Far more than just an official mandate, the culture answers the questions of how a company chooses to do business as opposed to what they do to make money. The nuances of your own corporate culture will be as unique as your business, and which values and attitudes you choose to emphasize will depend on the types of behaviours and loyalties you want to instill in your staff.  

What you want your company to stand for is the easy part. What you need to execute in order to make it a reality within your office is a different story. Sometimes, in order to answer this question, you need expert guidance from the world’s top corporate culture professionals. Individuals like Ty Bennett, Ryan Estis, and Doug Lipp, who, between the three of them have assisted some of the biggest organizations solidify their corporate identities, are available to coach your through your questions. You could join the ranks of Coca-Cola, Blue Cross, Re/Max, AT&T, Microsoft, and Disney by securing these professionals for an inspiring engagement on culture.

Browse our list of Corporate Culture Speakers to see which individual would best suit your corporate aspirations. Don’t hesitate to call should you have a question about their topics, speaking styles, or availability. An agent is waiting to speak to you about the specific advantages to picking one speaker over another, so please get it touch. Together, we’ll find a cultural expert who can help you craft (and adhere to) the perfect corporate philosophy for your business. 

Editor’s Note:

Thank you for checking out our website! For all of your event booking needs such as booking inspirational speakers or entertainers we’re ready go when you are. Give us a call or email to start a dialogue.

Take a look at Fortune’s list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, and you’ll see a long, disparate collection of businesses that span several industries. In the top ten placements alone, there are tech companies, financial and insurance services, a grocery store, a real estate investment trust, and a consulting firm. Though their focuses of expertise vary wildly, they all share one thing in common: their respective employees enjoy a superior sense of job satisfaction. It’s no coincidence that those enterprises with the happiest employees are also known for their supportive corporate cultures. 

Corporate_CultureIt may come as no surprise that Google is the #1 company on Fortune’s list. Even those who are barely familiar with the company (in as so much as they prefer it to Bing for their Internet searches) will have heard about the immense perks the corporation awards its employees. Organic, healthy meals prepared by chefs, on-site fitness classes, comprehensive medical plans, nap rooms, and spa services barely scrape the surface of why Google has locked in at the top for seven years running. Google scores high on all of Fortune’s criteria consistently, including job satisfaction, communication, pay and benefits programs, and corporate credibility. 

At first, the complimentary access to expensive and often times exclusive services can overshadow the real importance of what Google has done – which is create an inclusive, supportive culture that aims to prove to its employees that they are valued and respected as individuals first and employees second. The tech giant has cultivated a set of values, attitudes, and behaviours that influences the social organization of the company, creating a free and open space for staff to interact and collaborate. 

Though Google is unique in that it has seemingly unlimited resources to support their belief system, each and every company has the power to create its own identity. When stripped down to its bare bones, the corporate culture of any given space is how individuals treat each other. Far more than just an official mandate, the culture answers the questions of how a company chooses to do business as opposed to what they do to make money. The nuances of your own corporate culture will be as unique as your business, and which values and attitudes you choose to emphasize will depend on the types of behaviours and loyalties you want to instill in your staff.  

What you want your company to stand for is the easy part. What you need to execute in order to make it a reality within your office is a different story. Sometimes, in order to answer this question, you need expert guidance from the world’s top corporate culture professionals. Individuals like Ty Bennett, Ryan Estis, and Doug Lipp, who, between the three of them have assisted some of the biggest organizations solidify their corporate identities, are available to coach your through your questions. You could join the ranks of Coca-Cola, Blue Cross, Re/Max, AT&T, Microsoft, and Disney by securing these professionals for an inspiring engagement on culture.

Browse our list of Corporate Culture Speakers to see which individual would best suit your corporate aspirations. Don’t hesitate to call should you have a question about their topics, speaking styles, or availability. An agent is waiting to speak to you about the specific advantages to picking one speaker over another, so please get it touch. Together, we’ll find a cultural expert who can help you craft (and adhere to) the perfect corporate philosophy for your business. 

Editor’s Note:

Thank you for checking out our website! For all of your event booking needs such as booking inspirational speakers or entertainers we’re ready go when you are. Give us a call or email to start a dialogue.