3 COMMON LEADERSHIP MISTAKES THAT MAKE A MISERABLE COMPANY CULTURE
Want to build a constructive culture that brings out the best in your employees? Then you must learn about common cultural mistakes that many leaders make. Doing so can help you steer clear of committing these same errors within your own organization, as Jason explains in his recent column for Entrepreneur.com that reveals the top mistakes to avoid. Read an excerpt below:
“1. The crappy culture tax. Otherwise known as ‘golden handcuffs,’ this common mistake is when a company or department compensates for cultural deficiencies or poor leadership with a boatload of money. It’s understood that people stay for the cash, not because they love their work or feel good about what they do each day.”
To learn more about which cultural gaffes can leave your team feeling miserable and how you can avoid making these errors in the first place, click here.
Here’s to earning what you’re worth!
JASON FORREST (two time Stevie Award winner – 2014 Silver Stevie Award for sales training program of the year, and 2013 Gold Stevie Award for sales training or education leader of the year) is an expert at creating high-performance sales organizations through sales training programs, management training programs, and cultural awareness training. He addresses beliefs (not just behaviors) to increase sales, develop leaders, implement cultural accountability, and transform companies into sales organizations. A sales professional at heart, Forrest believes in both the art and science of the sales process. Forrest’s competitive distinction is his behavior-modification approach (which focuses on people, process, and presentation) and his focus on beliefs, not just behaviors.
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