Corporate Behaviour

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Corporate behaviour is an important aspect of any business. The right behaviour can cause your company to sky rocket with effective productivity and reputation. Poor behaviour can cause a company’s productivity and reputation to plummet. There are many different ways to influence a corporate behaviour change, but the first step is to understand what behaviour is. How can you change behaviour if you don’t know what it is?  

In life and business, behaviour affects everything. A great corporate behaviour can open the door to creating happy customers, and new customers. What exactly is behaviour?  In this section we will discuss what behaviour is, and what facilitates behaviour. By the end of this journey, you should have a good understanding of what corporate behaviour is, and how to implement it in your company

There are many alternate names for corporate behaviour; company culture, organizational behaviour, but all basically mean the same; the collective actions and values of a company. Corporate behaviour has many benefits, and those benefits are contingent upon what your company values are. Some benefits could be reduced costs for supplies, employee engagement and motivation, or reduced absenteeism. Let’s explore some of the areas you can use to define your company values.

There are an immeasurable amount of categories of corporate behaviour. The trick is finding out what behaviour you need your company to adopt. This could include adopting values like punctuality or safety. A great corporate behaviour can make or break a company, so it is important to provide the appropriate support for your employees. We are going to explore together some of the more major categories of corporate behaviour.

Managerial structure is one of the most important aspects of a company’s corporate behaviour. If you do not have appropriate, effective, and knowledgeable managers, you don’t have happy employees.  There is a well-known saying that employees leave managers, not companies. That is a fairly accurate statement, the management is what the employee has the most contact with. A poor manager can be easily spotted by the amount of turnover they have in their department. According to Forbes, 31% of employees quit their jobs solely because of their supervisors. So how can you make the most of your management team? Let’s discuss it together

There are many ways in which a company can outline its ethics or values. Being involved in a company that has a great corporate behaviour is very satisfying for an employee. A well rounded company should be able to see outside the scope of just their company. Having some values that are based on philanthropy or environmental causes boosts employee morale and company image. Everyone wants to buy from and work for a company that makes the world a better place to live in

We as consumers hold companies responsible for their actions, so why wouldn’t we do the same for our employees? Employee accountability helps the employee take ownership of increasing productivity and decreasing waste. Having accountable employees also helps increase morale and customer satisfaction. The most important aspect is to make sure you are making the employees accountable in a fair manner. If your child failed his homework assignment, would you disown them? Hopefully not, you would tell them to do better next time, and maybe come up with some ways to help! As a company, you can do the same things for your employees

Employees have a right to go to a work environment that they feel safe in. Making sure that they feel safe is your job as the employer. There are many ways to instil the sense of safety in your employees. Having policies and procedures in line is a great way to show your employees you care about their safety.

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