Workplace Culture A Great Way To Focus On Sales

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Have you ever thought about your workplace culture? What are your values and how do you all conduct yourself as a whole? What ethos do you present to the outside world, and what would others say your company represents?

That culture can be a great way for you to focus on sales, and on increasing those sales. For example, if your company employees are actually believers in the place that they work, then that will transfer to the customer and to the outside world, leading to improved sales. But those companies who don’t have great engagement are going to feel it, with employees that aren’t as productive and companies that reflect a lower stock price over time. So it’s not just the day-to-day outlook that’s affected, but the long-term health of the company, too. So how do you work on your workplace culture and improve it and focus it in order to make a positive impact? This graphic explains it.

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Shelley Smith, CEO of Premier Rapport, Inc., helps business owners and executives find and repair the “culture leaks” in their organizations that prevent them from being as productive and profitable as they can be. Using a proprietary process of inquiry, awareness and leader development, she helps businesses create the workplace environment teams need to drive success. Throughout her 30-plus-year career, Shelley has developed and implemented plans for large corporations such as Marriott as well as for small “mom-and-pop” businesses to advance their strategies and manifest stronger company cultures. She is the author of five books, including “Brass Ovaries Own Yours: Master the Mindset, Change the Game” and “How to Avoid Culture Big Fat Failure (BFF).” She has been published in Money Inc., Forbes, Entrepreneur and many others.