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Announcing Free Workplace Culture Report
The culture of a company determines profitability, staff morale and even how likely staff are to injure themselves at work. Discover three core areas that every senior leader needs to keep in balance, in order to create a positive workplace culture.
Often, it’s fixing the little things that have the biggest impact. The report also highlights 8 telltale signs that indicate a poor workplace safety culture and how to fix them.
Smart company leaders know that to improve the performance of their company, they need to ensure staff are happy and safe, but often don’t know where to start.
This exclusive 10 page white paper looks at:
· What signs to look for in your company that indicate a poor workplace safety culture, with steps on how to improve these areas.
· A new workplace culture model – based on three key areas that senior leaders need to focus on for peak business performance.
· Why trust is the “secret sauce” that senior leaders must aim for, when improving their organizational culture.
“For years, companies have asked me about what techniques they can use to improve their workplace safety culture,” explains Marie-Claire Ross, Digicast’s Principal Consultant, who created the workplace culture model. She continued, “By delving through lots of research, I’ve come up with three key factors that can easily be monitored and improved, in order to create a high performance workplace culture”.
For a complete copy of the whitepaper, visit http://www.digicast.com.au/
About Digicast Productions
Established in 1991, Digicast Productions is a video content producer (http://www.digicast.com.au) that specializes in both internal and external communication. Our communication programs work to change behavior from aligning staff with your culture, launching new initiatives and training staff to keep them safe and productive. For more information, visit Digicast or The Workplace Communicator blog (http://www.digicast.com.au/
Contact Marie-Claire Ross
+ 61 3 9696-4400