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The People’s Leader
You are doing everything you can to breathe life into your company. The company day-outs, flexible hours and yes, the welfare perks. You’ve spoken to every member of your organisation on a personal level and even know the names of their pets. It’s not working and it’s time to make a change.
Results Driven Leader
Non-committed and disengaged. Does that describe your team? Working in such an environment sucks. Not to mention the KPIs your team has to miraculously account for. It’s time to take action and turn this situation around. It’s your chance to finally get those awesome results!
The Concerned Worker
Perhaps the issue lies with your boss. Or perhaps it’s your team-mates. Whatever the case, you’ve tried every tip in the book and still you dread going to work. ‘Happy’ and ‘Work’ are 2 words that just don’t mix. Well, here’s your chance to make a difference. Your leaders will thank you for it.
The Modern Leader
Stuck in a traditional world. The company has been operating the same way it has been since a century ago. Sure, new tech has come in but you know deep within your heart that the authoritarian ways aren’t working any more. You’re ready to be the changemaker of your organisation. Onward!
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The Work Culture Development Specialist
Since the 1960s, organizational culture has been studied intensively with virtually all research pointing to the same astonishing result. Companies with better culture outperform their competitors in all areas of importance, including profits, productivity, happiness, creativity and employee loyalty (see right for some examples). Great companies start building their culture at a young stage, but few leaders know what to look out for and how to work it well. Thus, most companies struggle with human issues every day. Perhaps you might be in one such company. Vinco specializes in Culture-Building. We have honed our senses to identify cultural markers in your organisation and developed strategies to turn it into a thriving culture. We’ve done it with our clients and we can do it for you. A positive culture attracts talents and customers, and ultimately feeds your bottom line. And we’ve got decades of research to back it up.
% Increase In Productivity
(Harvard Business Review)
% Increase In Earnings
% Increase In Sales
(Harvard Business Review)
% Decrease In Staff Turnover
Articles on Work Culture
Useful Tips, Strategies & Opinions For A Happier Workplace
Must we always have a strongly defined work culture and a strong work culture? Well, let us explore. Companies typically fall into one of the four categories below. A strongly defined culture means that the company has clearly written down its business philosophies, goals and mission. There is high alignment in what each company[...]
Most companies have a set of company values/principals/philosophies which was crafted to help them guide their business decision and work culture. The intent is undeniably great, but unfortunately most company values become nothing more than ‘ideals’ mentioned during company interviews and audits. A wide number of companies have values such as ‘Excellence’, ‘Honesty’ and a[...]
Many have already made their own conclusions about what it means to manage and lead in the ‘Manager’ vs ‘Leader’ debate. One of the greatest difference between a leader and a manager is this: Managers seize control to gain control. Leaders cede control to gain control. Most managers micro-manage and set in[...]
Every employee under your care can be assessed under two very broad categories. Work Culture-Fit and Skills-Fit. The employee who is the perfect culture fit for your company is an advocate of your company’s philosophy. He/she holds the company values close to his heart and lives it. An employee who is a good culture[...]
According to David Logan, author of Tribal Leadership, words and actions of employees are the most telling of company culture. After all, these are the most observable characteristics. Allow me to illustrate further by asking a few questions. Are your staff more likely to say. “This rule was told to us by the management.[...]
Culture is defined as “the ideas, customs, and social behaviour of a particular people or society.” Indeed, wherever you can find a group of people interacting with one another (or not), a culture exists. In the workplace, where we typically spend 1/3 of our lives at, company culture is often the factor that decides our[...]
Met up with 2 millionaire multi-business owners this morning and we chatted at length about Company Culture systems and growth phases of companies. With regards to building a company, there are many different models out there, each one to its own merit. One model which is popular around the world can be found here. It[...]
This morning, I caught up with an old acquaintance – Jack Wong. I first met Jack back in a GBI (Guerilla Business Intensive) Course by T Harv Eker back in 2012. It was the period of time when I was just beginning to touch the surface of entrepreneurship. Only in 2013 did I came out[...]
Perhaps one of the greatest happenings in the tech and HR worlds is the coverage Amazon.com, Inc’s company culture has received over the past month. Not that it’s anything new, just that social media takes a while to uncover and spread stuff that isn’t shockingly new. Whether Amazon will take a hit from this[...]
Tribal Leadership in Company Culture Tribal Leadership (published 2008), by Dave Logan and John King, was the very first book on company culture I got my hands on. It is an extremely well written book, with an easy-to-understand philosophy derived from a 10-year study of approximately 24,000 people in more than 2 dozen corporations.[...]