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Culture Vs. Vision: How They Can Work Together

The strength of your company’s vision and the health of your company’s culture will dictate its potential for success.  Who wouldn’t prefer to work in a setting where he or she felt valued and part of a greater purpose, and how can the managers in your organization help foster that positive culture?

A great culture starts with a great vision or mission statement.  Vision statements instill purpose, and purpose inspires authentic work and provides ground-level direction for every decision. Verbalize a strong vision and you lay some sturdy groundwork for positive corporate culture.

As a leader, you are pivotal in making the connection between vision and culture.The results will be better relationships between human resources and C-suite decision-making, increased job security for you and your team, and eventually a company vision that works with company culture to expand growth and corporate potential for success.

Grab a free copy of our whitepaper, Culture vs. Vision: How They Can Work Together, it outlines:

  • Vision Still Matters
  • Why Culture Matters
  • When Culture and Vision Work Together

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