Your organization has spent a lot of time working on the details of your company vision. You’ve put together a mission statement. You’ve created a corporate culture that reflects your core values. And, you’ve developed a code of conduct that is very specific about what it is you expect from your employees. But are your employees following your code of conduct. If you need to make sure that everyone working your city of Tampa jobs in a way that is compatible for your mission, here are questions to ask yourself.
Is your vision inspiring?
Your mission probably explains what your company does and how it does it, but there’s more. How does your company vision inspire your team to act? If they follow this vision, how will they be rewarded in satisfaction? There needs to be something that encourages action on the part of your employees or they won’t be interested in doing things the company way.
Are you employees satisfied?
Check to see which employees are satisfied with their jobs. Now find out why. What about your company excites them? What about their job makes the happy to come to work every day? Now, how can you translate this to the rest of your team and communicate it through your company vision and mission statement?
Do actions mean more than words?
The most well thought out and inspiring company vision won’t get people moving in the right direction if it isn’t followed up by action. The most important thing you can do to instill excitement in the rest of your team is to exemplify your own company vision every day on the job. This kind of motivation is a top-down process, so make sure your actions say as much about your vision as the mission statement.
Do you communicate your vision often?
Another thing that makes companies successful in implementing and living out their corporate vision is repetition. How often do you reinforce these core values with your staff? Is everything you do in the company done through the filter of this vision? Look at big examples like Google and Apple and see how their company vision really lives and breathes every day in the workplace.
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