When your team has strong company pride, it increases unity and makes for a better working environment. People who are proud of their place of work are likely to recommend their friends to work there and to do business with that firm. How do you build company pride?
It Starts at the Top, but Not in the Way You Think
If the boss is always talking about how great his company is, it can be off-putting. On the other hand, if the boss is always demonstrating how great his company is, the staff will follow his lead.
People want to see goodness at the top. When the boss is generous with an employee whose child is ill, or comes to the receptionist’s grandmother’s funeral bearing flowers and granting a week paid time off, people think, “Wow, this is a great place to work.” So, bosses, be nice.
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