A Little Book about Workplace Culture
Price: $4.99 CAD
One of the most meaningful things we can do with our time is to help to create workplaces where people like to work. When a workplace culture is purposefully created to be respectful and inspiring, people are happier, more productive, and more engaged.
This book is an abbreviated version of The Culture Question: How to Create a Workplace Where People Like to Work. This shorter resource (a 20-minute read) was created so that the information presented would be more accessible to all. Our hope is that this book will be the spark that ignites conversations in workplaces around the world about the importance of a healthy workplace culture. You are already contributing to workplace culture, and this book is an invitation to be more intentional about how you are contributing to it.
Six key elements of a healthy workplace culture are presented, and questions for reflection follow each of them. The accessibility of this book and the reflection questions make it an ideal resource for teams to review and discuss together.
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About the Authors
Randy Grieser, Eric Stutzman, Wendy Loewen, and Michael Labun are leaders and consultants with ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership. For over a decade, they have been part of the team that has positioned ACHIEVE as one of the premier providers of professional development training in the industry. At the heart of their work is a belief that people should be able to like where they work. They are passionate about inspiring learning and improving lives.
“A Little Book About Workplace Culture is a thoughtful, accessible, and quick reference that will inspire leaders to improve their workplace’s culture and create happier and healthier organizations.”
Jennifer Ferguson, Executive Director, Red River Planning District
“The six priorities outlined in this little book serve as a clear guide to organizations and leaders who want to create a better workplace culture.”
– Mounia El Barkaoui, Learning Specialist, Organizational Development, IG Wealth Management Human Resources