In this ariticle you will take a deeper dive into Understanding Your Organizational Culture.
In the first installment of this article on organizational culture, we looked at the power culture, the role culture plays and how to gain influence in each. Today we move to the final two cultures of Charles Handy’s seminal model: task culture and people culture.
If you’ve seen the recent pictures of the hurricanes that hit Texas, Florida or Puerto Rico, you realize that water has immense power. It rushes everywhere and subsumes everything under its wake.
In Chapter Three of my upcoming book, Influence: What’s the Missing Piece, we discuss the organizational culture and the landscape for high return on investment. One of these cultures is connectedness that results in friendships.
In Part One of our previous post on friendship and connection at work, we talked about the importance of having workplace friendships.
Today, we turn to how to actually build healthy friendships at work.
In Chapter Three of my upcoming book Influence: What’s the Missing Piece?, we discuss the organizational culture and the landscape for high return on investment. In today’s article, I want to dig deeper into one facet of something covered in that chapter.
One of the key aspects of a healthy organizational culture is that people need to foster strong relationships at work. Let’s call this the connection factor.