How can you future-proof your workforce?
Why does culture matter?
Fear, anxiety, and relational tension at work can create an unhealthy and toxic culture that negatively affects business. The work environment you create is crucial to nurturing high performance in the workplace. When people thrive in their work, your business will too.
Why Culture of Trust?
“Nothing is as fast as the speed of trust.” – Stephen Covey
In the 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer Survey, only 37% of the respondents rated company CEOs as credible and trustworthy—an all-time low. But as economies and businesses become more volatile and unpredictable, the value of trust in an organization grows even more.
A strong culture creates a strong team. A team of individuals who trust one another are more equipped to face challenges and adapt to the times. To rise up in tough situations, and to excel when times are good. Trust creates good relationships, teamwork, and collaboration—the very elements that make a good organization great.
The Great Place to Work® Institute is the “global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. There are two main spheres to a great place to work: the Culture Audit, and the Trust Index.
In 2015 we participated in the official survey for the first time. The survey was answered anonymously by our staff, and we received a 98% rating in trust index. This is the highest recorded score, worldwide for the Trust Index. The Trust Index is measured in five areas: credibility, respect, fairness, camaraderie and pride at work. We were also recognized in the Great Place to Work® Singapore list, ranking 4th, the only SME on the list.
Our Vision is for a global workforce that is happy and fulfilled in what they do, passionate about creating products and services that will enable communities to flourish. We see that building great corporate cultures, where people enjoy going to work, contributes greatly to the success of the individual, and the organization.
If your company has been struggling in the area of employee motivation, low morale, and relational tension, it’s time for culture change. Start with our mini e-book to learn practical ways to start creating a culture of trust. It’s a long journey, and the work is daily, but it’s an investment in your people. And it’s your people that will help you bring the change needed to bring the company forward.