We’re currently living and working in the most competitive business environment the world has ever seen. Improvements in technology and mass communication have reduced to almost nothing the amount of time an organization can differentiate itself from its competitors based on what it does or makes.
Because of that, it’s crucial to create the best culture — and hire and retain the best people — possible. Long-term success depends on establishing your identity as an organization:
your culture, your mission, your vision, your values, your beliefs, how and who you hire, and the way you enable and inspire top talent.
Leading organizations have realized they need to increase their investment and focus on people and culture to succeed. As the HR leader at your organization, you’re an integral player in your company’s success.
At a time when the gap between your competitors is smaller than ever, people are realizing that what sets companies apart has less to do with what you do and is more about who you are.