Apr 4, 2023
On today's episode of Centricity, our host Sean Doyle sits down
with Rom LaPointe, a trusted advisor for CEOs, leadership teams,
and boards in achieving ideal performance, cultivating healthy
cultures, and attaining results. In part one of this two-part
series, Rom shares his insights on creating a healthy company
culture and its significance in the workplace.
The Significance of Culture
- Culture-related problems and turnover cause a staggering loss
of over 223 billion dollars annually. Despite this, many CEOs
remain reluctant to invest in cultivating a healthy and enjoyable
- To establish a good work culture, employees and team members
must be engaged and enthusiastic about their work. They should
derive satisfaction and not consider their paychecks as the only
- Marketing and culture share many similarities. While marketing
focuses on presenting products and services to customers and
clients, culture emphasizes presenting stories about employees and
what it feels like to work at a particular organization.
- Since the pandemic, remote work has become increasingly common.
58% of employees believe they can work remotely. Although remote
work offers certain advantages, working in person has its own
unique benefits. LaPointe has found that a combination of both
options leads to the best outcomes.
If you wish to learn more about workplace culture or connect
with LaPointe, his newsletter and blog can be found on his
website www.capricornleadership.com, or you can check out
his LinkedIn profile.