Stephanie Monge-Sherman

5 Common Pitfalls of Incorporating Culture & Change Management—And How to Avoid Them

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By Stephanie Monge-Sherman

There’s pivotal interplay between company culture and the overall success of a company. From owners of small businesses to CEOs of large corporations, this fact is recognized, embraced and leveraged to strengthen a company’s infrastructure. In fact, many people consider company culture to be the factor that determines whether a company falters or thrives. But you don’t have to believe that company culture is solely critical to a company’s success to acknowledge that employee engagement, support, and happiness are incredibly important. Read More...

How to Get Your Team to Adopt Your Company Vision While Supporting Company Culture

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By Stephanie Monge-Sherman

A company vision can be incredibly abstract and hard to put into perspective, but it’s also key for a company’s success. After all, if you don’t know where you want to go, it’s pretty tough to get there. Once you’ve accomplished the (not insignificant) task of setting out your company vision and identifying the steps to get there, it’s time to get your team onboard. Leadership alone can’t produce results; cohesive teamwork at all levels is absolutely necessary, no matter the objective or the size of the company. Read More...

Employee Loyalty: The Answer to Job-Hopping

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By Stephanie Monge-Sherman

If you’re expecting to pick a new hire after 1-2 interviews and have them stay for the rest of their career, you’re likely in for a disappointment: the days of guaranteed long-term hiring are over.

Job hopping, or the act of moving between jobs every year or two, is on the rise as employees look for the right fit. Employers now have to not only attract talent, but also work to keep them if they want their business to grow and thrive. This makes earning employee loyalty crucial since it’s key to retaining talent.

Employee loyalty is built on a few important pillars: recognition, leadership, incentives, engagement, and culture. The transformational leadership model is the true answer to continual job-hopping: it involves a leadership style that encourages employees to innovate and craft change for the betterment of a company’s future.


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Is Competition Really Healthy in the Workplace?

Competition

By Stephanie Monge-Sherman

In more recent years, companies have been starting to realize just how important workplace culture is, and how fundamentally it is tied to the success of the business. Where companies were previously attracting top talent on salary and benefits alone, it now takes more than that and something exponentially harder to offer: potential employees want to know that they’ll be happy in the workplace and experience job satisfaction in their role—no easy feat. Read More...