Sounds easy, right Well, it is if you have leaders who are visible and accessible to everyone . These leaders will support a strong, well-defined culture that will encourage and maintain their current talent. It is a growing trend for top management to come back down where they revisit what started it all. At Home Depot, part of the job of senior executives and board members is to regularly visit stores and instill a family feeling. Top managers at Southwest Airlines must spend one day in the field each quarter to see what goes on outside the office. Other companies management visit facilities, eat lunch in the employee cafeteria, go to company sponsored sporting events, and volunteer for local charities. A smart executive is one for the people. These are just some innovative alternatives that companies use to reassure employees have their attention and support.
There are several tips and tidbits that can catch and employees attention. We will revisit the effective ones in practice and introduce some new ones as well. They are as follows:
1.Foster a sense of family and community, so people feel that they are working for a cause as well as a company.