3 Successful Examples of Circular Thinking at Work

When companies place their employees on the top of their priority list, profits follow. These three companies demonstrate how a business culture based on the circular traits of relationships, humanity, happiness, and openness can deliver the linear measurements of success owners seek (profits, bottom line, etc.).

These companies all have one thing in common: They established a culture where people come before profits. The employees they hire feel valued as whole human beings not just machines. This leads to higher commitment, greater loyalty, and increased productivity which ultimately results in a successful business however you define success.

3 Examples of Great Organizational Culture You Can Learn From

Written by:

Michelle Eades

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Author: Kim Hudson

My previous work experience includes exploration geology experience, land negotiator for the Federal Government on the Yukon Comprehensive Claim, consultant to Yukon First Nations, researcher for a law firm specializing in aboriginal law, author and developer and workshop presenter of Balanced Leadership and Two Culture Talks.

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