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How Can An Organisation Build A Great Company Culture?

For this episode of Linked4Energy, I interviewed Shea Harty, the company culture designer of The ArchiTECHts.  She is going to share a few tips about the best company culture. The main question of this interview is:

How Can An Organisation Build A Great Company Culture?

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I asked Shea the following questions:

Entrepreneur - Improving Company Culture Starts With Wellness, Vivian Acquah, Linked4Energy
Source: Entrepreneur
  • Can you explain why wellness is important when an organisation wants to improve their culture?
  • Can you share 3 tips regarding building a great company culture
  • In 2025, what will happen to company cultures? What is your prediction?

Interview Highlights

  • A creative and multi-talented woman with a background in recruitment, compensation, talent management and marketing.

Employees sustainability is about the engagement of the employee!

  • Yes, I see a big difference. It’s huge! I think here in the Netherlands we don’t talk about company culture as much!
  • In the United States, we put more effort in employee branding and being a top employer attracting the talent.
  • Employees are saying that they don’t have time to participate which to me it just doesn’t make any sense.

The company culture starts with the employee experience

  • For true employee experience, it goes on before they are an employee and even after. Ambassadorship is key!
  • All that is part of the culture and making sure that those aligned with the company values is key.

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Shea Harty
The ArchTECHts

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Vivian Acquah

As an inclusive Workplace Wellness Advocate, I advise managers on how to keep their team members engaged, energized, and safe in a sustainable, manner. What I do is make topics related to workplace wellness & DEI accessible to everyone. I encourage people to think consciously and inspire them to take action.