7 Signs of a Healthy Workplace Culture

Dimensions is participating in Open Book Management, a concept promoted by The Great Game of Business.  We have implemented several concepts and are now going all in!  We’ve watched videos and the DOHS Team is reading, “Get In The Game,” as our business model and entire team evolve to open book management.  We’re working with a Great Game of Business consultant, Ann-Claire Broughton to ensure a smooth process!

DOHS Open Book Management Mission Statement
Dimensions is practicing open book management (OBM)  to help us evolve as a team-managed organization dedicated to making the workplace a better place both for our internal team and for our clients. This includes embracing financial, environmental, and socially sustainable practices

The Great Game of Business (GGOB) recently sent this email which is worth sharing and we couldn’t agree more with the signs of a healthy workplace culture! 

GGOB: When we talk about “workplace culture” within an organization, what we mean is a set of shared rules, beliefs, and attitudes that dictate how things are done and how people interact.

A good workplace culture is one in which employees feel valued, supported, and motivated to perform at their best and have a sense of purpose and belonging.

 7 Signs of A Healthy Workplace Culture Include:

  • Open Communication: Employees are encouraged to communicate with one another and management transparently and respectfully.
  • Empathy and Respect: The workplace is a respectful environment where employees feel understood and valued and where everyone is treated with kindness and empathy.
  • Collaboration and Teamwork: Employees work together as a team, with a shared goal of achieving success for the company and for themselves.
  • Employee (and DOHS adds: Leadership) Development: The company provides opportunities for employees to learn and grow and invests in their development to help them reach their full potential.
  • Flexibility and Work-Life Balance: The company supports employees in balancing their work and personal lives and recognizes the importance of both.
  • Recognition and Appreciation: Employees are recognized and appreciated for their hard work and contributions to the company.
  • Diversity and Inclusion: The company values diversity and inclusivity and makes an effort to create an environment where everyone feels welcome and supported.

Build A Healthy Workplace Culture With These Practices!
A good workplace culture is essential for creating a positive and productive work environment, which in turn can lead to higher employee satisfaction, engagement, and retention….  And Dimensions adds – enhanced well-being! 

In the DOHS zoom picture: 1st row: David, Karen, Terri, 2nd row: Lauren, Susan, Maria, 3rd row: Matt, Caty, Angelica; 4th row: Madhura. (missing, Lisa and Bill)

GGOB Fundamentals of Workplace Culture

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