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6 Secrets to Build an Amazing Company Culture

Barry Moltz - Nationally recognized author & small business expert and Tim Sanders – Former Yahoo! executive
Culture has taken on a whole new meaning in today’s workforce. It is a leading characteristic of your company’s brand. Yet few companies find ways to bring their culture to life and create a community of success that adds immeasurable value in and out of the office.

• Avoid the common mistakes of culture creation
• Hire and retain talent that lives and breathes your culture
• Keep the communication channels open
• Use your culture as a competitive advantage
Sep 10 2013
56 mins
6 Secrets to Build an Amazing Company Culture
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    • Keep the communication channels open
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