3 Ways to Reinforce Culture & Values in Your Training Curriculum

Are your employees representing your company’s core values?

Unfortunately, few companies take the time and effort to really answer this important question. After all, company values are meant for posters on the breakroom walls, right?

Wrong. Businesses that think company culture and core values don’t affect the bottom line are missing out on a vast opportunity for productivity and profitability. According to an article from the Association for Talent Development, internalized values relate directly to job commitment, decision making, job satisfaction, lower turnover, and positive work attitudes. Instilling values can be a powerful tool for business success.

Most companies, however, are falling a bit short in making their values “live” throughout the organization. Lorri Freifeld, writing for Training Magazine, discusses these harrowing findings from LRN Corporation’s HOW Report:

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