Chief Culture Officer: Job Description, Salary & ROI

Does “chief culture officer” sound like yet another superfluous title to you? Well, it isn’t—it defines your organization’s culture. And your organization’s culture is integral to your overall success.

More and more companies realize that culture isn’t solely about keeping employees happy. Instead, it’s making sure that all employees are on the same page regarding the company’s mission, vision, and values.

Although chief culture officers are relatively new in the C suite, they make a massive difference to the business. Find out how in this article.

What Does a Chief Culture Officer Do?

A chief culture officer—sometimes called the “head of culture”—is responsible for maintaining an organization’s culture. And that means ensuring all departments align with the organization’s mission, vision, and values.

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