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The Importance of Culture in Organizations

Written by: Mary Smith Organizational culture is more important to your company’s long-term success than you may know. Most researchers agree that a large part of an organization’s success stems from its culture. But why is it important? How do understand and build company culture? How can having a positive organizational culture help your business? IA Business Advisors have been helping organizations build positive company cultures for 25 years, so we offer our expertise to these commonly asked questions surrounding organizational culture. Why is organizational culture important? Organizational culture adds...

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How Your Environment Influences You

Hi team, Mary here! Welcome to 2021. It shouldn’t come as a shock, considering 2020 was one environmentally influencing year, but your environment plays a huge role in what influences you every day. It affects your mental health, including your outlook on life and stress, depression, and anxiety levels. Understanding what in our environment influences us and how is the first step we can take towards combatting negative environmental influence. Types of Environmental Influence There are a few types of environmental influence that could be affecting you, including physical and...

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Leadership vs Management: What’s the Difference?

Leadership and management seem to be used interchangeably in the business world. However, they are not the same. Leaders and managers actually have different roles in an organization. Each is defined and unique, but they work together, hand-in-hand, to drive an organization and its team members forward. Although, it is possible for one individual to be both a leader and a manager. This doesn’t mean the words are interchangeable, it just means it’s possible for one person to encompass both. What is a leader? Leader’s inspire employees. They motivate and...

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Setting S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Hi team, Mary here! With 2021 right around the corner, now is the time people start considering their New Year’s resolutions. Personally, I prefer to call them New Year’s goals because I think goals are easier for people to deal with, they are less likely to be given up on because they are adaptable, and they can feel more rewarding when reached. Additionally, I think New Year’s resolutions have a negative connotation to them; roughly 80% of people give up on their resolutions by February, so it seems societal norm...

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