By Karen Greenbaum, President and CEO, AESC

A healthy organizational culture is good for business. “Companies with healthy cultures have three times greater total returns to shareholders,” McKinsey partner Brooke Weddle said in a podcast interview.

A positive organizational culture has the power to reduce turnover, elevate productivity and significantly improve employee engagement and loyalty. At the other end of the spectrum, negative organizational cultures lead to increased employee turnover, a noticeable lack of engagement and even careless mistakes or behaviors. This stark contrast makes it apparent that creating a positive organizational culture is a business imperative.

Although many companies strive for a healthy work environment with clear and intentional values, it can be difficult to achieve. In my organization’s latest survey of C-suite executives, leaders from around the globe identified five major aspects they wish they could change to improve their organization’s culture.

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