Culture Can Create Space for Staff to Speak Freely
There’s no silver bullet for effective workplace communication but making sure your organization’s culture is aligned to support and foster those efforts may be a good starting point.
“It is so important to live your culture. It cannot be just words,” said Denise O’Hara, senior vice president human resources and organizational development at the $1.8 billion Summit Credit Union in Madison, Wis.
Suzanne Oliver, senior vice president of educational services and governmental affairs at West Jordan, Utah-based Mountain America Credit Union, couldn’t agree more about the value of developing talent from within.