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    7 Beatles songs for improving office culture

     

    Come Together

    Above all else, teams that are close will prevail. One of the key characteristics of all tight-knit cultures is transparency. While somewhat elusive, the first step in forming a more transparent culture is clear communication. Clearly communicating milestones and achievements as a team will get everyone on the same page and moving in the same direction. But that’s only half the battle. In order to build a lasting culture, you have to recognize and celebrate those achievements—no matter how big or how small they might be.

    On a side note, do something outside of the office once in awhile. Go out to dinner, grab some drinks, or volunteer as an office somewhere. Getting together outside of the office and in a more casual atmosphere is an easy way to build camaraderie, and it doesn’t have to be expensive, just be sure it’s something everyone want to do.

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    There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done

    Improving authenticity, camaraderie, transparency, learning, and adding a little bit of fun are simple organizational characteristics that can go a long way to promote office happiness. There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done speaks to the notion that anyone and everyone is capable to achieve anything. This is especially true as it applies to creating an inspiring culture. There’s no reason the workplace dynamic should be dull, you can do something about it.

    We’d love to hear what you’re doing to spice up your offices. What’s worked for you? What hasn’t? Creating an open dialogue is an important aspect of strong communities, especially for industry of lifelong learners, so let us know what you think.

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    Konrad Billetz
    Konrad Billetz is the co-founder and CEO of Frameri Eyewear.

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