Have you ever wondered what high-impact organisations have in common? Exceptional company culture.
Curating company culture is no easy feat. And building a high performing, positive culture requires intention and effort. But it’s the kind of effort that has big payoffs — including team performance, an increased sense of inclusivity, and psychological safety.
But how does culture differ between traditional organisations and startups? And how can founders be more intentional about curating their unique culture codes?
To answer these questions and more, we’re thrilled to bring on Emma Rayment from The Culture Equation - an organisation that supports fast growing organisations by helping them build healthy team cultures.
We’ll be discussing:
- How to design effective employee experiences
- Benefits of having a values-led organisation
- How to build team cultures of the future
Culture Change Consultant @The Culture Equation
Starting her career in customer-facing sales roles to leading large frontline teams at Vodafone, Emma has followed a continuous line of curiosity for what enables those who have the biggest impact on business success, the team that work within it. As an expert in CX and EX and an Organisation Psychology graduate, she believes that there is an undeniable link between the environment fostered by leaders and the output of a business. That link is a company culture that inspires its people to solve big problems and unlocks the potential of every human within the team. Emma is now a consultant with The Culture Equation and has set out to help high growth companies design cultures that become an integral part of their strategy.