Are you considering self-employment, or at the beginning stages of starting a business? Join us for a accelerated walkthrough of our “Starting A Business” course. This introductory workshop covers the …
Welcome to The Greater Lansing Hispanic Chamber of Commerce!
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Our Focus: Our Future
We are an inclusive, Hispanic-led organization dedicated to developing the individual talent, human capital, and skill in our region across all industries.
Upskilling Tomorrow's Industries, Today.
The Greater Lansing Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to meeting the needs of tomorrow by upskilling the workforce of today. We work with all industries to identify their talent needs and help them grow.
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5 Core Elements to Nurturing a Healthy Culture
By Mary E. Corrado, courtesy SBAM Approved Partner ASE
Workplace culture is like a plant – it needs watering and nurturing to grow. It isn’t stagnant – it is ever changing. Many people talk and write about maintaining a healthy work culture, but in actuality we should be helping it to grow and change.
Over the past three years many workplace cultures have had to adapt to remote and hybrid work. A healthy culture is able to adapt to change. It maintains the core values of the organization but is able to change the way it upholds those values.
Through all of the changes to the work environment, five core elements of a healthy culture will always persist. The way we achieve them might change, but the core elements remain:
- Employee Voice