Creating a Positive and Productive Work Culture
Published by Spinutech on October 8, 2023
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- June Archer muses about her education and career backgrounds
- How June’s operational training taught her the value of adaptation
- Balancing company culture and goals
- The importance of including people in the planning of company culture — and its effect on performance
- Hiring with a focus on cultural fit
- The mentors who have guided June’s life and career paths
In this episode…
Leading an organization is a complex endeavor encompassing company goals, values, communication, and attitudes. How does an effective leader control the culture of an organization?
Executive leader June Archer explains managing teams means understanding the needs of the business and the needs of the people in various roles — and can be accomplished when aligning company goals and objectives with the skills and abilities of each team member. Creating a fair and equitable work environment where everyone feels valued and respected is also critical. Communication is vital to help employees accelerate their careers and develop specialized skills. The culmination of these criteria indicates your investment in their success and willingness to help them reach their full potential.
In this episode of The Growth Fire Podcast with Kevin Hourigan, June Archer, former C-Suite and P&L Leader, discusses how to balance company culture while establishing goals. June shares her professional experience to educate others on the value of adapting to a new environment, the effects of including team members in cultivating company culture, and hiring with a focus on cultural fit.
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Guest Contact Details
June Archer is known as the Puzzle Maker because of her ability to analyze and solve complex business problems across various industries. She is a former C-suite leader and business builder of global brands, including the Walt Disney Company, Sesame Workshop, Godiva Chocolatier, and NEST Fragrances. In her spare time, June lends her talents to organizations such as the American Marketing Association, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and the Princeton University Alumni Network. June is also the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Princeton University Store.