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Importance of Company Culture 


Company culture is a shared common set of principles, processes and tools that unite a diverse group of people towards a common goal. A culture is what transforms a company from a group of individuals into a team.


Using a company culture inside your organisation sets expectations on how to behave and work together, as well as setting a standard on how well everyone functions as a team. It is in this way that a company culture can break down the boundaries between divided groups, help guide decision making, and improve overall workflow.


Although, company culture is more than just a rule-book or guide on how to work together. The company culture sets the social and psychological environment of an organisation. It brings forth the organisations' unique personality and expresses the core values, ethics, beliefs, and behaviours.


The wide-reaching effect of having a company culture in place demonstrates its importance. Not only will it help existing employees, but it acts as a guide for the new faces, in addition to making sure the company seeks out and hires those with similar values and beliefs. 

Employee experience and engagement
Why is Employee Experience (EX) essential


Employee Experience encompass every interaction of an employee with an organisaton: from recruitment to leaving.

In a time where people are re-examining the meaning of work, it has become more important than ever for organisations to create an employee experience that is attractive and engaging for current and future employees.



  1. Ask for feedback from your employees and listen - really listen -  to them all

  2. Ensure a healthy, transparent Company Culture is in place

  3. Give employees the right technology tools to simplify their life

  4. Invest in learning and development for employees to safeguard their wellbeing with work/life integration


On such an important and big topic these points are barely scratching the surface and each of these can be broken down into more detailed steps. 


Why focus on Employee Experience? 

"Companies that invest in employee experience are 4x more profitable than those that do not" - Jacob Morgan

Productivity improvement; effectiveness; email management; time management
SWAT Managers


For an organization to be successful, it requires that all team members are effective at these four core competencies:     ​


·         Self-Management   

·         Work well with others   

·         Asset/Resource Management   

·         Task and Activity Management     


Priority Management identified three phases that makes work, work:

  1. Decide - planning what needs to be done next (right task, right time, right reason)

  2. Do - execution of tasks

  3. Deliver - ensure you meet your deadlines; be accountable


The modern workplace requires that all team members take on responsibility in all three phases of work. Employees can no longer just do the work, they are expected to come with solutions to problems and understand how they fit into the big picture.


Priority Management has been working with companies since 1980 to help build these core competencies by sharing international best practices combined with modern workplace tools. This results in lowering the level of effort it takes for individuals and organisations to be successful.   

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Productivity experts; improve productivity; time management; email management

Everything requires time


It is the only truly universal condition. All work takes place in time and uses up time.

Yet most people take for granted this unique, irreplaceable, and necessary resource.


Nothing else, perhaps, distinguishes effective executives as much as their tender loving care of time. 


Peter F. Drucker

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