Workplace cultures are human experiences

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There’s some logic that can’t be overstated when it comes to workplace culture. Since workplaces are created by humans and their experiences, workplace culture is essentially human experience. And that means our work on workplace culture needs to start with humans: individual people who come to work with their complete selves, warts and all.

This is the idea that gets Lorie Corcuera out of bed each day. She’s a strategic culture leader helping individuals and organizations make their work environments more friendly to humans, the world over. This means she spends a lot of time thinking about the importance of experiences, and how we can enable more positive, and even loving, connections at work.

To this end, Lorie and her team at Spark Creations conducted a research project to understand the state and detail of workplace culture in British Columbia, Canada. The outcome of this is the BC Workplace Culture Scan Report, which hits the streets in early Spring.

I had the opportunity to hear firsthand from Lorie about the key learnings and a-ha moments in the data gathered. We talk about this, along with our shared passion for people-centric workplaces, in detail in this episode of People at Work. If you’re looking for inspiration to elevate the experience of people in your workplace, give it a listen.

Listen to the episode

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