People, Not Profits, Make Companies Successful

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People, Not Profits, Make Companies Successful

The execs who wrongly believe leadership consists of managing the bottom line rather than people always claim that despite all evidence to the contrary, “we consider our employees are our greatest asset.” It’s lip service, of course.

Ironically, though, it’s true. In the end, it’s people not profits that make or break a company.

“In a connected world, the truth will out.

In the past, companies could treat their employees like crap and nobody would be wiser. The mainstream business press was too busy lionizing cost-cutting CEOs to report on how those strategies were affecting real people.

The Internet, however, has broken the hammerlock that the mainstream business press once possessed. Today, everything ugly a company does to its employees immediately shows up on the Web.”

So blessed to be part of an organization that fosters the professional and personal growth of its employees. Makes the world of difference. Follow us @HealthLink_DIM

By | 2015-07-20T16:15:58+00:00 July 20th, 2015|Healthcare Marketing|Comments Off on People, Not Profits, Make Companies Successful

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