Open door policies have been adopted by businesses to build morale and trust among employees.
(PRWEB) August 21, 2014
The Performance Group (TPG) opens its doors to clients and other businesses looking for expertise in building strategies and designing event experiences that drive results. TPG fosters an open-door philosophy with employees and clients with the goal of creating an environment of accessibility. In accordance with this, TPG’s lineup of seasoned leaders has assumed a hands-on role in ensuring that clients are provided with resources that are crucial for ongoing business success.
Open door policies have been adopted by businesses to build morale and trust among employees. Creating a work environment that’s rich in collaboration and consultative thinking empowers employees and develops a high performance culture. Strategic event companies that support an internal open-door environment create the kind of employee communication flow that is essential for resolving concerns, recognizing business issues as they arise, and immediately addressing changing needs. Additionally, an open-door approach keeps project management teams aligned and running efficiently. This in turn ensures that they are offering their clients consistency, predictability, and high-end service.
Studies conducted by Gallup Business Journal show that company values are a “contagious affliction that spreads from an organization’s leaders”, and that employees are marching to the beat of their management team. Gallup polls indicate that customers benefit from employees who have strong leaders. Strategic event companies who have a concrete understanding of their influence over employee engagement, optimism, and performance levels provide their employees with support and clear direction; therefore, they’re more likely to innovate and flourish. In the most basic terms, happy workers provide better service for the client employee, the company, and its event attendees. An additional benefit to having an open-door culture between strategic event services agencies and their clients is the priority the agency places on leader to leader engagement. Event services leadership teams that regularly consult at the executive level are well-poised to recognize client pain points and provide tried-and-true solutions. Additionally, they’re always available for escalation and problem resolution when unforeseen issues arise. So, when looking for a strategic event services company, find one with an open door.
Over the next two months, The Performance Group will release a series of messages from each of its leaders who will share more about the company’s values and approach to partnering with clients across each department. Clients, potential clients, fans, and followers are encouraged to stay tuned for new updates each week, all unveiling actionable insights from executive leaders. Below is a schedule of our weekly video topics and subsequent blogs posted to http://www.tpgnc.com/blog.html
- Week of August 25 – Deb Parsons, Confidence in Change
- Week of September 1 – Jen Pointer, Starting with a Strategy
- Week of September 8 – Shelley White, Enable and Empower through Technology
- Week of September 15 - Monica Logan, Proof is in the Process
- Week of September 22 – Cynthia Tsuchimoto, The Relationship of Accounting
“We’re excited to introduce our clients and broader audience to the practical benefits of accessible leadership, in a concrete way,” said Jennifer Pointer, VP of Marketing and Strategy at TPG. “Our goal is to be transparent and hands-on so that each client can leverage our broad range of expertise to its advantage and really learn throughout the process.”