If you have a bad culture, it will ruin your company. And, if you have a great culture, it will enable you to do great things.
HOUSTON (PRWEB) December 19, 2017
The Vanderbloemen Search Group has done it again—it has won another award for workplace culture. The Houston-based church staffing firm was honored as one of Houstonia’s 2017 best places to work for its office space.
This award follows two Top 5 Company Culture awards from Entrepreneur and three Best Places to Work awards from the Houston Business Journal over the past three years. Vanderbloemen Search Group was also recognized this year by Forbes as a top executive recruiting firm.
The secret to the firm’s success is its priority of workplace culture. Houstonia cites its open, collaborative office space, weekly all-staff meetings, fully stocked pantry, sparkling water bar, and its own Vanderbrew Coffee. One wall features a word cloud of company values which includes “contagious fun.”
Indeed, founder and CEO William Vanderbloemen strives for his team to love coming to work. He shares his secrets to accomplishing this, along with those from other top workplace culture leaders, in his forthcoming book, Culture Wins: The Roadmap to an Irresistible Work Culture, published by Savio Republic and due out this spring.
“Culture is the largest determining factor of success for an organization, more than strategy, talent, or competence,” said Vanderbloemen. “If you have a bad culture, it will ruin your company. And, if you have a great culture, it will enable you to do great things. Culture wins, every time.”
Vanderbloemen has been asked to share his insights on workplace culture in outlets such as Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fortune, Inc., and Fast Company.
To coordinate an interview with William, email whitney(at)weavinginfluence(dot)com.
About William Vanderbloemen
William Vanderbloemen is an entrepreneur, pastor, speaker, author, and CEO/Founder of Vanderbloemen Search Group (VSG), an executive search firm that helps organizations find their key staff. VSG has been named three times to the top of both Entrepreneur.com’s Top Company Cultures list of small businesses and Houston Business Journal Best Place To Work list. The firm was also named 25 in Forbes’ 2017 list of America’s Top Executive Recruiting Firms. Prior to his work in executive search, William led growth and innovation in several churches, including Houston’s oldest congregation, the First Presbyterian Church of Houston. William is a regular contributor to Forbes and Fortune. His latest book, Culture Wins: The Roadmap to an Irresistible Work Culture, is due out this spring. William holds degrees from Wake Forest University and Princeton Theological Seminary.