July 2020 Bar Bulletin
By Michelle Bomberger
Each business has a defined culture, and business leaders must identify that culture in order to improve or keep it strong and visible. Your business’ culture influences everything you do — the decisions you make, the decisions your team makes, and the way you work with your customers. When you’re all together in the workplace, team members can easily share your company’s cultural values with each other.
However, when we move into a virtual space, we can lose those key cultural norms that connect our team members together. While our team can still have our regular Monday meetings and our daily...