People have personalities, not businesses - right? When people go to work they paint on their work faces, put on their work hats and become the consummate professional. There’s a manner in which bosses and colleagues expect their employees to sound, look and act when in the workplace.
Yes there’s a need to be professional, yes customers demand a deservedly high level of attention, care and service – but is there a need to be so dull, stuffy and corporate about it?
The Business of People
Businesses consist of physical assets, products and services but it’s ultimately people who are the nucleus of a business. Owners, Directors and Managers set strategies and employees execute those strategies to the paying public. Employees and customers have individual personalities, morals and values – and so can a business.