The role of top leaders in the construction of organizational culture

Leaders play a vital role in building a strong organizational culture, they are simply sowing the seeds of a strong culture, and employees are spreading the organizational culture through their beliefs and actions. Top leaders are leading the people with strong thoughts and actions with a core belief that creates a strong connection with the organization and employees by uniting them in a culture of mutual resolution that leads the people to organizational rivalry over profit. The culture creates the connection between employees and the organization, and this connection can be built through the safety and quality of employees, their life cycle and work balance, retention frequency, superior facilities, and profitability. The expressive effort, employee appreciation, well-being, mutual relation, and leadership can contribute to the organization to develop a strong culture. After all, in order to monitor these impacts head-on, a well-organized leadership culture can help shape organizational culture.

The culture developed on the responsibility of the leaders where they reveal the company’s philosophies and strengthen the actions that replicate the values. They reveal the philosophies and replicate the values with their actions where their communication, actions, and confidence influence the culture. In fact, they create a link between the organization’s beliefs with employees’ actions that certainly increase employee engagement. This strong bond creates a culture of mutual learning, where employees at all levels have something to share, and leaders are eager to assimilate this culture. The learning opportunity enriches what they know and experiences in dealing with the employees. Sometimes, the simplest modifications can bring huge surprises to customers and organizations that can secure a social product. Hence, a learning culture enables leaders to build a strong organizational culture to ensure that social products benefit both employees and customers. The leaders construct the culture of employees’ well-being in some aspects such as social, financial, physical, community, and purpose that directly impact their engagements and performances.

The leaders set the framework of the organization’s culture where the employees can relate their values and feels important. In a cultural framework, employees engage in social patterns, attitudes, and implicit performance in the way that leaders guide them. When employees receive the care they deserve, a strong leadership culture develops, a strong work environment ensures their well-being and health concerns, and they feel encouraged and inspired to succeed. Their ultimate focus is becoming obsessive and occupying a team who are obsessive with the organization’s mission. Leaders set their focus on the organization’s culture by becoming a role models to the employees, observing their insights, developing a platform for open communication, taking action on the employee’s feedback, and empowering them with recognition and motivation. It will create a link between leadership belief, organizational culture, and employees’ job satisfaction that will certainly strengthen the organizational culture.

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