Work Culture is the bye product of leadership team role model

Work Culture is the bye product of leadership team role model - Shailesh Tripathi
Democratic and transparent work culture not only encourage people participation but also creates openness between organisation hierarchy and two-way communication.

What are the crucial elements of a strong democratic and transparent work culture?

ST As the industrial and workplace scenarios are changing with time, democratic and transparent work culture is very critical aspects of modern workplace practices and employee motivation. Democratic and transparent work culture not only encourage people participation but also creates openness between organisation hierarchy and two-way communication. In my opinion, critical elements of strong democratic and transparent work culture are open & consistent communication, honest feedback mechanism, delegate responsibilities & decision making, transparent & consistent HR policies along with involvement of employees from all levels and all locations including remote sites in organisation matters.

To build a better work culture whose role is much crucial? Do you think HR alone can nurture the work culture that makes an organisation to work for?

ST To build a better work culture, Leadership team and Senior...

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Shailesh Tripathi

currently is Vice President - HR at Vacmet India Limited. With more than 28 years of diverse experience, he has deep exposure to transforming legacy organisations, building agile & responsive HR processes including manpower planning, performance measurement, succession planning, employee engagement strategies, managing complex IR situations including unions.
Shailesh has earlier worked with Hitech Gears, Shriram Pistons & Rings, Tata AutoComp Systems, Timken India and JK Synthetics.

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Shailesh Tripathi

currently is Vice President - HR at Vacmet India Limited. With more than 28 years of diverse experience, he has deep exposure to transforming legacy organisations, building agile & responsive HR processes including manpower planning, performance measurement, succession planning, employee engagement strategies, managing complex IR situations including unions.
Shailesh has earlier worked with Hitech Gears, Shriram Pistons & Rings, Tata AutoComp Systems, Timken India and JK Synthetics.

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