Maintaining a robust corporate culture helps improve team spirit and the performance of all your employees! Here are some great tips for improving the corporate culture in your workplace:

Encourage Open Communication

In order for there to be a healthy corporate culture, there has to be an atmosphere of healthy communication. This does not just apply to communication between team members, but to communication between employees and management as well. Try to minimize the obstacles that employees have to go through in order to get in touch with management. Maintain an open door policy so that people can get in touch with you whenever they need to.

Ask for Feedback

Always ask for feedback from your employees. You may see your company and its culture one way, but your employees may have an entirely different view. Always ask your employees for feedback about how they view the workplace, what their day to day experiences are like, what they feel can be improved, and so on. Open a channel for anonymous feedback so that employees don’t hold anything back.

Encourage Healthy Competition

Human nature is to be competitive! Healthy competition in the workplace causes people to be more productive and get more things done. To encourage healthy competition, organize both work-related and non-work-related competitive activities. For example, organize sports events after hours. This will bring out the competitive spirit between employees while they have fun at the same time.

Respect Their Work-Life Balance

You need to respect your employees’ personal lives. They have families, girlfriends, boyfriends, buddies, and hobbies, and they all need time to relax. Keeping them late in the evening every day will ruin your corporate culture.


It’s also important to design your workplace so that it is comfortable and a pleasure to work in as well. Contact us for more information on how to get started. At Tangram Studio, we can help you create a beautifully designed office with custom office furniture that improves team spirit and corporate culture even further.