Importance of Workplace Elements Explained in less than 200 characters

AIESEC in Singapore
2 min readOct 9, 2020


Man working in a office

One of the most important lessons that many leading companies have learned is that encouraging and fostering a work environment that is fun and that inspires employees to take joy in their work can reap enormous benefits. Happy employees are loyal employees, and loyal employees can do amazing things.

We have identified and laid out the importance of the following workplace elements, in order to create a strong culture.


People who relate to one another, who get where the other is coming from and understand pain points for different teams, are better equipped to step up and offer support to achieve shared goals.


Your organization ought to be a space in which people feel comfortable communicating ideas, thoughts, opinions, you name it. Fostering free-flowing, open communication is a must for any organization.


Employees that feel supported and valued in their work environment are happier and more satisfied with their workplace. Hence, companies with a diverse workforce tend to retain employees for longer.

Learning and Developing:

A culture that emphasizes the importance of learning keeps us hungry and humble. We need to plan to have real growth opportunities for people. Because when your people grow, so does your organization.

Listening and Adapting:

Creating a strong culture takes years of hard work, and sustaining it requires listening to and acting on feedback. Just like its employees, a company with a strong culture is always getting better.


Every organization has a unique story that undeniably shapes its culture. When elements of the company’s narrative are shared and retold over time, they become a significant part of the culture.

Office Layout:

Your office layout, whether you like it or not, should reflect your organization’s unique identity. Whichever form your office layout takes will have a tremendous impact on your company culture.


A culture where managers and colleagues are consistently recognizing each other in a frequent and meaningful way gives people a greater sense of purpose and positively impacts their experience.

Shared Purpose & Values

Employees often aren’t on the same page since they’re working on different projects or departments. A Shared Purpose locates their contributions within that purpose, showing people that they matter.

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AIESEC in Singapore

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