Large corporations develop a trait known as the "culture of the company". It is a sociological style incorporated into their day-to-day business activities.
Just as in society, a company's internal attitudes reflect the culture of the organization. Are those polite or crude, pleasant or rude, caring or cutthroat. Ultimately, these attitudes will then manifest themselves outside the office and will permeate the customer's environment.
It is therefore important that the smallest of companies begin to develop a culture on which the business will grow, as well as one that encourages that growth. The attitudes of the founding principals will be instilled in their employees.
Presuming these attitudes are positive, then the company has a formula for success and ultimately growth.
Related carpet cleaning information on the Bane-Clene® web site:
- Building Your Own Carpet Cleaning Business
- Happy Employees
- It's all in our attitude
- The 15 Factors of Success
- Twenty Steps to Success
- What makes a company successful
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