GARPH TECH GUITAR LABS CORE VALUE
Graph Tech’s The 4 C's
Employees always speak truthfully and deliver on their promises, which fosters an environment of trust and reliability. Employees always be honest about the progress of their tasks, not hide their mistakes, and be transparent with their intentions and actions. For instance, if team members realize they won't meet a deadline, they communicate this proactively and honestly instead of trying to cover it up.
Taking responsibility for one's actions, especially when things don’t go as planned, rather than placing blame on others.
When faced with challenges or setbacks, employees bounce back positively, learning from their mistakes and using the experience to improve. For example, a team member admits to inadvertently missing a deadline and actively collaborates with the team to develop a recovery plan.
Showing respect to all individuals, regardless of their position in the company, creates an inclusive and welcoming workplace. This could mean acknowledging people’s input in meetings and giving credit where it’s due.
Ensuring that all directives, expectations,and feedback are communicated clearly and precisely. For example, a managerholds a team meeting at the start of a new project to outline each member'sobjectives, roles, and expectations, ensuring everyone is aligned.
Sharing company goals, updates, and challengeswith all employees so they understand the bigger picture and feel involved inthe company's direction.
Making informed decisions promptly andcommunicating them clearly prevents stagnation and ensures progress.
Encouraging employees to workcollaboratively and leveraging the strengths of different team members toachieve common goals. Team-building activities can be a great way to fosterconnection and collaboration.
Facilitating opportunities for employees tobuild professional networks inside and outside the organization. This could bethrough organizing industry conferences, webinars, or workshops.
Organizing team-building activities,feedback sessions, and regular check-ins to ensure everyone feels connected tothe company and their colleagues.
Understanding and valuing colleagues' andclients' feelings, perspectives, and challenges.
For example: A team leader notices one of their teammembers struggling with a personal issue and offers flexibility in their work scheduleor connects them with company resources to help.
Continuous Learning: Offering training sessions, workshops, and resources for employees to improve their skills and knowledge.
For example, Encouraging employees to remain flexible and adapt to changing circumstances efficiently. This could be fostered by creating a culture of rewarding innovative thinking and proactive problem-solving.
Excellence: For example, fostering a culture of excellence where employees are motivated to produce high-quality work consistently. This could be achieved through recognition programs that highlight and reward outstanding work.
Feedback and Improvement: Regularly reviewing performance and processes to identify areas of improvement and implementing changes to optimize efficiency.
For example, an employee who's adept in a particular software tool holds a training session for colleagues, increasing the overall competency of the team in that area.