What Are The Three Main Pillars That Support Business Success?

The three main pillars which underpin and strongly support business success are also those which are developed when an organisation understands that a broad and continued focus on workplace culture is the number one priority.


When workplace culture is seen through a narrow lens as a single point outcome or stand-alone project with a siloed approach, one or more of these pillars will not function to optimum capacity.

What happens when one of these pillars is not standing tall and strong? There will be many signals evident but often overlooked (small at first then growing in size and speed). Usually it is not until ‘the ceiling’ starts to cave in that it becomes clearer to management that the organisation (and it’s staff) are not experiencing success at the level it could and should be. You well know that morale will also ‘cave in’ with declining levels of staff satisfaction and engagement. Imagine a workplace in which all three pillars are weak and fragile!

Having motivated staff and a highly successful business is achievable.

If you are in an organisation that has become stagnant (or is in decline), waiting for something or someone else to change while the ceiling continues to cave in, contact Workplace Harmony Solutions who can partner with you to strengthen each of these pillars, bringing a transformative approach and catapulting the organisation on a trajectory to experience ever increasing levels of success. 

Everyone desires to work in an organisation exuding energy when there is a palpable vibe from the combined efforts of all staff delivering great outcomes within a positive and collaborative workplace culture. 

It doesn’t have to be a dream.

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About the Author

Catherine Gillespie brings a wealth of skill to her clients. With particular expertise in teaching communication and workplace conflict resolution skills, Catherine has made a marked difference to the organisations she has worked with. She empowers teams and managers to adopt constructive styles that support harmony, productivity and progress in the workplace.