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Can you get ahead at work if you don't 'buy in'?

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Subscribing to a company's culture

Buying in can mean workers consider the organization part of themselves. In many cases, employees not only get on board with a company’s stated mission, but also the culture, and feel like they share values with the organization.

But while many workers buy in to the compani...

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These days, jobs are less and less about pure security and safety needs, and more and more about identity and belonging needs and even self-actualization.

Employers and potential workers expect to share the same core values. Indeed, research shows workers increasingly value...

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Many workers do see the work they do as meaningfully contributing to their company’s overall mission. And as an increasing number of companies advertise themselves as mission-based to attract talent, especially in dense industries, employee buy-in has become a major part ...

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As you start to doubt your company’s mission or think it's hypocritical, the impacts on your motivation are astounding. Without this motivation, employees are far less likely to receive recognition or promotions for their work.

Distinguishing between acceptable and unaccept...

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