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TRENDS


Building a GreatTeam ThroughCulture


Team building and creating a positive organizational


culture that consistently retains key staff members, leads to a culture of safety and trust. But these are typically major challenges for most organizations. The same goes for public school districts, private schools, transporta- tion service provider companies, bus manufacturers and suppliers. How successful all of our efforts are at maintaining a


happy work environment, where everyone harmonious- ly pulls in the same direction, is often more difficult than it appears on the surface. This month, we examine how successful transporta-


tion directors think their own organizations are when attempting to fulfill the goals of serving their students and parents, as well as maintaining the mechanisms of providing those services.


EXCELLENT


POOR/TOXIC


Rate your transportation department’s current organizational culture, with 5 being excellent and 1 poor/toxic: 53% rated it


26% rated it


How would you say others in the department rate the culture? (313 responses)


49% rated it (312 responses)


14 School Transportation News • JULY 2019 35% rated it 6% rated it 15% rated it


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