Some companies reserve the spaces closest to the door for their leadership team. They start with the CEO or President and work their way down from there. With those spaces taken, customers are required to park further away from the doors. Priorities are revealed.
Other companies reserve the parking spaces closest to the door for their clients and customers. They make all their employees park in spaces further from the entrance, regardless of rank or title.
The way parking spaces are distributed provides a glimpse of how the leadership team of a company thinks.
Some people believe their company exists to serve their customers. Others believe that the leadership team’s comfort takes precedence over the customer. If you want to lead an organization that creates value, you need to get value creation in the right order.
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