It is important to Bossard to promote diversity and inclusion through its values and guiding principles. We create equal opportunities regardless of factors such as nationality, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or age.
Together We Create
- Our Values
- Our Guiding Principles
- Our Journey
Values shape our daily thinking and actions. The result is a sustainable corporate culture that is practiced by all employees.
Being trustworthy and trusting helps us establish meaningful relationships and perform better at work.
We want to have enough «water under our keel» to allow us to maneuver independently and securely even in stormy seas. Putting together a unique package of resources to exploit an opportunity.
Bossard wants to contribute to a better world, because we believe in a sustainable development, respecting and honoring the environment and the human welfare of the world.
Enable our employees to take decisions to create the “winning team”. This means, our people need to be capable and able to take decisions and need to have the competence to decide.
The employees, the management, the customers and all stakeholders can count on Bossard. We say what we do, and we do what we say.
Our Guiding Principles reflect the behaviors and practices of our employees, creating a strong and positive work environment.
Bossard believes that the equation 1+1 = 3 may very well be correct. Because together, we achieve more. That is why we want to work together even more closely and intensify the collaboration and exchange of knowledge between all regions, functions, and hierarchies.
We Deliver Value:
Our primary objective is to create added value for our stakeholders. We must not lose sight of that. That is why we always want to keep in mind the purpose of an activity – regardless of whether it is a product innovation or an internal meeting.
Bossard is convinced that all employees are willing and able to contribute to the company’s success. For this reason, leaders are encouraged to delegate tasks. Trust in our employees and their motivation is strengthened when leaders primarily communicate why we do things and not how.
All too often, ideas are stifled before they even have a chance to succeed. We want to be open to unconventional ideas, because new things are created when we simply try things out. If we end up rejecting an idea after all, then we will certainly have learned something. And that, at the very least, is just as valuable.
We Talk Real:
Sometimes we think that addressing problems is a sign of weakness – yet in that we are completely wrong. To combat this mindset, we want to conduct open conversations, listen to each other, and value feedback. Only with this approach can everyone continue to develop and learn from each other.