Brand identification among employees as a starting point for conversations

Home Brand identification among employees as a starting point for conversations, the largest online shoe retailer in the world, succeeded in creating brand identification by creating a very focuses company culture among its employees. The management of Zappos makes it very clear to all employees that there is only one company goal: create happiness among our clients. Their policies to create this result go pretty far, here’s a great example: after you’ve been working at Zappos for a month, you can get a bonus of 2500$ to leave the company. They created this policy to make sure that people don’t stay at Zappos just to have a job. No, they want dedicated people who are proud of working at Zappos and who are willing to support the company goals.

It’s just one example of what they do to focus on ‘creating happiness among their client’s. The strategy worked, Zappos has one of the best NPS scores in the world and they were able to sell the company to for more than 800 million dollars in the summer of 2009.

In short: focus on internal brand identification is probably the key to external brand identification, which leads towards more positive conversations about your brand.

To learn more about their philosophy, here are some interesting stories:

Why Zappos pays new employees to quitHow I did it: Tony Hsieh, CEO