If changing your culture were as simple as waving a magic wand, the world would be full of perfectly run organisations with ecstatic employees. Culture is the manifestation of what is really valued and therefore change commands time and dedication. While there may not be a magic wand, there are 5 secrets ingredients that can ensure your cultural transformation efforts succeed.
Almost every organisation has some statement of what they stand for, usually in the form of a mission statement, or a list of values that seeks to define the core behaviours of the company and guide its strategy.
Respondents to our recent Managing Behaviours survey showed that there is a collective belief amongst leaders, employees, consumers and shareholders regarding the notion that the leadership of an organisation should be held responsible for the collective behaviour of their employees.
Our Managing Behaviours in the Workplace research report is now available to download. Based on original research with over 700 leaders, employees, consumers and shareholders it asks the question: who should be held responsible for the behaviour of employees at work?
Read our latest Culture Change blog for all the latest news and views on the world of organisational culture. This week's edition contains insight into how great leaders can mend a broken culture and the day-to-day behaviours that can change your business, as well as the results of our Managing Behaviours survey.