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Rio 2016 Olympics Opening Ceremony: Is what you see what you get?

[fa icon="calendar'] 11-Aug-2016 14:58:26 / by Humberto Branco posted in Change, Accountability, Behaviour, Brazil, Leading culture, Current affairs, Humberto Branco

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On Friday 5 August, over 3 billion people around the world had their eyes locked on Rio de Janeiro to watch the Olympics Opening Ceremony. There is no doubt about it - it was a beautiful spectacle. Headlines throughout the world the following day congratulated Brazil for a truly amazing show. As the Washington Post said, “Rio was basking in what it does best. This is a country expert in revelry, which every years fills its streets with dancing, stranger-kissing, inebriated glee at Carnival.”
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Can and should corporate culture be regulated?

[fa icon="calendar'] 03-Aug-2016 10:22:04 / by Jerome Parisse-Brassens posted in Measuring culture, Managing culture, Corporate culture, Culture defined, Leading culture, Mindsets

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Can and should corporate culture be regulated?

In Australia we are currently witnessing increasing business pressure from ASIC (Australian Securities and Investment Commission) to ensure that culture is being managed.

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Consistency is the key to Culture Change

[fa icon="calendar'] 09-Jun-2016 17:35:15 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Change, Culture change, Managing culture, Behaviour, Behaviour management, Corporate culture, Responsibility, Leading culture

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 'Consistency is the key to Culture Change'

This heading seems to be a contradiction in terms. Isn’t change all about doing things differently, being adaptable? Where does consistency come in?

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Culture Transformation: How to find out what's really valued (and change it)

[fa icon="calendar'] 21-Dec-2015 21:50:50 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Leadership, Values, Leading culture

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Most leaders can describe the values of their organisation, but fewer are successful at ‘walking that talk’.

 

In fact, as communication increases about an organisation’s values, there’s a greater risk that employees and customers will become cynical. 

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Reinventing performance: How CEO evaluation is changing (for the better)

[fa icon="calendar'] 07-Nov-2015 16:54:41 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Carolyn Taylor, Leadership, Leading culture

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I was very excited to see that Harvard Business Review have adjusted the formula for their annual 'Best Performing CEOs in the World' list to include, for the first time, each company’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. 
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