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The 3 Core Qualities for leading culture change

[fa icon="calendar'] 13-Oct-2015 20:13:20 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Leading Culture Change, Principled, 3 core qualities, behaviours, Leading change, leading culture, Responsible, Open

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Why can it be so difficult to get any traction on building a better culture? At Walking the Talk, our culture change model is based on the three core qualities required to underpin real and lasting culture transformation. When they are present, they give you the foundation on which to build the culture you need, unique to your business’ goals. Let’s walk - and talk - them through.
 
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How to REALLY 'be the change' to drive culture transformation

[fa icon="calendar'] 05-Aug-2015 20:23:53 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Gandhi, change, Change, Change communication, Change management, Culture Change, Leading Culture Change, Communication

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How many times have I seen this great quote from Mahatma Gandhi used in training programs? I think every consultant must have it tucked away somewhere inside their slide pack. Trouble is, despite all these presentations, there are precious few leaders who seem to really be prepared to do what it takes to make this true to bring about lasting culture transformation. 
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Creating culture: encourage more, tolerate less

[fa icon="calendar'] 28-Apr-2015 13:39:32 / by Walking the Talk posted in Leading Culture Change, Behaviour, behaviours, BP, Building Culture, Enron, leading culture, Symbols, HR Systems, Systems

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As we’ve explored in the previous entries of this ‘Defining Culture’ series, culture is the patterns of behaviour that are encouraged, discouraged or tolerated by people and systems over time. With this definition locked in, let's take things a step further.

 
 

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