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Jeśli chodzi o kulturę, tolerancja nie jest cnotą

[fa icon="calendar'] 20-Sep-2016 11:23:44 / by Walking the Talk posted in behaviour change, Behaviour management, Tolerating, tolerance

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Polish Strategic Management company RR Communication Consulting recently translated our latest article for for Culture University, 'When it comes to culture, tolerance is no virtue' on their website.

You can read below for the article in Polish, or click here to read the original text.

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When it comes to culture, tolerance is no virtue

[fa icon="calendar'] 15-Sep-2016 15:35:53 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Culture Change, Behaviour management, Tolerating, tolerance

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Leaders will often ask me what they can do to accelerate a change in their culture. As someone who likes to find ways to provide simplicity on seemingly complex and theoretical topics, I’ve long been searching for that mythical ‘one thing’ that will make the most difference. I think I’ve found it. I’ll be interested to hear if you agree with me.

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Is tolerance killing your culture?

[fa icon="calendar'] 19-May-2015 12:41:31 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Defining culture, Behaviour, Behaviour management, Culture Management, leading culture, Tolerating

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Is tolerance killing your culture?
 
Culture is the patterns of behaviour that are encouraged, discouraged or tolerated by people and systems over time.

 
 
During this four-part whistle-stop tour of organisational culture, we’ve looked to find a workable definition of what culture really is, sought to distinguish it from engagement and learned how we can effectively use encouragement and discouragement to lever culture change. Our last exploration is an important one:
 

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