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Video: Carolyn Taylor & Liz Stanley discuss Accountability

We are delighted to announce that Carolyn Taylor's new book, Accountability@work: How to Make and Keep Promises and Have Others Do the

Podcast: Trust & Accountability

Walking the Talk's Founder Carolyn Taylor was this week's guest on The Recruiting Future Podcast discussing trust and accountability. 

Accountability@work book

We are delighted to announce that Carolyn Taylor's new book, Accountability@work: How to Make and Keep Promises and Have Others Do the

A new look and feel for Walking the Talk

Today we launched a new brand look and feel for Walking the Talk.

Podcast: Setting the ambition

Turning your pursuit into action is given more urgency with an ambition. In this episode, Carolyn describes different types of ambition

Podcast: External Orientation

An external orientation is essential to truly pursue excellence, because it is only by going beyond what is familiar to you that you

Podcast: Pursuit of excellence series

Pursuing excellence should be such a natural thing to do with a team of people, and yet it can be remarkably elusive amongst the

Video: Astro's Culture Journey

Watch Walking the Talk's Amanda Fajak in conversation with Gavin Baxter, Astro’s Human Resources Director. Amanda and Gavin discuss

The mindsets and patterns of behaviour that support AI adoption (Video)

Businesses that pay early attention to encouraging the mindsets and patterns of behaviour that support AI adoption will have improved

Is your culture supporting or hindering digital transformation?

Walking the Talk’s solutionTo successfully transform in a digital world, businesses need to have certain cultural attributes that are

Digital Transformation: The AI leader of tomorrow is a connected leader

What kind of leaders will be shaped by, and will be successful in, the AI world? What we heard in our research is that leaders’ way of

The Digital/AI leader of tomorrow is a connected leader

For Walking the Talk’s latest research into cultures for Digital and Artificial Intelligence, we interviewed numerous leaders from many

Digital Transformation: Empowerment is your key to the kingdom

Companies that led successful Digital Transformations realised that they had to empower their employees to be successful in the new

Exploding digitally enabled technologies – survive or thrive ?

C-Suite CHRO recently discussed, as pandemic year of 2020 nears to end, how they fared with exploding digitally-enabled technologies.

Podcast: Special Edition - Paula Harraca, ArcelorMittal, on top team buy in

In this episode of the Walking Your Talk podcast, special guest Paula Harraca, Head of People & Innovation at Arcelor Mittal Long in

Empowerment: Key success factor of successful digital transformations

One of the key cultural attributes of successful digital transformations, which we identified in our recent research on Culture for

Having and holding to clear and aligned principles is critical for success.

Digital Transformation provides the opportunity to create a seamless experience end to end across customers, across products, across

How has your organisation’s purpose shifted or changed in 2020?

How has your organisation’s purpose shifted or changed in the pandemic year of 2020, that saw an exponential rise of digitalisation at

Digital Transformation: It's the whole that matters

To succeed in the AI-powered world, you not only need to be connected, you also need to embrace the greater good for the business and

What is the purpose of the physical workplace experience in 2021?

What is the purpose of the “physical workplace experience in 2021 and beyond? Here is what Australia’s C Suite CHRO’s think.

The 3 key 'must-haves' for faster digital transformation and being AI-ready

Walking the Talk's Lorraine Farah explains what Australia’s C-Suite CHRO’s see as the 3 key 'must-haves' as they move faster towards

Podcast: Cultural readiness for the transformations AI will drive

Walking the Talk's Amanda Fajak recently joined Matt Adler on the Recruiting Future podcast to discuss some of the findings from our

A root cause of significant cultural resistance

Walking the Talk's Jerome Parisse-Brassens explains that a root cause of significant cultural resistance is managers and employees using

Creating a digital transformation vision that lifts and inspires

Digital Transformation and AI are more often than not associated with negative outcomes for employees – cost cutting, automation, job

Digital Transformation: A vision to create meaning

Digital Transformation without a clear vision and purpose often ends up in a simple digitalisation process, with manual processes

Digital Transformation: What got you here won’t get you there

A reality we all face is that today is different from yesterday and tomorrow will be different from today. What is becoming increasingly

Podcast: Prioritisation Series

The latest episode of Carolyn Taylor's Walking Your Talk Podcast on Prioritisation is now available on all podcast channels.

In an AI world transparency increases because barriers are brought down

In this video, Walking the Talk's Jerome Parisse-Brassens why in an AI world transparency increases because barriers are brought down

In an AI-empowered world, maintaining control is going to be even harder

Walking the Talk's Jerome Parisse-Brassens explains why in an AI-empowered world, maintaining control is going to be even harder because

Digital Transformation & AI: What got you here won't get you there

One of the many challenges for organisations is that the shift to widespread adoption of AI can have consequences in both a reduction in

Tips for placing humans at the centre of AI and Digital Transformation

It would be easy to approach Digital Transformation and AI with primarily a technology lens. However, what we have learned from business

Culture for AI: The human needs to be placed at the centre

Walking the Talk’s research on the kind of culture required for successful AI implementation has revealed that to be successful, the

The significant shift we are seeing in culture today (Video)

The significant shift we are seeing in culture today is not a shift away from a focus on achievement and results – this has to remain

Humans need to be at the centre of ai (Video)

In this video, Walking the Talk's Jerome Parisse-Brassens shares one of the key findings from our 2020 research report ‘Is your culture

Why is your digital transformation stalling?

In this video, Walking the Talk's Amanda Fajak explains why organisations can find that their digital transformations are stalling. 

Is your business culture AI ready? (Video)

In this video, Walking the Talk's Jerome Parisse-Brassens shares some of the key findings from our 2020 research report ‘Is your culture

Is your culture AI-ready?

At Walking the Talk, we believe that to be successful in an AI-powered world, businesses will need to have certain cultural attributes,

Our latest poll indicates higher confidence in innovation and autonomy

Results from our latest COVID-19 pandemic polls focus on how the crisis may have changed our ways of doing things for the long term. A

Our latest poll indicates an increase in Caring and Collaboration

Results from our latest COVID-19 pandemic polls show that Caring and Collaboration are the two culture attributes that have increased

Our first culture poll during the crisis shows positive culture shifts

As we learn from the world’s biggest behavioural experiment, the results of our poll this week, show that the current crisis has been a

Your values are on show. What you do now matters.

I love Café Nero. I like the strong Italian coffee blend, the friendly staff, the fact I have an app on my phone and its so easy to get

The culture leader of tomorrow

I am seeing a significant shift in organisational culture in response to the VUCA world we live it and the coming-of-age of Digital and

Matching words and deeds

Read Walking the Talk's founder Carolyn Taylor and Executive Director Amanda Fajak recent interview with Implenia's Employee Magazine

Patterns of an agile culture

There are four distinctive patterns of behaviour of an agile culture – customer-centricity, self-direction, experimentation and

Cracking the agile code

There’s a big difference between implementing an Agile process and having an agile culture.Watch our video to help crack the agile

How to influence your culture (positively)

Carolyn Taylor, Walking the Talk's Founder and Executive Chair, recently shared some inspirational ideas at the IWFM Conference in

The Danger Zone: When Leaders Lose Sight of their impact

When accusatory, emotive and vitriolic language is used by people in power, red warning lights go on all over the place and sirens blare.

Improving Accountability in your organisation

Walking the Talk's Founder Carolyn Taylor explains some of the tips to improve accountability within your organisation.  

Creating an agile culture for your organisation

After ten years of implementation of Agile by organisations around the world, I’m only seeing mitigated success.  Agile takes its roots

What are the key shifts to create an agile culture?

Creating an agile culture involves fundamentally rethinking how you run your organisation and most organisations that we spoke to in our

What does it mean to create an agile culture?

For many, Agile is associated with the technology part of your business or one or two pockets in your organisation. It is often thought

Why should you consider agile for your organisation?

Our ability and desire to change as humans, has driven an extraordinary rate of change in particular over the past 10 years.  Think of

Download Research Report on Agile Culture

Walking the Talk is excited to announce the release of our 2019 research report on agile culture.

Carolyn Taylor launches Walking Your Talk podcast

The Walking Your Talk podcast (links below) is a personal development journey for listeners on authenticity, courage and leadership,

2 great books for inspiring commercial achievement

An achievement approach can add value to a company by enabling it to differentiate itself from competitors who do not offer the same

4 great books for inspiring learning

Thinking about the future? Looking for a new mindset? Want to adopt a new approach? Want to solve problems better?  Here are 4 of

How to influence leaders culture is more than a 'nice to have'

Maintaining a strong link to the business and having tangible measures of your company's progress will transform your culture.     

5 great books for inspiring the pursuit of excellence

Thinking about the future? Looking for a new mindset? Want to adopt a new approach? Want to solve problems better?  Here are 5 of

The difference of being 'Above or below the line'

When things start to go wrong, it's natural for us to react. But in every situation, there is an external and a controllable driver - we

Carolyn Taylor on keeping things simple

Does your organisation suffer from over complexity? Learn about how a leader's approach to simplicity can change things. 

7 great books for inspiring continuous Improvement

Thinking about the future? Looking for a new mindset? Want to adopt a new approach? Want to solve problems better?  Here are 7 of

8 great books for inspiring giving and receiving feedback

Are you looking to shift your company values? Here are 8 of Walking the Talk’s recommended books on giving and receiving feedback

How Agile thinking could avoid a crisis

Whether you voted leave or remain, 80% of us now agree that Brexit is a shambles. There are much smarter people than me reflecting on

Carolyn Taylor on Fear of Failure

Learn how to remove fear of failure from yourself and your organisation.

7 great books for inspiring constructive challenge

Thinking about the future? Looking for a new mindset? Want to adopt a new approach? Want to solve problems better?  Here are 7 of

Can a speak up culture prevent business issues?

In the wake of the Royal Commission and its investigation of banks, financial services and now disability and aged care organisations in

What success factors do you need for cultural transformation?

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6 great books for inspiring future thinking - collaboration

Thinking about the future? Looking for a new mindset? Want to adopt a new approach? Want to solve problems better? 

How do you build a foundation of trust?

Walking the Talk Executive Director Amanda Fajak explains how you build a foundation of trust.

7 great books for inspiring business generosity

Are you looking to shift your company values and be more giving? Here are 7 of Walking the Talk’s recommended books on corporate

Jerome Parisse-Brassens asks "What are you measuring?"

Transforming an organisation's corporate culture can seem as a difficult task, so it's important to know what it is you're measuring

Four key factors for achieving culture results fast

We all know that changing an organisation’s culture is a long-term game, but a common challenge we hear from clients is how to

What are organisational culture archetypes?

There are six cultural archetypes that can be found in every organisation. What are those archetypes, and what roles do they play in

7 great books for inspiring focus

Here are 7 of Walking the Talk's recommended reads for inspiring focus. 

What are the traps to avoid when creating an agile culture?

Are you looking to create an agile culture for your organisation? Walking the Talk Executive Director Amanda Fajak explains 3 things to

7 great books for inspiring simplicity

Here are 7 of Walking the Talk's recommended simplicity reads. 

How to develop your leaders as role models

We’re pleased to invite you to watch highlights of our recent webinar to learn more about leading culture. Watch Amanda Fajak, Jerome

Carolyn Taylors talks Engagement

Learn why the relationship between culture and engagement is so important.

Developing leaders as powerful agents of change

The influence of leaders on organisational culture is strong. The shadow that leaders cast into their organisations means that the

The key shifts you need to create an agile culture

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2 great books for inspiring risk optimisation

Here are 2 of Walking the Talk's recommended risk optimisation reads. 

What does working at the B-level mean?

Learn more about the people responsible for communicating problems and recommendations to the next  level of management.

5 great books for inspiring problem solving with customers

Here are 5 of Walking the Talk's recommended problem solving with customers reads. 

Amanda Fajak asks "Why do you want to measure culture?"

Transforming an organisation's corporate culture can seem as a difficult task, so it's important to know what it is you're measuring

Video: The difference between culture and engagement

Executive Director Amanda Fajak explains why you shouldn't get culture confused with engagement.

3 great books for inspiring empathy with customers

A customer-centric approach can add value to a company by enabling it to differentiate itself from competitors who do not offer the same

7 great books for responsibility & ownership

Thinking about the future? Looking for a new mindset? Want to adopt a new approach? Want to solve problems better?  Here are 7 of

What are the key elements for a culture plan?

What are the key elements that you need to think about when building your culture plan?  Walking the Talk Executive Director Jerome

3 great books for being market driven

A customer-centric approach can add value to a company by enabling it to differentiate itself from competitors who do not offer the same

Video: What tools can you use to assess culture?

Choosing an efficient tool depends on why you want to assess your culture - Jerome Parisse-Brassens discusses two core tools involved in

Lion Air Disaster: A Classic Case of Achievement Overused

On October 29, Lion Air’s Flight 610 hurtled nose-first into Indonesian waters at more than 640 km/h with 189 people on board just

Using a survey to describe your culture

Executive Director Jerome Parisse-Brassens explains why a behavioural tool such as a survey is useful for describing your company's culture.

Why is assessing culture critical?

Executive Director Jerome Parisse-Brassens delves deeper into one of the first steps of the culture transformation process.  {%

How Walking the Talk's tools can assess your culture

Jerome Parisse-Brassens explores how two main tools are efficient for assessing your company's culture. 

Understanding why your culture is the way it is

Learn why having a methodology that is qualitative is crucial for understanding your organisation's culture.  

Creating an agile culture

Agile culture is about continually finding ways to improve your organisation's approach. Walking the Talk Executive Director Amanda Fajak

6 great books for inspiring openness

Looking for more effective ways to create one-team? The secret is to have shared openness! Here are 3 of Walking the Talk's recommended

What tools should you use to assess your culture?

Corporate culture has now become one of the key pillars on the transformation agenda of most businesses. This is because many

Culture assessment - Case study

Our client, from the entertainment industry, is experiencing strong growth following a number of mergers and acquisitions. They are

Cognitive and emotional cultures

Cognitive and emotional cultures I often get asked about the difference between cognitive and emotional cultures. Here is my take on it.

Watch Carolyn Taylor explain the importance of Empowerment

Empowering individuals to create the desired outcomes can positively impact the bottom line.Watch Walking the Talk Founder and Executive

What are the sources that create culture?

Learn about the three sources of messages in the organisation that contribute to the creation of culture. And how to shift them.{%

5 great books for inspiring holding to account approach

Here are 5 of Walking the Talk's books for inspiring holding to account approach. 

Four things leaders can do to improve psychological safety

Creating an environment where people can feel psychologically safe and can speak up is fast becoming one of the main topics of

3 great books for risk orientation

Here are 3 of Walking the Talk's recommended risk orientation reads. 

The difference between influence and hierarchy

Executive Director Amanda Fajak explains why a formal hierarchy doesn't always equal influence.

MUFG Culture Transformation Case Study

Walking the Talk recently hosted a Culture Clinic in London, where Angus MacGregor, HR Head in EMEA and Securities Internationally at

Who are your organisation's legends?

We use a great exercise in one our training programs in which participants select and then rank their own values.  The ranking process

How do you define culture and change it?

Learn about Walking the Talk's working definition of culture, and how, by using this definition, you can make culture do-able.

3 great books for inspiring responsiveness to customers

A customer-centric approach can add value to a company by enabling it to differentiate itself from competitors who do not offer the same

Identify the lynchpin of your culture

Have you ever played Rubik’s cube or any magic cube? They seem to have made a comeback with more complicated arrangements and sizes. I

3 great books for inspiring shared commitment

Looking for more effective ways to create one-team? The secret is to have shared commitment orientation! Here are 3 of Walking the

Symbols – small changes, big wins: A GM example of how to empower

I am constantly talking to clients about the power changing a few key symbols can have in building momentum for culture change. Symbols

How long does it really take to change your culture?

I have been on a pilgrimage of sorts over the past few weeks, retracing the events of the Hungarian revolution in 1956. My father was a

Global or local culture plan? How to decide

When helping businesses develop healthy, fit-for-purpose cultures, I often get asked whether the organisation should develop a

Engagement "obsession" hampering workplace culture efforts

When employers are too focused on measuring employee engagement, deliberate workplace culture strategies tend to fall by the wayside.

How culture improves team management

In Europe, there's a lot of valuable focus on "talent management". Yesterday I asked a client for his definition of talent management,

How to build a culture plan from scratch

Building a culture plan sits at the core of how you transform organisational cultures. Without a plan, it’s like shooting in the dark:

Hot off the press: Tipping point shrinks to 25%

 At Walking the Talk, we are passionate about continuing to evolve our thinking on culture. We are always scanning the latest research

8 great books for inspiring innovation

Are you looking to shift your company values and be more giving? Here are 8 of Walking the Talk’s recommended books on innovation.

What is the role of HR in culture change?

Recently I spoke to a large group of HR people, and the question came up again, "What is the role of HR in culture change?" This is the

How you spend your time speaks louder than your words

None of us feel we have enough time. It’s a finite resource, and it forces us to make choices. Those choices send signals about what we

Highlights from the HRD Summit Europe

Walking the Talk recently attended the HRD Summit in Amsterdam, where Executive Directors Jerome Parisse-Brassens and Amanda Fajak

Future impact of AI on culture

Walking the Talk are pleased to announce the release of our latest White Paper 'Future impact of AI on `culture', written and researched

How to refresh your organisation's culture efforts

"Refresh"Yesterday I had a conversation with an OD manager who used this word to describe his organisation"s goal in relation to their

The crisis legacy in organisational culture

This article appears in and is reproduced with the permission of Brazil's leading financial newspaper Valor Econōmico, from the original

10 great books on success and achievement

Discover what it takes to achieve your unique definition of success. Here are 10 of Walking the Talk's recommended books on success and

The 5 most influential factors on culture

I am often asked for a summary of what I find are the 5 factors which most influence culture.

The role of measurement in culture and behaviour change

As the role of culture is better understood, everyone wants to measure and understand the impact of culture change and the behaviours

Culture as a Management Practice

On February 27th Walking the Talk in Brazil hosted a breakfast session with Walking the Talk co-founder and Executive Chair Carolyn

4 great books for inspiring proactivity with customers

Looking for more effective ways to create customer confidence? The secret is to have proactive customer service! Here are 4 of Walking

6 great books for inspiring customer-centricity

A customer-centric approach can add value to a company by enabling it to differentiate itself from competitors who do not offer the same

4 characteristics of the most successful teams

We’ve all been part of great teams and not-so-great teams. But have you ever stopped to think at what makes a team great or not? Here’s

How to turn your employees into brand advocates

Twenty years ago, branding was still new and organisations were reluctant to spend any money on it. Today, every organisation has a

The top 2 reasons why employees leave

Staff turnover is healthy. You want new blood, new thinking, new approaches to make your business better and richer. But at the same

The masks that leaders wear at work

Joseph Campbell once wrote ‘The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are’. What a profound yet simple set of words that seem somehow

Letting go of power is not easy. . . but you should give it a try

I was only a teenager when I first read the question ‘what would I do if I weren’t afraid’. I was young and uncertain with all the angst

8 of the best books to help empower others

Looking to change your thinking? Searching for the special something inside you?  Builds trust and allows decisions to be made by those

10 great books for inspiring future thinking

Thinking about the future? Looking for a new mindset? Want to adopt a new approach? Want to solve problems better?  Here are 10 of

Walking the Talk goes from strength to strength

 Walking the Talk is pleased to announce the appointment of our new CEO, Chris Pierce-Cooke, as our co-founder Carolyn Taylor proudly

10 most popular articles on culture change of 2017

2017 has been a busy year for Walking the Talk, as more and more people and organisations realise the importance of culture in the

10 best mindfulness books to inspire you

The acknowledgement of the power of mindfulness is becoming increasingly more commonplace in the workplace, with the likes of Google

How to build a business case for culture

Culture is a word that is on everyone’s lips at the moment, but often not for the right reasons; such as when a well-known brand was

5 questions every leader should ask themselves

Are you a great leader? Ask yourself the following questions, because they will not only improve your leadership impact, but also allow

What do you need to do to get culture on the strategic agenda?

Getting culture onto the strategic agenda is usually a function of 3 conditions.

The 5 key ingredients of successful culture change

If changing your culture were as simple as waving a magic wand, the world would be full of perfectly run organisations with ecstatic

What are people saying about culture measurement?

How to measure culture is becoming one of the most discussed topics on culture, in part in response to regulatory pressure to ensure

How to foster an innovation culture

One of the buzzwords that keep coming back in my discussions with clients and colleagues is innovation. Every organisation wants to be

How to Accelerate Culture Change Across the Organisation

One of the most commonly asked questions in my work on culture is how long will the change take? When will we have the culture we need?

How to discover the corporate culture of your next employer

It’s happened to many of us: we go through a recruitment process, have one or several interviews, ask about the organisation and work

The CFO: Your organisation's secret weapon for culture change

HR has always appeared to be the natural home for the mechanics of leading culture change. In recent years, however, I’ve observed

Culture Change: Reads of the week 20.09

Discover how to turn the cynicism in your organisation into a force for good, how to deal with those employees that aren't progressing

The art of positive role modelling

If you are a parent, you know that it is important to be a role model for your children, meaning that you need to behave in the same way

Are your brand values holding you back?

Almost every organisation has some statement of what they stand for, usually in the form of a mission statement, or a list of values

The key to influencing behaviour in the workplace

Behaviour is at the core of organisational culture, so it should come as no surprise that influencing the behaviour of others is a

How to measure behaviour change

One of the most difficult and interesting questions that we at Walking the Talk get asked by our clients is how to measure behaviour

The common mistake organisations make when measuring culture

At Walking the Talk, we often get asked, ‘what’s the best way to measure culture?’

Culture Change: Reads of the week 02.08

From the top 10 things that effect employee engagement, to how you can shift your culture in order to increase innovation and

Leadership shadow: Driving culture leadership

What is culture leadership? You may have heard the phrase “Culture is led from the top”. It means that the impact of top leaders on

Why leaders are responsible for the actions of their teams

Respondents to our recent Managing Behaviours survey showed that there is a collective belief amongst leaders, employees, consumers and

Culture Change: Reads of the week 12.07

Read the latest Culture Change blog to gain insights into how your organisation can prepare for the future of the workplace, how to

Your key to staff engagement may not sit where you think…

Are you in one of the following situations?

Behaviours in the Workplace: Where does responsibility lie?

Our Managing Behaviours in the Workplace research report is now available to download. Based on original research with over 700 leaders,

Behaviours at work: What to do if you're feeling disengaged

Disengagement is quite common in organisations and it can affect anyone. Sometimes it is temporary, sometimes it is permanent.

Culture Management in a Virtual Team

With more and more organisations giving employees the opportunity to work remotely each year, one of the topics I am frequently asked

The Unseen Force That’s Shaping Your Culture Every Day

There’s a silent power within your organisation that’s quietly moulding the patterns of behaviour that will determine your culture. A

Culture Management: A systemic view of culture for leaders

Leaders do not operate in a vacuum. They operate in an ecosystem that influences everything they do. Understanding how the ecosystem

What does it take to out-think the competition?

Every day, faced with the same sets of data about their external environment, competitors make different decisions. These decisions will

Managing behaviours: How to change the behaviour of your staff

Do you actively manage the behaviour of your employees? Can you say, hand on heart, that you have put things in place in the business to

Culture management: How agile are you?

When I ask teams of executives if they can identify the business imperatives for culture in their organisation, one thing that is often

Culture Transformation: How to work out what’s in it for YOU

Most of the posts on our blog focus on the benefits for the corporation of investing in culture. This time let's think about ourselves

Culture Change: Getting culture on the strategic agenda

The argument for culture to have a key position on the strategic agenda has never been more compelling.

Culture Management: Creating a culture for safety

At Walking the Talk, we love making explanations and definitions as simple as possible. As such, we define culture as ‘the patterns of

Culture Change: Reads of the week 01.03

Welcome to our latest 'Culture Change' blog, where you'll find links to the latest culture news and insights. Read for insights on what

Culture transformation: Can we really change our habits at work?

Growing new habits and forming new behaviours isn’t easy, and often requires support.

Managing Behaviour: How to create a speak-up culture

In a recent article by FT journalist Robert Armstrong on the Volkswagen scandal, he stated that “we have to assume something went wrong

Culture change: The importance of being hopeful

The new year hasn’t been quite as fresh and refreshing as it usually is. Watching what is taking place in global politics – particularly

Merger communication: Lessons from the trenches

When top executives are asked about lessons learned following a merger, acquisition or business sale, more often than not they say they

The importance of being open: Culture leadership in an M&A

One of the most important characteristics of healthy leadership is openness. It sits alongside responsibility and being values-led as

Culture leadership: '2016 - the year Brazil should never forget.'

2016 was quite a year. Here in Brazil, there have been many comments over the last few weeks along the lines of “is 2016 over yet?” and

Cultural Change in the FCA, PRA and Bank of England

I was lucky enough today to attend the launch of New City Agenda's latest report, on Cultural Change in the FCA, PRA and Bank of England

Brexit and culture: What if the EU were a company?

I’m fascinated by the behaviours of people. What we can learn from observing them–especially in organisations. And so I found myself

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