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Leading Culture eBook

[fa icon="calendar'] 10-Oct-2018 12:42:38 / by Walking the Talk posted in Leading culture, Team culture, Corporate culture, Culture change, Culture management, Leadership

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Walking the Talk are pleased to announce the release of our latest eBook on Leading Culture

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3 great books for inspiring shared commitment

[fa icon="calendar'] 05-Oct-2018 11:07:50 / by Walking the Talk posted in Business books, Leadership, Innovation, Customer-Centric

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Looking for more effective ways to create one-team? The secret is to have shared commitment orientation!

Here are 3 of Walking the Talk's recommended books to inspire shared commitment orientation. 

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

[fa icon="calendar'] 12-Sep-2018 06:45:00 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Empowerment, Psychology, Symbols

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I am constantly talking to clients about the power changing a few key symbols can have in building momentum for culture change. Symbols reflect those small decisions that on their own don’t seem significant but in the context of how your organisation operates send a big message.

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To get at culture, we need to dig deep

[fa icon="calendar'] 27-Aug-2018 10:54:00 / by May Lee posted in Engagement, Be Do Have, Behaviour, Values

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Engagement is based on what we have and do; Culture is what we have, do and BE.

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Busting the myth: How long does it really take to change your culture?

[fa icon="calendar'] 23-Aug-2018 06:08:00 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Culture change, Amanda Fajak, Role models, Leadership, Leading culture

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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 revolutionary and we had a very emotional time reliving the rise of communism.  One of the things that struck me is how quickly communism took hold in the late 1940s and how deeply it became entrenched. It made me ponder on a question that I am asked regularly… ‘how long will it take for us to change our culture?’ 

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