10 most popular articles on culture change of 2017

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

As ever, our blog has continued to offer valuable insights into culture transformation.  To finish off the year, we've rounded up some of the most popular posts penned by our culture change experts. 

Culture Change: Getting culture on the strategic agendaCulture 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.


 

 

How to measure behaviour change

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 change.

 

 

Managing behaviours: How to change the behaviour of your staff

 

 

 Managing behaviours: How to change the behaviour of your staff

Do you actively manage the behaviour of your employees? Are you clear on how you can influence the behaviour of others above or below you? If not, this article may provide you with some answers.

 

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

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

Discover why your CFO may be the member of your executive team that holds the most true influence over culture change in your organisation.

 

 

 

How to build a business case for cultureHow 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 found to lack integrity and has lied to its clients, or maybe has treated its employees unfairly.


The 5 key ingredients of succesful culture change

The 5 key ingredients of successful culture change

Culture is the manifestation of what is really valued and therefore change commands time and dedication. While there may not be a magic wand, there are 5 secrets ingredients that can ensure your cultural transformation efforts succeed.

 

Culture Management: Creating a culture for safety

Culture Management: Creating a culture for safety

Regional Director Latin America Humberto Branco explains the wider beneficial impact that a safety-first culture can have on an organisation.

 

 

 

Influencing Behaviours: Why leaders are responsible for the actions of their teams

Influencing Behaviours: Why leaders are responsible for the actions of their teams

The power inherent in a leader’s position amplifies the impact of the messages that they send, meaning that small acts are given amplified status. Do you know the impact this has on your workplace?

 

How to discover the corporate culture of your next employer

How to discover the corporate culture of your next employer

 If you discover that the corporate culture of your new job is nothing like it was painted to be during the recruitment process, then it's likely that two things went wrong along the way.

 

  

The common mistake organisations make when measuring culture. . . and how to avoid it

The common mistake organisations make when measuring culture. . . and how to avoid it

The power inherent in a leader’s position amplifies the impact of the messages that they send, meaning that small acts are given amplified status. Do you know the impact this has on your workplace? 

 

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