Client case study webinar: Arqiva

Walking the Talk

Join us on Wednesday, April 26th at GMT 15.00 / CET 16.00 / EST 11.00 for a special webinar. Amanda Fajak, Executive Director of Walking the Talk, will host our client Arqiva, as they share their journey to evolve a company with a long and successful history into the future, in large part, by developing their culture.

Arqiva is at the heart of the broadcast and utilities sectors in the UK and abroad, providing critical data, network and communications services. They work in partnership with their customers – major broadcasters and utilities like the BBC, ITV, Sky, Viacom CBS, Al Jazeera, Global Radio, Bauer, Thames Water and Anglian Water – to meet everyone’s demand for information, content and entertainment and enabling a switched-on world to flow.

Register now for this interactive webinar, where we will be joined by Shuja Khan (CEO), Sarah Jane Crabtree (Chief People Officer), and Dominic Biles (Head of Organisational Development) to discuss:

•    What made the Executive Team think “we need to work on culture”
•    Why they believe culture is so critical to successful strategy execution
•    Tangible business outcomes they believe culture is helping to unlock
•    The most important lessons they are learning along the way 


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