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Culture Change: Reads of the week 15.06

[fa icon="calendar"] 15-Jun-2017 18:21:04 / by Amanda Fajak

Read our latest Culture Change blog for all the latest news and views on the world of organisational culture. This week's edition contains insight into how great leaders can mend a broken culture and the day-to-day behaviours that can change your business, as well as the results of our Managing Behaviours survey.

Read our latest Culture Change blog for all the latest news and views on the world of organisational culture. This week's edition contains insight into how great leaders can mend a broken culture and the day-to-day behaviours that can change your business, as well as the results of our Managing Behaviours survey.

 

How Top Companies Live and Breathe Their Culture Everyday

How Top Companies Live and Breathe Their Culture Everyday

This article contains practical advice from a number of leaders of top companies in the US, each of who shares their advice on how to drive a thriving culture through their everyday actions. Culture gets created in the day-to-day, how act and the decisions you have to make on a regular basis are the outward manifestation of what’s really valued by your organisation.

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How Great Leaders Transform A Broken Culture

How Great Leaders Transform A Broken Culture

Many leaders, old and new, say that they want to change or transform the culture of their organisation, but nothing truly changes as they do not walk their talk. It takes three years to make a serious and measurable shift in your culture, and a lot of work in between. So what does it take to be one of the successful ones? This article shares a practical example of how truly great leaders can make a difference to culture, and how they can demonstrate their authenticity along the way.

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Culture, not pay, motivates marketers to move jobs

Culture, not pay, motivates marketers to move jobs

According to research by recruiting firm Hays, workplace culture is the key thing that attracts marketing professionals to an organisation, and also retaining them. Whilst the survey was sector-specific, it demonstrates the necessity for businesses to assess their existing culture, to be able to explain it during interviews and to sustain it if they wish to keep the best talent.

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