Video: Implementing and achieving measurable outcomes through culture and strategy | Webinar

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Watch Cora Béghin, Vice President of Learning and Development at Sage, discuss how with Walking the Talk they identified key patterns of behavior to unlock success within their organisation and how they were able to increase pace and commitment across the organisation to deliver strategic priorities.

 

One of the most prevalent issues seen in designing a company culture is the lack of clarity about what culture is – and isn’t. Culture is the patterns of behavior that are encouraged, discouraged, or tolerated, by people and systems, over time. To successfully develop and manage any company’s culture you need to measure and monitor your culture as you would do with any other aspect of your business.
 
In this webinar recording Amanda Fajak, Executive Director of Walking the Talk, is also joined by industry leaders Bob Weiler, Managing Partner at Brimstone Consulting Group; and John J. Keller, Managing Director at ZRG Partners’ Technology Practice.

When you define your culture strategy you need to have an understanding of where you are, where you want to be, and the journey you’ll need to take to get there.

Topics discussed include:

●Assessing your culture.

●Defining your target culture.

● Increasing Accountability to generate pace, reliability, agility and empowerment
 

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