Joseph Campbell once wrote ‘The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are’. What a profound yet simple set of words that seem somehow so difficult to achieve.
I was only a teenager when I first read the question ‘what would I do if I weren’t afraid’. I was young and uncertain with all the angst of being young and not knowing my place in the world. I was filled naively with a confidence that when I grew up that I would become fearless as I would somehow have all the answers – or at least enough of them to be bold.
Recent political events have reminded me of a saying that I often use; "the only thing we can predict about people is that people are unpredictable". You may be wondering what I mean by this…
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.